Preferably depart right in the morning at about 8-9 ish. It’s a long ride to the village but the scenic pleasures are worth it.
Make sure you take your tour agency’s vehicle right till the end spot as you will have to change vehicle once the terrain gets tricky.
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Arrival at Narayani Mata Temple
Upon arrival, later in the journey, you will reach the Narayani Mata Temple. Here you will change your vehicles and stop for fantastic views. But don’t get so comfortable…Fasten your seat belts and hold your hearts as the trip from here will get bumpy and loaded with off-roading pleasures.
To be honest, the village is just 3 km uphill from this pit stop. But due to the terrain, it will be 30 full minutes of adrenaline pump. We aren’t complaining, are you?
About Narayani Mata Temple
Narayani Mata temple is the site of a holy spring en-route to Rusirani. It’s been templified as it is an unusual source of water in a semi-desert land. A perfect example of how God works in mysterious ways! Stop here for freshening up and clicking some jarring shots.
Arrival at Rusirani Village
Reach Rusirani, the ideal place to experience every charm of rural tourism in India. The culture here is around every nook and cranny and within every beautiful little household.
This place is not special but distinct, which is why people love it. It is so real… So simple… Just like life, minimalistic and fun.
As soon as you step into the village, the warm smiles of the villagers greet you.
These extremely friendly peeps will open up their homes and hearts to you. They will pose for your cameras, and share laughs and giggle while trying to converse with you.
Tired much? Then, take a sip of their tea or refreshing drink and forget about your tiring journey. Frankly, we bet it would already be gone by seeing the bright faces here but if in case there remains any tiredness; the drink will help you cope up with it.
Enjoy the village’s entourage. Believe us; just loitering around and seeing them live a life that’s hundreds of years behind the city life is amazeballs.
Once you are in their households, doing everything that pleases you is apparently the best way to go.
Join the ladies for a cooking lesson, learn how to use a chulha, eat, drink and dance to their absolutely awe-striking music.
Fancy something different? Then try their hookahs (a single multi-stemmed instrument for vaporizing) and flavored tobacco called shisha. Do you know what’s even greater? That you can use their homemade tobacco too!
Longing to buy some souvenirs? Then, visit the local market for some cutesy handicrafts and regional tokens. And, if you are in no mood for taking any efforts, just soak in the ambiance and cultural ecstasies.
As a cherry on top, Rusirani is home to amazing sightseeing experiences too. One of which will take you to a 9th century temple amid the canopy of lush green trees.
Neelkanth Temple, the abode of the destroyer, Lord Shiva is among those few sights in Rusirani that are worth your time after the superb cultural immersion.
Lurk around the temple, click a photo or two and call it a day!
Once you are done indulging with the locals and conversing with them heart to heart, you will depart with some sweet memories and a pagdi (Rajasthani Headgear)