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Jodhpur

The Blue City

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Classic Rajasthan

We took a taxi from Udaipur (The White City) to Jodhpur (The Blue City). You can see how gorgeous the blue city is with the Jodhpur Fort in the backdrop.
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Because it was right around Diwali, some boys in the street were playing with fire"crackers"
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The entrance way to the market.....it was starting to get crowded....much more crowded than wonderful Udaipur
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The Clocktower in the center of town
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We walked through the market, which was fantastic with its diverse colors
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Classic Rajastani dress: bright colors of reds, oranges, and yellows
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Market Life
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Crowded much...
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Getting a shave right next to the street.. (I love this picture....it totally embodies the busy hustle and bustle of Rajasthan even in the simplicity of a man getting a shave)
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So many of the cows have pounds of plastic in their stomachs, unfortunately, because they eat trash off of the streets
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"Let's Go, Daddy!" (Notice the back of the cow in the background)
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The Blue City life
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Beautiful Blue
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That's one little maharaja :)
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The Fort at Jodhpur
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Persian Arches
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Most of the people who I saw traveling around Rajasthan were in their 50s and 60s. Here is one such cute tour group:
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That's a nice living room
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Ladies in beautiful salwar chemises
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Beautiful courtyard
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Love these flags :)
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Batter Up! Anyone up for a game of cricket? Cause these boys are :)
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Posted by kendallwallace 19:36 Archived in India Tagged jodhpur

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