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On to Rajasthan — Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodphur and Jaisalmer

By Sandra Hutchinson

This is the third installment on my blog about the trip I took to northern India in January, 2017. Earlier posts focused on Delhi and visiting Agra (site of the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort). 2,091 more words

Indian Princely State of Banswara

Introduction

Banswara was a princely state situated in the southern most Rajputana province and later became a part of British India. It is bound in the north by Partabarh and Mewar, on the west with by Dungapur and Sunth, in the south by Jhalod, Jhabua and a portion of Petlawad pargana of Indore, in the east by Sailana, Ratlam and Pratabgarh. 1,245 more words

Rajasthan Divas Festival kicked off with grand opening at SMS Stadium Jaipur

‘Rajasthan Festival’ began with a grand cultural extravaganza choreographed by none other than the well-known Director and Playwright, Bhanu Bharti. More than 300 hundred folk artistes from the State and all over the country gave a scintillating performance. 487 more words

Travel And Tourism

Patwa-Ki-Haveli, Jaisalmer

I was advised to hold my breath before I entered a narrow crowded street which looked like buildings falling over each other. But I quickly understood what my guide meant when he warned me about visiting a site that will blow my mind. 835 more words

Travel

Baby Krishanu Sketches

Now here’s another sketch of the baby twin brother. I like the sketch of him looking a little sad. And then there’s him crying

#sketch #drawing #original Story

Patwon Ki Haveli

Located just 400m to the north of Jaisalmer fort and palace, Patwon Ki Haveli is a complex of five separate havelis owned by five brothers, and was the first haveli to be constructed in Jaisalmer. 657 more words

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