Walking Trails Of India
‘Every street has its own story. No person can explore all the phenomena that India has to offer in a single lifetime’
As the sunlight catches the Pink city and the sky turns pink, the morning bells around the temples start buzzing, while the bustling lanes stay quiet, the fresh air is filled with ginger and cardamom essence while the local chai being prepared in every house and on the local street thelas.
Located among the Aravali Hills of Rajasthan lays Jaipur, or more commonly known as The Pink City of India. With ancient Rajputana essence in every street and lane of the city, the spiritual temples have a great hold on the local jaipurites and the local spiritual tours in Jaipur cannot be missed when on a trip to Rajasthan.
India is truly a place to be explored on foot. With children playing on the streets, small shops giving the essence of the locality or the old cities of Rajasthan, India is never less of surprises.
Undoubtedly, the indian streets is where the spirit of India lies. With families gathered together on the porch in the evenings, having Chai with each other, while children playing their favorite sport of cricket, India is truly a place where any stranger may feel like a home.
The bond created with the locals, while living like a true indian is what the travellers cherish the most throughout their lives, after visiting India. Be it scouting the offbeat places, deep somewhere in the remains of the old cities, or looking over the panoramic views of Himalays through the streets and mountains of Leh, India is every hiker’s paradise.
The perfect blend of Hinduism and Islam can be seen through a heritage walks of Srinagar. Experiencing the old charms of the the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar is the perfect place to experience the ethereal landscapes, unique houseboats, while exploring the cultural essence of the city. Traditionally dressed men and women, in the bustling bazaars, burnt bricks with the rick warm color, with the traditional backdrop of many mosques and shrines is what lingers on in the minds of travellers.
Other than that, some of the most exquisite Hindu and Jain temples, deep into the heritage streets of Ahmedabad, while mesmerising the local Fafda-Jalebi, while feeding birds on the local chabutaras-as said in the local language- a walk through the old quarter while observing the old architecture, will leave you speechless.
Outside of these ancient feels, lies the local fashion, that dates back to the Indus Valley Civilisation. Made of local Khadi, having the very basic yet classic feels to it, Indian attires are paving their way throughout the world in the current times. And this all can be experienced on the walking trails of the indian fashion streets, all over the country.
It is rightly said, that the culture of a country is determined by its food, and there are not enough words to describe the feeling of Indian Food. Made with the local blend of spices, having innumearble medicinal values, yet providing mouth watering taste to the local delicacies, this is something that cannot be missed while on your trip to India.
Rich in tradition, history, culture, food and fashion everyone knows that the walking tours of India is something that has no competition to it.