Namaste Jaipur

The crazy holiday season is to blame for my tardiness but I figure I should finish sharing our trip to India that I took back in October. (Sheesh, where does the time go?) If you missed the earlier installments, read all about our first few days in Delhi and our stop in Agra.

So without further ado, here are some snapshots from beautiful Jaipur.
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Jaipur was the most colorful and visually striking spots we visited. A beautiful scene and master craftsman seemed to be at work around every corner. This city had centuries of history to share as well but I found the views of everyday life to be its most interesting tourist attraction. Just as I was getting used to darting through traffic and averting the curious stares, it was time to pack up again and head back to Delhi for our final days of the trip. More on that in the next and last India post.


24 comments:

  1. Eighttreestreet9:04 AM

    What a beautiful trip, the photographs are amazing, seems not only you had fanstastic time, but also had a great opportunity  to see lovely designs.  Love the photo of the bangles, how gorgeous are the colors.  Always excited to read your blog! 

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  2. Seriously amazing. Your photos always blow me away and make me want to hop on the next plane!!

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  3. Beautiful images!  Love that shot of the bangles!  The bright, colorful pictures are so striking interspersed with the more monochrome shots.  Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Heading to India in a month - first time there. Your photos are stunning.

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  5. Jessica9:43 AM

    Heading to India in a month - first time there. Your photos are stunning.

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  6. Lynett11:23 AM

    Amazing pictures...I am dying to go to India! The colors are spectacular!

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  7. cptnrin11:29 AM

    Jaipur looks like an incredible place, these photos are amazing! Thank you for sharing!!

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  8. MrsLimestone12:06 PM

    Thanks. Have a great time!

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  9. Leigh Profit3:46 PM

    Your photographs are jaw dropping!  I love the one of the stall with all of the colored beads (? - is that what they are). 

    www.bmoreloveleigh.blogspot.com

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  10. robynpurdie4:51 PM

    amazing! especially love the shoe seller in his shop!
    puts my photos of Ethiopia to shame!
    I loved Jaipur and would go back in a second!

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  11. How amazing! What great design inspiration. I would love to go there one day.

    Kristy
    www.idesignlove.com

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  12. These photos are pure amazement. They look like something out of a professional book depicting India and it's culture. Incredible trip you seem to have gotten to take. thanks for sharing it all with us.

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  13. Jessica2:31 AM

    I visited Jaipur when I was 9 years old, now I am 28 but still remember many incidents )( camel back rides, elephant ride, peacock dancing in a magnificent palace)... I still have a gorgeous handbag that I got from there. One of my fav places.

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  14. So many amazing images - I cannot get over all of those bangles!

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  15. MrsLimestone9:27 AM

    And they were so cheap too! I loved shopping there.

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  16. your photograps are amazing-the colours are so vibrant! I've always wanted to visit India, this just makes me want to visit more!

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  17. Sophia Mulliner3:28 PM

    Your photos are breathtaking.  India has been on my short list of places to visit....I'm dying to go now.  Thanks for sharing.

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  18. The colors are amazing Mrs. Limestone, these are Travel + Leisure worthy.  Would love to know what lens you shot with.  I love the photographs of the people, you caught great expressions.

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  19. MrsLimestone6:08 AM

    Thanks! I used a Nikon 18-200 mm f3.6-5.6.

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  20. Christine9:43 AM

    How did you narrow down where you went in India?  Such a huge, fascinating place!  How long were you guys there for?  

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  21. Absolutely breath taking photos! Looks like a trip of a lifetime!

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  22. Well using the city we flew into (we only fly on one airline alliance) and the number of days we had (8), our tour guide suggested a route.  Its essentially the most popular tourist route and I can see why.  A good introduction to India but its a huge country with so much more to see.

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  23. sarah7:32 PM

    would love to win!

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