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On the way to Dholavira we need to go slow and experience the beauty the terrain surrounds with. With the white desert on both the sides, it sure has some of the best views and fauna one can enjoy. We enjoyed the flamingos on the way back to Ahmedabad.
While in Dholavira we did get a chance to visit the Karni post. A BSF (border security post) which has a beach kind of feel overseeing the island. The view feels straight from one of the Hollywood movies.

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Be amused in the town of Nirona

The town of Hodka has many campsites which offers one and all the best of the hospitalities and comfort. We chose to stick to the basics and stayed over at a Village stay. The place is warm and has some of the coolest people running the place. The food is pretty basic and so is the stay but well that is what we were searching for once in a while, aren’t we?

Heading to the town of Nirona can be heavy on the pocket at times. The town of famous for some of its beautiful artwork like the Rogan art. The artwork is straight from Persia and has been practiced for more than 400 years now. It is truly a magical moment seeing the art in the making too.

Besides the family which makes the Rogan art there is one family out there too which copper bells. The family has been doing so for about 5 generations now.

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The Royal Camaraderie

The Royal camaraderie on the Desert. Everyone had joined me for the ride last December to the Rann of Kutch (Desert of Kutch).We were lucky enough to have the camel Regiment around too for an event. I asked them if we could have the photos with them and all the mighty motorcycles to which they were more than happy to help us out for a few minutes.


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Tapkeswari temple – Bhuj

A place called Tapkeshwari, famous for its location which is about 8-10 kms from the city of Bhuj and situated in between the hollow hill near a temple. The place is best enjoyed early in the morning during the sunrise.The hollow mountain and the rawness of the curves in the mountain make it is so very interesting. A shade of pink makes the open cave so very different and makes one wonder of the formation of this wonder.

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Sunsets and moonrise on the move

Some of the shots clicked by some of the participants who had joined me on the motorcycle ride to Kutch which happened in the month of January.

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Salt extractors of India

Agariyas, a hardoworking community in the region of Kutch. They are also known as the Salt extractors of the salt farmers of Kutch. They account for a good 75% of the total salt manufactured in India. Being so hardworking and so very dedicated to their they hard get something out of it.
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