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I recently finished my fifth semester of engineering (why is this taking so long?), and I really needed to catch a break. This is why I decided to visit a beautiful place called Rajasthan in India for a week.
Rajasthan is a northern Indian state and has numerous mesmerizing palaces and forts. The state is very cold during winters and very hot during summers. I, personally am visiting Rajasthan in one of the coldest months the state has to offer and I am really excited.
I am going to visit Udaipur and capital Jaipur, also known as ‘Pink city’ over the duration of 8 days.
Here is a list of all the things I am carrying
A LOT of warm clothes. (As I mentioned earlier, it is going to be EXTREMELY cold up there in the month of January.)
Some emergency food.
Cash. (A few places in nearby villages, or even some parts of the cities generally don’t accept cards.)
Water. (Always make sure you have water in your bag while traveling)
A diary and a pen. (I always like to jot down details I like about the places I visit. I am kinda old school when it comes to that.)
A torch. (I would recommend always carrying torches while traveling, especially in cities and villages in India. There can be unscheduled power cuts.)
Pepper spray. (Do I really need to explain this one?)
I guess that’s all the things I am going to carry. I am staying in Udaipur for 3 days, Jaipur for 3 days and rest of the two days, I’d like to keep for impromptu visits to places the locals recommend. I will keep you updated on this journey to this beautiful place.
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