Sunday, January 23, 2011

Padhaaro Mhare Des!

Rajasthan - The Royal Land....Truly!

Inside Jaipur Palace

The state has varied colors. Feels like people here just love colors like crazy! 

Visited Jaipur in last October.

I was there for just one day. It was more like a tourist than a photographer.

Truly a Pink City. Not only for its emblematic Hawa Mahal, but for its Old Jaipur parts. 

There are loads of info you can always find on Internet for this amazingly famous place. So I will not bore you with my textual descriptions. All I have to say is that... I just fell in love with this place. 

Hope you enjoy the images...... and this time its only images!

(Click on the images to view them big)





Inside Amber Fort

A tourist inside the Amber Fort

Inside Jaipur Palace
Inside Hawa Mahal


My dad looking through the window inside Amber Fort


A window inside Amber Fort
Raja's private place, Amber Fort


Various designs on the doors inside Jaipur Palace


Amber Fort


You might have seen hundreds of this kind of image. This is 101th. :)
Hawa Mahal


Amber Fort


At Choki Dani - A must visit place


View on the left of Hawa Mahal


I was moved! But she didn't!


Sometimes it looks like a brick wall 
and 
sometimes as a window!!

One of the several windows inside the Amber Fort. Not many would realize this illusion! People were walking very casually without even noticing it.
I could not resist to capture this.

Cheers,
Ash

7 comments:

Pramod Viswanath said...

Fantastic images Ashwini! Loved the new style write up too! Concise!!

Anush Shetty said...

Love the Hawa Mahal pic

Nagabhushan said...

Photos have come awesome.. as usual.. :-)

Anonymous said...

hey ... was that a stiched panorama ? or u have got the actual lens??

-Binny Jeshan.

Ashwini Kumar Bhat said...

Hay Binny!

Nice to see you here!

That is a stitched panorama of 4 shots.

- Ashwini

ವಿನಯ ಉಡುಪ said...

Super pics.. amazing..

Santosh said...

Outstanding pictures, Ashwin! They're all masterpieces; loved the WHOLE LOT! But my favourites are the honey-comb window pictures. Beautifully done, mate; thanks for sharing! Looks like a must-visit to me!

Santosh