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Class X Students, Venturing the dunes

Class X Students, Venturing the dunes

 Jaipur-Jodhpur-Jaisalmer Trip

Day-1:

The students of class X were very enthusiastic about the trip and had buckled up for a fun fledged trip. The students arrived by 5 o’clock at the airport where they bid farewell to their parents and the city and adopted a new family temporarily. The students got a warm welcome by the crew members of flight AirAsia I5-1720. 

After reaching Jaipur and a quick fresh up in the airport itself, the students stopped next at the Albert Hall Museum.The Albert hall museum was home to many historical and archaeology objects such as paintings, carpets, great carvings, swords etc. The students were proud to know that all these works were done by ancient men of their nation.

After the fascinating visit to the Albert Hall Museum, the students then witnessed heavy rains of Rajasthan and remembered learning that Rajasthan receives rainfall during October. The students reached the hotel where they enjoyed their Lunch and  saw  the beautiful Jal Mahal. Standing erect in the Man Sagar lake the students enjoyed the picturesque view of the sunset from there.

The students headed for dinner after which they started their long voyage towards Jaisalmer.

Day-2:

On the way to Jaisalmer the students had stopped at Pokhran a place near Jodhpur for breakfast. After which they continued their voyage towards Jaisalmer. On reaching Jaisalmer, the students had Lunch and a short break before they continued the plans set up in the itinerary.

The students were excited about going to the desert camp. The ride on the camel especially in the middle of the desert was truly amazing. After the camel ride students witnessed ethnic Rajasthani dance, Music and also a magic show. The also had the opportunity to taste the authentic Rajasthan’s Navaratna Thali.

Day-3:

After fresh-up and breakfast the students revisited the desert camp in the morning to capture some memorable snaps. After that the students due to security reasons were not able to go to the Jaisalmer fort. After early lunch the students departed from Jaisalmer to reach the blue city Jodhpur. They reached Jodhpur at night where they had dinner and called it a day.

Day-4:

The day started with early breakfast after which the group left to visit Jaswant Thada. The very well carved monument along with the peaceful and calm environment was a stop not to be missed. Later the students got an opportunity to visit the great Mehrangarh Fort. Built by Rao Jodha around 1460, the great arches, well designed structures, beautifully carved windows were truly an early morning treat. The students then visited the Umaid Bhavan Palace Museum which was a house of the present heir of the Rathore dynasty. The museum exhibits stuffed leopards, porcelain and glass ware, miniature paintings, armour and vintage cars. The students felt it was a really impressive.

The students then had lunch and hit the road towards Jaipur. After a while of journey a break was taken at Ajmer for dinner.

Day-5:

After fresh-up and breakfast the group headed towards Amber fort. Built by Raja Man Singh, Amer was the seat of the Kachwaha princes. The huge monument with well designed gateways and passages it was a real good sight to watch.

After lunch the students visited Hawa Mahal where they got the once in life time opportunity to watch sunset. Last but not the least shopping! The most exciting part of the trip for most people. They bought some souvenirs for themselves and a few gifts for their family.

The trip ended with a bash with the DJ night where everyone got to show some of their moves. This was followed by dinner.

Day-6: 

After an early fresh-up the students got ready to get back to their family. Once again the students were warmly welcomed by AirAsia flight I5-1721. The very first step in Bangalore gave the students an essence of home. The students bid farewell to their friends and teachers and reached to their family with unforgettable memories.

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