Friday, July 10, 2009

Unseen Rajasthan Special -Village Killa


This Village is known as "Killa" situated on Jaipur-Ajmer highway.This is a very beautiful village and you can see different kind of animals and birds here.This Village belongs to Rajputs-An Indian Caste and they are the owners of this village.They welcome guests in a very traditional manner and you can actually see the real Indian Village Life here.

Old Enterance to village.
Huts
Full View Village
Old Cart
Temple
Rooms

A very peaceful place with lot many of trees and animals.Night stay here is very enjoyable.

65 comments:

Olivier said...

très beau le village, j'aime beaucoup la première photo du village.
very nice the village, I like very much the first photograph of the village.

joo said...

Great place, I would like to visit it one day:)
best regards:)

Prospero said...

It's good to see a traditional village such as Village Killa. The rooms with no doors are striking.

James said...

Thanks for the tour, I really enjoyed it. This place looks very old and historic.

Clytie said...

A beautiful village indeed - one gets the feeling of peace when looking upon it. Thank you for taking us to see it.

R.Ramakrishnan said...

Great photographs of a Rajasthan Village.Rajasthan frequently faces famine or floods or fierce summer heat. Villagers bear the brunt and face tremendous hardships - which makes them so sturdy & resilient.
Amazing how they learn to fight the elements and survive.Rajputs are indded a strong race.

henny said...

I like its name, Killa. Sounds like it's a name you would like to give to your daughter, haha...
Umm, Rajputs, is a caste?

Sean said...

As always an informative post with great pictures!

Regina said...

Enchanting place. Thanks for sharing.
Have a nice weekend Barat.

Carver said...

Great shots of the village. Looks like a good place to visit.

Merisi said...

Thank you for your kind comment on my blog! :-)

I read through several of your posts here, they are very interesting and I have learned a lot about your country. Thank you!

robert said...

Beautiful photography! Hope you are well and might have clicked at the 'tiger' within the latest entry of mine.
The Ψ looks strangly close to the Greek letter called Psi.
Have a nice weekend.

uncleawang said...

Very interesting & nice village:)
Thanks for the visit & sorry for late reply as I'm away but I'm back now..Thanks again & have a wonderful weekend.

Tiago Ralha said...

Nice Village, but, where are the villagers?! :) Good shots

Hilda said...

For someone like me who lives in a very big city, this is absolutely fascinating!

Ai Shiang said...
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Ai Shiang said...

Nice photos! I like the feel of village atmosphere. The rooms look comfy. Any mosquitoes though?

exposemaximum said...

Thanks a lot for sharing these images. Indeed it is a beautiful place.

amatamari© said...

A wonderful place!
Thanks for the series of photos and information!
:-)

Wenche said...

It looks like an interesting village to visit. Is good to be able to visit places where one can find peace and quiet. Thanks for nice comment on my blog!

Rajesh said...

Very nice. Not seen before.

Babli said...

Very nice and beautiful village.Though I have been to Ajmer several times but never noticed such a lovely place.You have taken wonderful photos.The village seems to be very interesting and historic place too.

Kcalpesh said...

Looks like the pople must be really living in peace. Very calm and relaxed life!

NicholeCamarillo.com said...

These photos are really nice.

Photo Cache said...

I enjoy all your posts. The photos are terrific and educational.

kavita said...

As i mentioned in my earlier comments...Rajasthan is in my wish list..Kashmir comes next....thanks for this great post.

B said...

A unique place indeed!

Height of Cruelty

JM said...

I know the road Jaipur- Amber, but I missed this one... :-(

Ayie said...

I bet this belong to those higher class, to have such villa.

Maybe you'll like my other blog http://jifphotojournal.blogspot.com/

it has lots of stories and photos there

Abe Lincoln said...

Most interesting set of photographs for this post. I have enjoyed my visit.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Many gorgeous and interesting photos!

Anvilcloud said...

Another interesting post.

Michele said...

It's neat getting a view such as this... very interesting indeed.

Indrani said...

Great shots, I didn't know about this place.

Mama Zen said...

These are really cool pictures!

Tinsie said...

Is the village inhabited?

George said...

I think it would be very interesting to visit a village like this.

jen laceda said...

I would love a night stay here!

Robin said...

What a fascinating looking place.

indicaspecies said...

I'd like to spend a night there. Do they encourage tourists to do that?

Marie Reed said...

I just love your blog! I always learn the most fascinating things!

Mad Blogger said...

Nice place.. would visit one day for sure!!!

Days and night said...

Nice post..
Thank you for dropping by my blog
I really appreciate your comment.

take care..

-alvond

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Neat little village... I'd love to see this in person.
Betsy

SandyCarlson said...

Very nice, my friend.

Vanessa said...

Great pictures, thanks for sharing!

altadenahiker said...

Is this a monument? People no longer live here, right?

ARUNA said...

hey Bharat, another fantastic piece of work from you......great place yaa!!!!!That was a wonderful tour!!!

Kilauea Poetry said...

Wow, your travel site is awesome! I like the background and over all design! Did you do this?
Thanks for stopping by with your encouragment- Have a great day there-

Pietro said...

What a fine place, so charming and quiet! Beautiful photographs!

Lucy said...

Thank you for the compliment on my blog. Actually happened by accident in a way. You have spectacular pictures.. I have looked in on your site before but never commented.

Maggie May said...

It is a lovely peaceful place.
Thanks for taking us there.

sonia a. mascaro said...

Your blog is just wonderful! Is always a pleasure come here! I learn so much with your posts.

Have a nice week ahead.

Delirius said...

A India encanta-me!
Vou gostar de conhecer atravez dos teus olhos a India "verdadeira"
Gostei do convite.
Obrigada.

Ted said...

Such interesting places you take us! Is it really as peaceful and quiet as it seems?

neide said...

Very nice your blog, and information behind many beautiful photos. Thank you for providing me this trip to a place so interesting. Back.
Thank you for visiting me, check back often.

Nanda Assis said...

lugar exotico.
adorei sua visita.

bjosss...

Wolynski said...

That certainly is a village - you can stay here overnight?

Vrinda said...

Thanx for visiting my blog..never been to Rajastan .would lov to visit..nice blog...

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

UR: That is an unusual place and well past its prime, neat photos.

altadenahiker said...

Have you made plans to catch the solar eclipse?

Mediterranean kiwi said...

it looks kind o fspooky, but i would love to experience it all the same

José Ramón said...

Hello wonderful blog to show those images of a continent with a colorful magic and a special congratulations

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi:)

Many thanks for showing the village of Rajputs. Very interesting. I am aware Rajputs are a warrior tribe in India. They are well known for their bravery.

The photos are lovely and your narration is very interesting.

Have a nice day:)
Joseph

neide said...

Hi my friend

Wanted to see how closely these magnificent places, maybe one day? Meanwhile, I know them through this beautiful area that we can get ... and that always come.

Bjsss