I went to Rajasthan last year from a workshop for photojournalism. I felt like I was revisiting all the
cultural aspects of India which are slowly being swallowed by modernity. I felt like I was cradled in the vibrant colors of life. I loved it all.
Situated in western Rajhastan, Jaisalmer is a city where tourists do not tend to venture, but it is a spectacular city, known as the city of the desert. It is a place great to spend a few days and experience desert life, if you are lucky enough you will see remote villages in the desert. The best area to stay is certainly within the fort, in the old city, although the lonely planet recommended not to stay because of the water problems, but I can tell you, there is no problem. The fort is a tremendous place to stay, in addition to its spectacular views there is also a famous desert festival
A small city or a large town, which has not yet been discovered by occidental tourism. It has many attractions including the abandoned Grand Palace, visible from any point in the city. But above all, what makes this place unique is the festival that is held every year in summer, which makes Bundi an important pilgrimage place. The picture was taken in the access to the train station of Bundi, a day before the festival started.
This is a small city or a large town, which has not yet been invaded by Western tourism. It has many attractions including the Grand Palace which is visible anywhere in the city. What makes this place unique is the festival that is held every summer, which makes Bundi in an important pilgrimage. The photo is taken in the access to railway station Bundi.
The roads in India are not measured in kilometres, but in hours. I didn't understand why until I took a bus trip. It took about 4 hours to travel a distance of just 90 kilometres. We had to stop in endless traffic, and there were animals occupying the road. Meanwhile, the traveller receives smiles, looks of amazement and a huge amount of stimuli.
In the desert of Rajasthan one can enjoy the view of the city of Binaker, a city in the "triangle of desert cities", after a hot day in the city by passing the Silk Road. It gave me peace and tranquility and it took me back to the medieval times by a close hill, leaving the chaotic side of India for a few moments with their sacred cows everywhere, its merchants, its colors, its aromas,