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Witness the strings of guitar, melody of drums with jingle of voices hitting the air hard. @oorjatheband will add in OORJA to Biochrome 2020 - Innovate, Create, Celebrate, get ready to be flown in the musical arena on 21st January, 2020.
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El trabajo infantil es pan de cada día en India y es uno de los aspectos que más me duelen y que más contrastan con la belleza del país.
Este día no necesitábamos un guía, hubiéramos podido ir solos, pero nos dio lástima y decidimos contratarlo.
Su nombre es Ravi, tiene 12 años y trabaja de Guía hace 5. Se sabe el templo de arriba a abajo, no tiene tarifa fija y habla super bien inglés.
Tiene un "jefe" que independientemente del dinero que haga por día le paga solo 100 rupias, o sea menos de 1000 colones.
Le pagamos bastante pero seguimos la mentira de que le pagamos lo mínimo para que pudiera llevar lo mas posible a su madre y darle al jefe lo mínimo, y funcionó!.
Después de nuestro tour fue feliz a comprarse y volar un papelote de 20rupias. Lo que es la pobreza y la inocencia!.
Parte de mi miedo más grande en India es volverme insensible a las cosas que son realidades diarias aquí. Por eso trato de poner siempre en perspectiva y agradecer a Dios lo mucho y lo poquito que tengo
• The beautiful Jal Mahal, holds a special place for me and it is especially beautiful by night. ❤️
Possibly the most serene sight amidst the chaos of Jaipur is the beautiful Jal Mahal Jaipur, the Water Palace. This low-rise symmetrical palace, that once was a shooting lodge for the Maharajah, appears to float in the centre of Sagar Lake. The light sand coloured stone walls of the Jal Mahal Jaipur are at a stark contrast to the deep blue of the waters of the lake, while from the innards of the palace lush foliage sprouts. Tourists who view the Water Palace from the banks of Lake Sagar are often unaware of the technological and design achievements of the ancient palace. Though the palace only appears to be a single story there are actual a further four submerged levels. The solid stone walls hold back millions of litres of water and the special designed lime mortar has prevented water seepage for over 250 years.
It was constructed from pink sandstone and follows the classical Rajput symmetrical style which is found throughout of Rajasthan. Jaipur’s government has made a tremendous effort to improve both the palace and the surrounding lake. Less than 10 years ago the palace was an abandoned ruin with water leaking in while the lake was a foul smelling sewage outlet but today wildlife teems within the lake’s waters as the place is back to its former glory.
The Jal Mahal when translated into English means the Water Palace but the complex was never intended to be used as a palace by Maharaja Madho Singh I. Madho Singh, who constructed the Jal Mahal in 1750, simply wished it to be a lodge for himself and his entourage during his duck hunting parties. Madho’s son Madho Singh II greatly enhanced the Jal Mahal Palace during the 18th century interior of the palace adding the courtyard grounds and much of the exterior as seen today. 💫
14 days in Jaipur, the beautiful pink city 💗
where I met some wonderful people that I believe I can now call friends. I also did my Vipassana here in Jaipur, Vipassana being one of India's most ancient meditation techniques that was rediscovered by Gotama the Buddha more than 2500 years ago. Vipassana means “seeing things as they really are” and is the process of self- purification by self-observation”. It has been an intense physical and emotional journey of self-introspection. 10hrs of meditation a day maintaining noble silence for 10 days, no phone, no books, no writing material, no contact with the fellow meditators, just me with me. It was hard at times but I am happy I did it. Until the end.
In front of me is the water palace #JalMahal in the Pink City of #Jaipur at sunrise. The city was still quiet around this time but there were a lotttttt of cheeky monkeys around 🐒 so hold onto your belongings if you’re planning to watch the sunrise here 🤣
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Taking inspiration from Amer fort to build my very own palace one day. Jk, somebody build me one ✌️I’d probably swing around these pillars all day, grooving to romantic bollywood songs if I ever had corridors like this at home😋 anywho, here’s my last post from the beautiful pink city, an appropriate Pink hued picture highlighting Jaipur’s meticulous architecture. To sum it all up, if you’re visiting India on a cultural trip, drop the metropolitan cities and head straight to the land of royalty, rich heritage, and a series of beautiful sights for sore eyes.
Hoping to take on Jodhpur (the blue city) and Jaisalmer (the living fort) next! .
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Its a perfect mixture of culture, history, beauty and architecture... If you love such places, this wonder is a must... Its a fort that acts like a sort of link between Mauryan Dynasty and the Rajputs... ♥️♥️ World Heritage Site @ chittorgarh fort.
Hawa Mahal's color comes from the red and pink sandstone used to build it, and much of Jaipur, which contributes to the city's nickname: the Pink City. Additionally, in the late 1800's, the city was painted pink to welcome the Prince of Wales (and later Emperor of India), and many of the streets remain pink to this day. There's even a rickshaw company called Pink City Rickshaw Co., but there's more to it than just the color. Pink City Rickshaw Co. is dedicated to teaching women to drive rickshaws. We toured the city with one of the first female drivers to see what it's like. Head to the link in our bio for more. Photo by @liamjbaldock. #afarmag#traveldeeper