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Suparna Banerjee, October 08, 2010
While Jaisalmer may always have been remote, it is filled with many artistic structures and monuments of local historical importance. Jaisalmer's medieval mud fortress and walled township make it a popular tourist destination. The surrounding desolate landscape evidences a stark, austere beauty. One of the most magnificient attractions is the Jaisalmer Fort known as the "Sonar Kila" due to the yellow stone it was built out of.
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Suparna Banerjee, October 07, 2010
My camel's name is, believe it or not, Michael Jackson. Dry shrubs, parched land, and occasional sand dunes. We cross the well-known ‘Desert National Park', and it is as deserted as the land around. “No rain for the past two years, all the animals have died, wandered away,” say the locals. It is difficult to imagine how life exists in such places. We reach the spot from where we are to begin our camel safari.
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Suparna Banerjee, October 07, 2010
By the time I am done with all the crab shells on my plate, I’d been at it for about two hours. I was stuffed. I barely manage to drag myself to the vallam and off we go. Halfway down the lake, Fisherboy asks for the sardine. He had wanted to take it home to show it off to his grandmom. The sardine? Where did the sardine go?
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