Tuesday, February 22, 2011

UNDER RAJASTHAN SKIES: a Photographic Essay

Youngsters mingle at the Pushkar Fair
The Rough Guide to Rajasthan, Delhi & Agra (Rough Guides)

The Ganesh Pol at Amber Palace near Jaipur
Wedding Songs Of Rajasthan
A lady at the Pushkar Mela realizes she is on candid camera
City Palace in Jaipur is the official residence of its Maharaja
Lonely Planet India: Rajasthan
A Naga sadhu (naked mystic) at Pushkar
Danse traditionnelle du Rajasthan (Sindhi sarangi)
Interior of the City Palace Museum in Udaipur
Rajasthan Handbook, 4th: Travel Guide to Rajasthan (Footprint - Handbooks)

Wedding party waiting for a ride to the event in Jaisalmer
India Treasures : An Epic Novel of Rajasthan and Northern India through the Ages
Detail of the Raja's apartments at the Amber Palace
A sweet smile at Pushkar
Rajasthan (India Travel Guides)
The Lake Palace is probably one of the most exquisite hotels in the World.
 It is located in the middle of Lake Pichola in Udaipur
Ambawadi Lagoni
A pensive young girl at Pushkar
Portrait Of Rajasthan: Portrait Of Series
The cheapest way to travel between Bundi and Kota
Nomads near Pokaran. I drove the guy on the right to this desolate village site in the Thar Desert
Rajasthan-Delhi-Agra. An Indo-Muslim Lifestyle
Jaisalmer in the Thar Desert
Rajasthan in India (Silk Road Travel Series)
A warm smile in Pushkar
Rythme Experience
A dhaba or roadside snack on the road to Phalodi
Dhols Of Rajasthan (Dholi)
A weaving artisan and his grand daughter in the Thar Desert
The Rough Guide to Rajasthan, Delhi & Agra
The City Palace museum in Udaipur
Impressions of Rajasthan
Refreshments devoid of Coke or Sprite
It reads "Always drink CHANDAR SODA Ice Cold"
Between Udaipur and Gogunda, a group of people digs a well by hand
Market in Jaisalmer
Thar desert sunset
A convenient store in Udaipur
The Chittorgarh fortress sits on top of a ridge.

A haveli (merchant mansion) facade is intricately carved. All the panels are made of stone
except for the wooden windows

The Wind Palace or Hawa Mahal in Jaipur

Jodhpur is known as the blue city of Rajasthan. Brahmin hindu families paint their dwelling blue.

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