Category Archives: City palace in Udaipur

Chairs around the world

Take a seat and enjoy the comfort of your chair. Read a book or meditate, enjoy the moment or reflect on your day. Your chair is  your comfort zone. As chairs have so many purposes in every culture and life. … Continue reading

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Windows in India

  Most of those window images were taken in grand palaces of India , Rajasthan. At the “Palace of Winds” in Jaipur. Those windows were built for the princess and women at the palace, who lived an enclosed live in … Continue reading

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Doors and windows of India, Rajasthan

Walking through little alleys and side streets in Rajasthan, seemed  like opening a treasure box. Every morning starting out for a new adventure I had to double check my camera equipment making sure taking two fully charged batteries and two … Continue reading

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Udaipur in Rajasthan….

…..there has been so much said about this beautiful city,  to me it reminded me somehow about Venice in Italy. It is been called the most romantic spot in India, the shimmering Lake Pichola, purple ridges of the wooded Aravali … Continue reading

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