Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Sneak Into The Old Balconies Of Ajmer

The first place you want to visit in Ajmer is Dargah Sharif. I, too, was curious about it. However, my curiosity wandered off a little bit and settled on the markets of Ajmer. I found walking through the chaotic lanes more interesting, and in the midst of all the noise and bustle, the old and withered balconies vied for my attention. Of course, my lens was ferociously eager to frame them.

There is something about the old balconies of Ajmer. They say a thousand stories quietly. You need to spend time and gaze at each one of them to take in their aura. For now, get a glimpse of them through my pictures –



Do you like stalking old balconies on your travels?

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18 comments:

  1. You are a pro when it comes to taking photos. These pictures are incredibly taken.

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    1. Thanks Satyaranjan! I just tried my best.

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  2. Amazing captures, Renuka! Loved all the pics.

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  3. wow..this is beautiful..trust me..I checked out each and every balcony art in so detail..wow...Rajasthan is on my wish list..for sure...Great Post dear...Loved it..
    xo, Neha
    http://www.theinstylejournal.com

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  4. Absolutely love old , vintage Windows and you have captured them so well! Loved it:)

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed the pictures. Thanks Divsi!

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  5. Interesting posts Renuka! Beautiful captures!

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  6. Beautiful - this reminds me so much of the walled city of Lahore, and I guess that figures, with the shared history, etc :)

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    1. Nice to hear that! I'd love to visit Lahore someday...

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  7. love the pics. Beautiful, graceful, thanks so much for sharing

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    1. Welcome Andrew :-) Thanks so much for your comment.

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  8. Love this post!

    These balconies really are such great subjects for photography, aren't they?!

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    1. Yes they are! That's why I couldn't resist capturing them. :-)

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