Narrow alleys lead up towards the majestic Mehrangarh Fort, crisscrossing, providing little breathing space for houses on either side. I found this elderly man picking up trash from the steps and alleys leading up to the fort. Must say this is a very difficult job..
Jodhpur streets: Cleaning blues..
Jodhpur Streets: Blue doorways
In the blue city, every niche and corner carved out exquisitely. Of course it has all the ingredients of an organically growing city juggling between the new and old. Narrow lanes with wall painted blue in the old city and the wide city roads lined with modern steel and concrete structures , often with facades showing intricate sandstone designs. HOwever, these old blue buildings seemed very inviting…
Udaipur diaries: A dash of red..
A traditionally dressed up woman waits by the street. She does seem a bit irritated but I assure you it wasn’t beacuse of me, cause I think she hardly noticed me…
Udaipur diaries: Man with a turban
It’s exactly a year since I started with Project 365. How’s that possible if my entry for today says Day 184 you ask? Those of you who have followed the project since day 1, would know that, something is not right. I anyway think my followers deserve an explanation.
Posting a photograph everyday has been tough and many a times my other engagements have got more priority. After starting with the project, the first few months have been exciting and more than often I have ended up with more pictures than I can share at a time! There are no excuses for being inconsistent, but these 365 days have been an incredible learning experience.
So though my project remains to be completed, even after a year has passed, I hope that you will overlook this fact and show the same appreciation, that you have show in the past year, as I continue posting my stories. I am just half way through and hope to complete this journey with you in the next few months!
Udaipur dairies: Blue streets
Most of the city is extremely walkable, streets being narrow and shaded almost throughout the day.