Jodhpur, the less celebrated of Rajasthan’s cities, founded by the lesser known Rathore king: Rao Jodha (at least, lesser lored) in 1497, still holds its own in the extravagant cultural and historic agglomerate, that is Rajasthan. The most famous of the kings who lived… Continue Reading “2 days in Jodhpur for the brave”
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Posted on March 11, 2017
Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India has its characteristic blue- the indigo that reminds me of laundry blue (or neel, as we used to call it in India) that was supposed to make whites bright, but often just turned them blue. It is not the color of… Continue Reading “Havelis of Jodhpur”
Category: Photography, Travelogue, World CultureTags: Blue, Haveli, India, Indigo, Jodhpur, Mehrangarh fort, Old city, Photography, Rajasthan, Street photography
This was in Mehrangarh fort, Jodhpur, Rajasthan. I believe this guy is a closer look at the traditional Rajasthani and their hookah.
Category: Photography, Travelogue, World CultureTags: Asleep, Awake, Hookah, job, Jodhpur, Orange, Photography, Portrait in situ, Posing, Rajasthan, smoking
Posted on February 19, 2017
Mehrangarh fort, Jodhpur. Guards dressed in traditional clothing. He was trying to look like a part of the fort, he did quite well.
Category: Photography, Travelogue, World CultureTags: Colored glass, Forts, India, Jodhpur, Orange, Portrait in situ, Portrait photography, Rajasthan, Travel, WIndows