A prominent feature of Rajasthani architecture are the windows with their characteristic floral silhouette. When visiting monuments in the region, it is hard to resist the temptation of framing the magnificent views with the window. Ah, what a feeling it must have been, living in those palaces! Alas, for women, not a very good one. … Continue reading To reveal, or not to reveal?
I wanted to write about the stereotypical portrayal of Rajasthan - a traditionally attired instrumentalist, strumming his Ravanhatta and playing Raag Maand and perhaps the most popular, and misinterpreted Rajasthani folk song "Kesariya Balam". But I'll shut up this one time, and sit with the Rajput royals and look out for the monsoon clouds atop … Continue reading Welcome view
Khudala House - a beautiful homsetay in Udaipur
From jeans to laptop sleeves. #Photos from a fun #recycling project. Photos edited with @befunky
Hindu monks waiting for alms outside a small, dilapidated temple. Photo taken with Motorola Moto G3. Click / tap on the image to enter my Flickr photostream.
Of Udaipur's many lakes, the Fateh Sagar takes pride of place. While lake Picchola has the exotic lake palaces, Fateh Sagar retains the beautiful backdrop of the Aravalli hills. "Well, you're on vacation, but if you are early risers, I recommend taking a walk along Fateh Sagar. The roads are closed for vehicles till 8 … Continue reading Keeping level