|The patterns of the Thar desert.|
RAJASTHAN, known for its colours, can’t be imagined in ‘black & white’. However, I believe images in black & white exude more character. Well, the photographs that you are going to see here were not really clicked with black & white theme in mind. I usually look for colours when I snap a place. And when it’s Rajasthan, it’s hard to ignore colours. But, when I thought about taking away the hues of these images, I wanted to highlight the feelings behind them – the stillness, the unfading beauty and the uniqueness of culture.
I hope you enjoy Rajasthan without hues.
|Antiques on display in the alleys of Golden Fort, Jaisalmer.|
|Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur|
|Vintage car collection, Udaipur|
|The City Palace premises lit during Diwali.|
|The tired camels rest after the ride.|
|The City Palace and its reflection in Lake Pichola.|
|The alleyway in the Golden Fort, Jaisalmer|
|Gadsisar Lake, Jaisalmer|
|Mehrangarh Fort seen along with the city rooftops, Jodhpur.|
|Lake Palace Hotel|
|The Clock Tower of Jodhpur|
|Mehrangarh Fort seen along its reflection in a pond.|
|The Thar desert and the camels.|
|A traditional Rajasthani man in Nagda, a village near Udaipur.|
|Saas-Bahu Temple in Nagda|
|A busy market in Jodhpur - Look at the little child counting his mother's bangles.|
|The camels are just about to wind up their day as the sun sets.|
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