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Jodhpur

Location:- Jodhpur Rajasthan India

Camera:- Nikon D200
Lens:- Nikon 18~55 and Nikon 55~200 Vr

Jodhpur is the second largest city in the Rajasthan. After its population crossed a million, it has been declared as the second ‘Metropolitan City’ of Rajasthan. 150 more words

Forts

Mehrangarh Fort: A Citadel Above the Blue City of Johdpur.

Another day, another palace. I can get used to this. Before this visit, I have only heard of the Taj Mahal, Amber Fort and Udaipur’s Taj Lake Palace. 390 more words

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Majestic - Even in the night

Guarding in the night

Jodhpur is one of my favourite cities in India. Not only popular with tourists from around the world, but it is immensely popular with Indians as well, recently gaining repute as the most favoured destination wedding and celebration place in India & Rajasthan in particular. 115 more words

Building

Jodhpur Celebrated Medieval Heroes' Sagas with Marwar Festival

Because of various legends that are sung by bards in the folk lore, the heroic sagas of the kings and warriors have become a vital part of the Rajasthani culture. 265 more words

Jodhpur

Dance bar's err... rooms from another era!

Apparently the most wonderfully decorated rooms in the forts and palaces happen to be the rooms where the kings would listen to music… I guess that means where they would sit to watch women dance! 169 more words

Photographs

Architectural Magnificence at Jodhpur

After much waiting, planning (and plotting), the long awaited weekend of Dushera came and knocked on our calendars. This time, I skipped the mountains and went to explore the sandy end of Rajasthan. 669 more words

Photo Story

Of Kings and their subjects!

At many times my naive mind used to wonder, especially when I was not such a keen history student how did some people in the desert become so wealthy, why did their subjects stick around those kings in those deserted plains where growing anything for self was tough, where water was scarce, where the sun was harsh and the terrain unforgiving. 315 more words

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