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The last few days have seen us travel across the Thar desert to Jaiselmer (the Golden City), Jodhpur (the Blue City) and now Udaipur, our final destination, the so called White City.
I think we are getting the idea of Hindu and Jain temples, Mogul forts and palaces, high living by the Maharajas and different messages about the Brits, depending on whether they had succeeded in corrupting aforesaid Maharajas.
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... used to seeing.. but man.. it's filling - may be it helps the rajasthani's cope better with the heat! After this we took a power nap and then headed to the city palace as the entry there closes by 4.30pm!
5. City palace complex itself is quite big and the palace in itself is very big and beautiful. The colorful glass shuttered windows and the patterns made by the play of evening light on them and the innumerable patterned lattice windows is a thing of beauty! The palace ...
... to make us safe. The Taj was everything its known for and my
birthday only saw a few tears shed upon the white marble of the Taj (yes folks
it was scrubbed clean a while back and now no pollution emitting vehicles are
allowed within 500 feet of the immaculate tomb). Its hard getting older, and I
wish it didn’t bother me, but all was made better because a dear friend was
near and even though the rest of the day proved not so serene as ...
... Our horses had been chosen before we arrived and were being groomed and saddled up by the staff. In the mean time we covered ourselves in sun cream and signed permission forms. Clíona was offerrd a tall bay mare, called Dhulika and Miriam a piebald gelding, Dhantaj. Both marwari horses.Stirrups adjusted, girths tightened and we were off with the german owner Viru and her Labrador robin! We were told about our horses characteristics, Clíona's horse was 8 years old, but ...
... we learnt that it was a Hindu celebration for the new full moon. People were lighting candles and sending them out across the water, singing and saying prayers. I don't think of myself as religious, but I certainly felt moved by what I was witnessing and being a part of. We spent the next few days exploring the city and looking at the various tourist attractions. The contrast between the City Palace that hugs the lake where people ...