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The Rajasthan Diaries: Jodhpur

Lanes and by-lanes, branching out like tributaries, cover the length and breadth of Jodhpur. This ancient city is peppered with buildings that are adorned with rich blue hues and red sandstone. 592 more words


24-Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India

Date: Jul 02, 2006
Venue: Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India
Camera: Canon S2IS
Post Processing Software: GIMP

Visited Jodhpur, Rajasthan for an acquintaince’s wedding. It was a grand event. 53 more words


5 Day Black & White Photo Challenge: Fort

This picture was taken at the Mehrangarh Fort located in Rajasthan, India. This fort was built in 1459 and is one of the largest forts in India. 88 more words


Jodhpur, the blue marvel of Rajasthan

When you first arrive in Jodhpur, the Mehrangarh Fort is a perfect starting point as it is overlooking the entire city, offering you a stunning view of both the old, almost entirely blue city, and the newer part, still equally beautiful with its thousands of small houses, where you can observe a large part of the city life taking place on the rooftops. 131 more words


Highway to Rajasthan (Pt-VII) : Jodhpur 'The Blue City'


Road trip: Jaisalmer – Barmer – Jodhpur, 160 kms

Day 5, after loitering around the city for a while and visiting the Gadisar lake in the outskirts of the Jaisalmer city, we headed off to Jodhpur around noon. 746 more words


Vlog: Episode 15 in Jodhpur

When travelling in India, I visited Jodhpur, the Blue City and the gateway to the desert Thar. On this video, I visit the Mehrangarh Fort with my friends but one of them got terribly sick and fainted. 36 more words