The only thing I identified with Jaipur was Hawa Mahal. For me, if it's Hawa Mahal then we are in Jaipur. I was unaware about the forts, the royal family, the history, the shopping, the food or for that matter anything about Jaipur. I just read a lot about it and saw a lot of vlogs before visiting.
So when I saw this mammoth structure from my cab, I was happy. The nervous and hungry me on the first day decided to eat but had no clue where. So there are two cafe's opposite Hawa Mahal and I decided to walk towards the less famous one😂 (courtesy my introvert ass)
Everybody was taking pictures there. The iconic Hawa Mahal in the backdrop. I totally hated it because they kept blocking my view but I secretly wanted the iconic pic too. But again I am so shy and awkward, I didn't ask anybody to take my picture. Also because strangers take the weirdest of pictures and you cannot complain. So I just use to go here for my brunch and watch this beautiful structure next to the mountains.
This building was my home. It gave me the feeling of home and a sense of familiarity. The only known in the city of unknowns. My first meal here just gave me the confidence to begin the journey on that very day. I get super anxious and I was so glad Hawa Mahal calmed my nerves everyday.
Goodness, I so wanted to try the street food but I was so scared to even ask. I remember randomly approaching a street food vendor but I was so scared I ended up buying bottled water😂😂😂 while everyone ate pyaz kachori😂
So the next time you are alone, just go to that place which gives you the feeling of being home. Calm your nerves and kick ass😎
A latticed canopy in the Hawa Mahal palace. Reserved for royal Rajput women who in turn were hidden away from the public eye, spending their lives within the confines of these decorated walls. A good consolation prize. Does Corona warrant the same treatment?! #ceilingartwork#hawamahal#jaipur
The Patrika Gate in Jaipur is a famous monument and tourist attraction in the capital city of Rajasthan. Located 30-minutes outside of the city centre, the gate serves as an entrance to Jawahar Circle Garden. And many believe it to be one of the most photographed spots in all of India.
Palace of Winds.
Hawa Mahal or Palace of Winds
is known so because it unique five-storey exterior is akin to the honeycomb of a beehive with its 953 small windows called jharokhas through which the breeze flows in and keeps the palace cool.
This gigantic architecture standing pale without solid foundation is a mixture of Mughal and Rajputana architectural design.
Shot on: @redmiindia note 7 pro
Could ever be a good frame with a beautiful view and perfect couple ✨☘️
Looking Tour_photographer during Holidays and Trips in India❓
We organise :
🚖 Cab Facility
📸Pictures & Videos
🛍Helps in Shopping
If you have any inquiries, feel free to DM me😊. Let’s come and join us
Email : Hemantveto@gmail.com
Pink Palace in Jaipur❤️ (Hawa Mahal)
India is one of the most memorable countries I’ve ever visited. I got food poisoning which lasted almost 2 weeks, got scammed/ripped off countless times and told myself, “never again” the whole time I was there😭
However, India was where I got to contemplate myself, life and the world I’m living in. I asked myself why which led me to appreciate what I have.
❓What’s the most memorable country you’ve visited?
인도 자이푸르의 핑크 궁전 (하와마할)❤️
인도는 제가 여태까지 가봤던 나라 중 가장 기억에 남는 곳이에요. 식중독에 걸려서 거의 2주간 고생하기도 했고, 셀 수도 없을만큼 많은 사기와 바가지도 당하고, 인도에 있는 내내 “절대 다신 안온다”라고 제 자신한테 되내겼어요😂
극혐(?)이었지만 인도는 제 자신, 삶, 그리고 제가 살고 있는 이 세상에 대해 생각할 수 있는 곳이었어요.
❓여러분의 기억에 가장 남는 나라는 어디인가요?