The quaint village of Chandelao, Rajasthan
Tracing our upcoming spiritual adventure to northwestern India we leave Amritsar in the north and head south back to Delhi and from India’s capital we take an overnight train to Jodhpur, Rajasthan. From here we travel by road another 40kms to the village of Chandelao.
I had the pleasure of spending a day here earlier this year and loved this village. It’s quite typical of a west Rajasthani village with very friendly and hospitable villagers.
During my visit I was the guest of Mr. Praduman Singh the owner of Chandelao Garh. his family has lived here for many generations and it was nice to spend time with him to hear about the history of the place. Photos of Chandelao Garh courtesy of Mr. Pradhuman Singh.
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