Udaipur is one of Rajasthan’s most picturesque destinations – a beautiful ancient city surrounding tranquil lakes. It was a nice way to cap off my trip to this Indian state.
A photo tour of Jodhpur’s main bazaar, a fun and vibrant market sitting at the base of the Mehrangarh Fort in this historic city.
The Indian state of Rajasthan is full of old forts and palaces, but Jodhpur’s Mehrangarh Fort is truly one of the most spectacular.
Fireworks, a marching band, electric lights, and dancing in the streets. This is baraat – an Indian wedding parade!
I make a hearty attempt at cramming in all the major tourist highlights of Jaipur in a single, action-packed day.
Diarrhea and India go together like rice and curry. “Delhi Belly” is nearly inevitable on a prolonged trip to the subcontinent, and I succumbed early on, suffering from a serious case in Agra.
After visiting the Taj Mahal, I headed over to the nearby Agra Fort, where the Mughal emperors ruled their kingdom for hundreds of years.
I catch the train from Delhi to Agra to check out the world-famous Taj Mahal. Hoping to beat the crowds, I wake up early in the morning and watch the sunrise over this beautiful monument built as an everlasting memorial to love and God.
Congratulations to Passports and Pamplemousse – the winner of Travel Photo Roulette #62. We received some truly breathtaking entries, but this one from Mt. Riga, Switzerland was something special.
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