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Pushkar – Camel Fair

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The Photo Story – Pushkar Camel Fair

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‘The photo story’ is one of my first projects on travel photography.
The project is about the stories of people and places captured in a set of pictures.
Born and brought up in Rajasthan, there couldn’t be a better place for me to start the project with, Pushkar.
Engulfed in Aravali Hills, it’s a small town near Ajmer (120 Km from Jaipur) which I visited during the very famous Camel fair.
Pushkar is one of the 5 sacred dhams for devout Hindus and is also known as ‘Tirth Raj'(King of Sacred places in India). It is quite famous around the globe for one of the most famous and biggest Brahma Temples. With 52 bathing Ghats and 400 milky-blue temples, the town often hums with puja (prayers) generating an episodic soundtrack of chanting, drums and gongs, and devotional songs.
And to add, Pushkar is seriously…

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