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5 thoughts on “Jaipur Forts: Glory of the Rajput Rulers”

  1. I love the intricate details at Amber Fort, but I also like the fact that there is a well-tended garden at its heart! The fact that you went at the end of the monsoon means you managed to capture the grandeur of these forts with lush green landscapes around them. So beautiful!

    1. Thanks, Bama 🙂 I was surprised to see Jaipur so green. My local guide told me that the Aravalli hills work like a green barrier. Without it the city would be desertified. Might be the reason why the Maharaja chose this site in the first place 🙂

  2. These are all such magnificent buildings, and your photos capture the beauty and grandeur of them wonderfully. I’ve only been to the Amber Fort, and it is indeed most impressive.

    1. Which part of the fort did you like most? I was stroke by the Mirror Palace. I found it’s even more mesmerising than the Mirror Hall in Versailles.

      By the way, how was Australia’s summer? Must be hot right? Looking forward to seeing your posts 🙂

      1. Oh yes, I too was impressed with the Mirror Palace, and the beautiful detailed decoration throughout.
        Australia’s summer is always a wonderful thing. In Canberra it was cooler than usual due to it being a La Niña year, but was still pretty hot. Now we are back in Vancouver and it’s snowing! ❄️❄️😳

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