Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Unseen Rajasthan-Wild Life Rajasthan

Today i am sharing some Royal Animals of Rajasthan.These animals play a very Major Role in the Life of Indians.

Elephant Ready for Polo.

Camel
Horse
Buffalo
Goat
Image Source:Google

95 comments:

Olivier said...

belle série avec les animaux. Le chameau est très beau.
nice series with the animals. The camel is very nice.

fufu said...

wow...nice...
riding horse is better than camel... yeah i had such experience when i was travelling in inner mongolia, china =p

but buffalo?? lol pair of it's horn caught my eyes

ladyviral said...

why is the camel so decorated? o_o

I never ode on camels or elephants even! Aiyar... I feel outdated...

Tinsie said...

Nice photos - I'm scared of all of these animals!

Kcalpesh said...

Wow, the first pic really looks royal! And It's creative to paint a buffalo's horns that blue... :-)

Prospero said...

All the animals and ornamentation are beautiful. I like the last shot best. Those window openings are captivating.

Andresa said...

Good Morning
my friend

Beatfull horse.

kiss
Andresa

Clytie said...

I agree with Prospero. Those windows in the last picture fascinate me. How thick the walls are!!! It makes me wonder what kind of building the goat is residing against.

Beautiful animal pictures. Are they decorated like this all the time? Or just for special occasions?

Lois said...

They are all beautiful!

Luciana P. said...

Belas imagens...
Muito interessante o seu blog.


Beijos e uma ótima quarta pra ti!

James said...

Wonderful pictures of animals that I rarely get to see.

madcobug said...

They sure have some of them decorated really pretty. The horse and the last animal pictured are beautiful. Helen

richard said...

I remembered the buffalos of my grandparents, they scared me when i was very young. The last pic is special.

Ñoco Le Bolo said...

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… con la mirada atenta…

Veru nice shots.

... saludos desde CR & LMA
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JM said...

I love this post! All photos are great but I especially like the last composition. Fantastic!

claude said...

Beautiful animals. The camel is very elegant!!!!

exposemaximum said...

I loved the last image very much.

Shell Sherree said...

What beauties! And I didn't know elephants played polo. :)

Eva said...

i love horses so much~!
too bad i missed horse riding in my Langkawi Trip~ ^^

yyam said...

Wow! That camel is certainly well-accessorized! I know about the importance of elephants in your culture...what role does the camel play?

divsi said...

all pix are fit to be picture postcards:) luuuvvved the last one:))
n the polo one reminds me of umaid bhavan, jodhpur..all the pics there...:)

netuno artes said...

very liked this its postagem, taste animal them, think that to live to the contact with them in a farm or small farm it must very be rewarding, I do not know if it would have courage in mounting in an elephant, therefore I have fear of heights…,
a great one I hug of its Brazilian friend,
I hug beyond of the sea,
I hug netuniano

sorry my bad English , I use a translator of the Google

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Meu amigo, lhe agradeço pelas palavras de incentivo, feco feliz quando as pessoas gostam do meu trabalho.
Gostei muito desta sua postagem, gosto dos animais, penso que viver ao contato com eles em uma fazenda ou sítio deva ser muito gratificante, não sei se teria coragem em montar em um elefante, pois tenho medo de alturas . . . , um grande abraço de seu amigo brasileiro,
abraço de além mar,
abraço netuniano


perdoe meu péssimo Ingles, é que utilizo um tradutor do Google

Valter Montani said...

My friend,

Thanks! the photos are amazing, congratulations! have a nice day

Regina said...

Hi Bharat these are fantasctic!

RuneE said...

Photographically speaking, that last picture won hands down. A pearl of a composition.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

UR: Those are really neat animal shots, I love the decoration on the top two. That is very fancy ware.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful, very well covered.

Check out King's Balance, Hampi

Janie said...

Beautiful photos of noble animals. The elephant really looks festive -- but my favorite is the horse, of course.

altadenahiker said...

Gorgeous pictures. I'm curious about a couple of things: Aren't elephants too slow for polo? And do you know what kind of horse that is -- I'm guessing some sort of warm blood.

I think it's lovely the way India reveres their animals.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hello---Great pictures of your animals. That camel is really all decorated... WOW--love those colors.
Betsy

Pietro said...

Very fine sequence with the animals. It's amazing to see the elephants ready for polo. Beautiful the decorated and colorful camel and, I agree with Prospero, the last shot is really interesting, with those attractive windows.

Tammie Lee said...

Such colorful and wonderful photos!
Spirithelpers

José Ramón said...

Very interesting pictures. Creativity and imagination from pictures of Jose Ramon Thanks for the comments
Greetings

SandyCarlson said...

The decorations on some of these guys is wonderful. They are all exciting to see.

Carmem said...

As fotos são fantásticas!... Minha preferida é a do cavalo!... Espetacular!...
Belíssimo animal...

Beijo

neide said...

What a great shot my friend. If only one walk in this beautiful elephant.

Always welcome to my home.

Bjsss

SJ said...

the camel must be heavy!

ps you're invited to comment on my post too =)

RENATA MARIA PARREIRA CORDEIRO said...

Liked very much Rajasthan-wild life, photos and words. Both are very nice!
Thanks for sharing, my friend!
Renata Cordeiro

tossan® said...

Taste very of animals, these are beautiful as all its photos. Wonderful!!!

Babli said...

I enjoyed your post very much as I was remembering elephant ride, camel ride and horse ride in various places. 1 hour camel ride in desert at the time of sunset at Jaisalmer was amazing. Excellent post with beautiful and gorgeous pictures especially of the elephant and camel.

Splendid Little Stars said...

how picturesque! great photos!

Cris said...

I like this series.... Very beatiful photos!!!!!! Congratulations :)

Ratty said...

Excellent pictures. All of them are very colorful.

Ai Shiang said...

Wow and double wow! The colours are so vibrant! Did you enhance the colors? They are simply stunning.

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful series of pictures!These animals are very interesting!
Léia :)

Diane AZ said...

Interesting post. With or without decoration, all of the animals are beautiful. My favorite is the buffalo.

Carver said...

Great sequence of photographs. You photographed the animals so well.

foongpc said...

I have never sat on the elephant, horse or camel before! The buffalo is scary especially if they charge at you with their horns! Haha!

Lucy said...

Beautiful photos you have. Yes those photos were very old. I was probably about 4 and that would make my sister around 8. so they have to be around 76 or 77 years old. Thanks for visiting the blog of an old lady's life.

Rusted Wings said...

Thank you for your kind comments and for giving me a window into your peaceful, beautiful world!
blessings,
abigail

Lady Di Tn said...

These photos are great. Thanks for sharing. Peace

Silver said...

Fascinating pics!

~Silver

sorry for visiting you so late. So glad to be here. Great, great blog!

George said...

I enjoyed your pictures of the animals. The costumes of the elephant and camel are certainly regal.

walk2write said...

You always have such interesting things to show us, Bharat! The blue horns of the buffalo remind me of an American tall tale--Paul Bunyan and his blue ox Babe. I'd love to know the stories behind those elaborate decorations.

Mama Zen said...

Elephants are used for polo? I didn't know that!

AB said...

I really like the last shot of the goat and the wonderfully shaped windows.

Rush said...

awesome...i loved the pics..this has really been unseen for me!!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

How wonderful to see these animals in their wonderful settings!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I think my favorite one is the goat.

R.Ferrari said...

Belos registros de animais.

:: flyingstars :: said...

simply beautifully captured shots....lovely view of the wildlife!

Sofia Carvalho said...

Grande série de fotografias! Adorei ver;) beijinhos

Fernando Santos (Chana) said...

Caro amigo, bela serie de fotos de lindos animais...Espectacular....
Um abraço

ricardo emilio bianco said...

cuando entro a tu blog aumenta la fascinación por la cultura de tu pueblo. El año que viene intentaré viajar por allí y me pondré en contacto

Leo Mandoki, Jr. said...

beutiful pics...your visit in my blog was a big surprise for me...but was nice..thanks a lot...im curious...are you indian? do you speak portuguese?
bye!

♥ ♥ Eu said...

Beautiful photos and thanks for stopping.
Do you speak portuguese?

kisses

mundo azul said...

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...suas fotos são lindas!

Parabéns!


Voltarei sempre, aqui...


Beijos de luz e um domingo feliz!!!

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Caçador said...

Thank you for your visit and commet.
I like your's pictures too, in this case, particularly the goat one.

Cheers

Elizabeth said...

I was in Jaipur in March.
What a beautiful and amazing city.

Cristiana Fonseca said...

Hello, thanks for stopping by.
I visited your blog, your photos are gorgeous, are beautiful, your country is very beautiful and rich culture.
I am delighted with the images I saw, I'm pretty sure that would work in graphite, the reaultados SRIA of optimal design in pencil.
Congratulations on the excellent work

Cristiana


Obrigada pela visita ao ,meu blog.
Estou encantada com o teu belo trabalho, teu blog é muito lindo e vc tem razão estas imagens ficaraim simplesmente divinas em desenhos a grafite.
Parabéns pelo belo trabalho.

Meu inglês não é muito bom, perdoe -me pelos erros.

Sarah Laurence said...

I love these animal photos - the goat image especially. It is well composed and humorous - the goat has such unexpected dignity.

Thanks for your kind words on my blog.

Desnuda said...

Beautiful and majestic images.They delight. Thanks!

Marcos Campos said...

Hi Bharat!!
Your blog its so nice!
You have a beautiful places and a beautiful country, that i want to meet some day!
Thanks for the visit, you are always welcome!
Stay well!

ShySongbird said...

How lovely to see these images and I love the decorations, all so colourful, thank you for showing them to us :)

jen laceda said...

would love to see elephant polo!a

Jacob said...

What a wonderful post! You show your animals very well - great beauty and colors. It reminds me of the old saying: "Treat your animals well and they will treat you well."

Well, I think that's an old saying. But then, again, I could have just made it up.

Have a great day!

amatamari© said...

Oh we can not live without them!
Thanks for the beautiful photo series!
And what a sparkling camel!
:-)

HELENA AFONSO said...

NAMASTe BHARAT, as a photographer and traveler I enjoyed very much your blog and will come more times, I do have some pictures of India, my favourite country, in my own blog, have a look,
happy sunday, HELENA

Anya said...

Amazing colorful shots :))))

Ane said...

I love animals!Kisses!

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi:)

Greetings:)

I loved the photo of elephants participating in the polo game. Amazing.

Joseph

Talon said...

Beautiful photographs! The colours on the elephant's costume (is that the right word?) is amazing!

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Lynn said...

Lovely photos, Bharat! I particularly like the notion that polo is played there atop elephants.

Brigitte said...

Que de très très belles photos

Elizabeth Bradley said...

Love the animal pictures.

Regina said...

Camel is cool. Wonderful shots!

lissa said...

wonderful pics, it's almost like I am there

just so you know (you left this link in the comment) your www.unseenrajasthan.com/ link isn't working yet, I guess it's still in the process of being change, I know when I created my domain for one of my blogs, it took awhile before the address starts to redirect to the blog

Kilauea Poetry said...

Each of these are fantastic. Of course the camel but the rider and the coloring on the last one..really different?? The buffalo shot is neat..his horns are perfect too! Very proud looking fellow.
Aloha to you-

Ayie said...

i prefer also a horse ride than camel or maybe just because i never tried it before.

Oz Girl said...

What a regal and beautiful horse! And I too love that last shot of the goat; the building it lays against is quite interesting.

EcoRover said...

Great working livestock pics! They give a real sense of the culture.

Vagabonde said...

The camel has a beautiful head and his decorations look great on him. The horse also is a superb animal that would look good in an art painting.

Tiago Ralha said...

The Photo of the goat is stunning!!! Great shots...

MyMaracas said...

That goat photo is really striking.

Beautiful horse - it has the face of an Arabian, the body of a thoroughbred, and pinto markings. I've never seen anything like it.