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The Tiger Hill Sariska
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Wildlife is something that has so many things which are unexplored by many of us and this is a reason, we keep on chasing the mystery of wildlife. Sariska Wildlife tour is designed in such a way that wildlife enthusiasts can find a great way to pick out the mysteries of nature. It is a short tour which you can enjoy on weekends along with your friends or family. This tour covers famous Sariska National Park which lies between two big Indian cities and features exclusive variety of fauna and flora.
Camel Safari….
Experience the mesmerizing Sands!!!!
Rajasthan attracts tourists for its historical forts, palaces, art and culture as well great deserts and safaris. Camel Safari….. the joy of life!!! is one of the most popular way to experience the deserts of this great country India, for the tourists of the world. The yellowish sandstone is spread all over on the heart of Thar Desert which gives the joy of camel rides, One would love to capture the breath-taking and picturesque views while going for a safari in majestic sands of Thar Sam Sand Dunes. The witnessing of long stretched sands as far as the eyes can go is an unforgettable life time experience
Rajasthani folk dances…
The lurrs n lurs of Rajasthan!!!!
Rajasthan is richly laden with various forms of folk dances which are full of life and are enjoyable by all age group. Rajasthani folk dances are popular round the globe. Some of the Rajasthan’s traditional dance forms are quite different and can only be performed by skilled dancers. The Ghoomar dance from Udaipur and Kalbeliya dance (Sapera or Snake Charmer) of Jaisalmer as well as Kathputli (Puppet) have gained international recognition and are vigorous examples of the traditional Rajasthani culture. These dances are originated from different tribes and were generally used as past time for the Maharajas!
Bonfire….
Illuminated Night in Desert!!!!
A bonfire is used as night celebration in the deserts of Jaisalmer. It is mostly used during winter. The travelers and visitors are seated round the traditional bonfire and they all enjoy Rajasthani Cultural Dance & Music. The Bonfire is made up of passionate independent individuals dedicating their hearts and souls to the events they commit to. There are many spicy and traditional food items associated with Bonfire Night like Famous Daal-Baati-Choorma with Lasoon(Garlic) ki Chatni, Teeporas(Green Chilly vegetable), Lal Maas, black peas and the jacket potatoes are deliciously eaten on Bonfire Night.
Sariska Safari…
Famous Tiger Reserve !!!
A famous National Park in Alwar, Rajasthan,India is situated amidst hills of Aravali Mountain Range.. The forest is full of scrub thorns and has rocky landscape. The park has good number of carnivores and herbivore species. The Tigers of Sariska are largely nocturnal and are not as easily seen as those at Ranthambhore.
Village Visit…
A Social Bondness!!!
"A village is a clustered human settlement or community, larger than a hamlet but smaller than a town, A group of people forms village community only when it begins to reside in a definite locality. Locality is the physical basis of village community. In village people have a sense of “we feeling”. Their relationship is intimate. Their customs, conventions and culture are common. The village people are generally in need of one another’s assistance. There is not enough of individuality disable one from paying attention to another. Hence neighbourers have intimate relations with each other. Villages have strict control and administrative powers over the individual. All the members of the family share the burden of the family occupation. Much attention is directed towards the preservation of the family honor and utmost care is taken to observe and maintain the tradition of the family. People have deep faith in religion. The villagers generally depend on agriculture. They lead a very simple life and want to live in peaceful environment. They are far away from the evils of modern civilization. They are sincere, co-operative, hard-working and hospitable. Village communities are small in size. The census In India designates a place with 5000 inhabitants as a village community. The populations of villages vary from place to place. A group of people forms village community only when it begins to reside in a definite locality. The village people are very conservative. They do not wish to introduce any radical changes. Sir Charles Metcalf once wrote about the conservatism of the Indian villages by saying, “Dynasties tumble down, revolutions succeed revolution, Hindu, pathan, Moghul, Maratha, Sikh, English all the masters change In turn, but the village communities remain the same.”
Horse Riding...
Matter of Balance & Stability!!!
"Near the beginning of the Iron Age, about 800 BC, people in Central Asia began to ride horses more instead of just having them pull wagons. Once some people were riding horses, everybody wanted to do it. On horseback, you could go much faster than anybody had ever gone before If you only go riding for an hour while on vacation you aren't an equestrian, but the person leading the group and riding the flashy horse probably is. An equestrian is an expert horseback rider. Horseback riding is an isometric exercise, which means it uses specific muscles to stay in certain positions, in this case, keeping balance on the horse. This exercise helps with good overall muscle tone and flexibility. Stable Strength: Riding is not the only way this activity gives the body a workout. A rider has to "squeeze" these muscles to stay put in the saddle. The core must also engage to protect the spine and keep the rider upright. The forward, backward, and lateral leg movement are used to cue the horse. Riding horses regularly improves our fitness and strength as well as enhances our Balance & Stability drives to perfect Co-ordination and gives shape to flexibility."
Photography...
Unforgettable moments!!!
"There is a common saying that pictures speak a million words". The landscape of photography has changed drastically in the past hundred years. Photography used to be an expensive hobby. Photography is an art that has been with us for a very long time. Ever since the introduction of the pin hole camera many years ago to advance DSLR cameras. Photography has undergone many transformations and the process is still going on. With time, better photos have been produced because even the technology and equipment in use have changed significantly. The first and most common use of photography is to capture important events for future references. This is a common practice to the point that everyone having an important event wants to include a few pictures to make sure they can look at the photos in the future to refresh their memories of the great events they held. Even before the video systems came into place, photographs were very popular. Major historical moments have been documented by photographs.
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