Friday, November 7, 2014

Jaipur Travel – Photos

In my previous post, I said I am not including any photos of Jaipur.  I assumed that you all either have been to Jaipur or seen a lot of photos from that city.  However, a few blogger friends want to see, at least, a few photos that I have clicked.  So here they are:
 
                                                               Jaipur City Wall
 
 
                                                      Few Photos from City Palace

 
 
 
 
Ganga Jal
 
Birla Mandir at the base of Moti Dungari Hill
 
Few Photos from Hawa Mahal
 
 
 
 
Jal Mahal
 
 
Spitting Fire at Chokhi Dhani
 
 
Dinner at Chokhi Dhani
 
Few Photos from Amber Fort
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

30 comments:

  1. I have all these pictures. It was almost like revisiting my photo gallery. :)

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  2. I had visited Jaipur somewhat one and a half decade or more ago. The views have subsided under those followed.These photographs helped me rewind some the clicks of my mind.Very nice photographs.Thank for sharing them here.

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  3. Loved the architecture, wish I have visited Jaipur while still in India.

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  4. Thanks for your comments Neha. I know you have a large collection in your photo gallery including Jaipur.

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  5. Thanks for your comments Sarala. I am glad these photos brought back some pleasant memories to you.

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  6. Thanks for your comments Rajlakshmi. May be next time when you visit India on vacation.

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  7. The jal mahal is cool. The picture showing the pillars has been taken well. I thought I will see some desert pics too?

    Destination Infinity

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  8. Wow... nice pictures there!!! I loved the hawa mahal, snake charmer and the spitting fire pics the most. :) thanks for posting :)

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  9. lovely! shots! I am so proud of my native place, Rajasthan :D

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  10. I have seen Jaipur, but it is always nice to see from other's eyes

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  11. Yes we have also been to Jaipur, and really enjoyed the trip very much. We also had food at choki Dham, it was very good but too rich. We went during May, when the Taj offers 50% discount in all their hotels in the North.We did the triangle as it is called Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, and we also managed to visit Kajaraho.
    a da good time eating all the roadside stuff in Agra and Delhi, reliving my young long forgotten days.
    In Rajasthan we hired a good taxi fellow, who was very knowledgable and took us to a lot of interesting places other than the usual ones. in fact he also took us to Ajmer to see the dargah and also to Pushkar. It was too good. The inter state trains also were very good.

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  12. Thanks a lot for sharing. I just noticed the names of mahals - hawa... jal and amber... so thoughtfully structured and named... a very colorful city!!!

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  13. utterly gorgeous pics! I loved Mewad more than Marwad.
    Meerabai palace, Chittorgarh - all so rich with history, bravery and epic stories.
    Marwad is more decadent rajahs and palaces turned into hotels.

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  14. Thanks for your comments Rajesh. Jal Mahal is cool. But we are not allowed to go there. Just take a photo from the road. That is all.

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  15. Thanks for your comments Rohini. I am glad you liked these photos.

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  16. Thanks for your comments Ankita. Home sick?

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  17. Thanks for your comments Renu. I am glad you liked these photos.

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  18. Thanks for your comments Rama. I am very happy you had a great time.

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  19. Thanks Satya. Yes, carefully selected names.

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  20. nahh! only craving for kachories! :P

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  21. Nice pictures, SG. There seems to be a lot to see in Jaipur. Did you guys do a lot of shopping too?

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  22. Thanks Ankita for the clarification.

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  23. Thanks for your comments OIW. No we did not do "lot of" shopping. We are here temporarily for 6 months only and then return to San Francisco Bay Area. Don't want to accumulate lot of stuff (spouse is unhappy). You know there is weight limit for air travel.

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  24. Very nice to have a look at your beautiful clicks... :) I have seen photos of few of the places even though I haven't visited Jaipur.

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