43 Travel blog from India

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In thoughts…

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Sunrise at the roof top of Hotel Nirvana in Jodhpur.

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Dining area, Hotel Nirvana

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I took pictures for two hotels in India, Hotel Lajwanti in Palanpur and Hotel The Blue House in Jodhpur.
Mural in Hotel The Blue House.

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Decorating the street with coloured powder.

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Like many other places in India, widows get paid a few coins for singing devotional songs in a temple.

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He is sharpening knives and scissors.
People must be inventive to find a way of making money and survive.

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This bent tree stands within the walls of the fort in Jodhpur.

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She is offering water to tourists and hoping to get a few coins in return.

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The fortress in Jodhpur seems to be invincible.

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The Blue City, Jodhpur.

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A well-known landmark in Jodhpur, the clock tower. Can you see the moon?

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The clock tower at sunset.

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Textil business is important in Jodhpur.

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Women digging trenches

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From the little town Mandawa in Shekhawati district, Rajasthan.

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Waiting for customers.

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Stop for water…

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The atrium in Hotel Radhika Haveli. Havelis are mansions or rich tradesmen’s houses in Shekhawati. Many are made into hotels.

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Bedroom in Radhika Haveli.

Sitting area in my room in Radhika Haveli.

Photography is also about selection and omission. This is unfortunately a very common sight in India.

Portrait of old farmer near Palanpor.