Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Unseen Rajasthan Special-Village Resort


Hanuman Temple In Entrance

Lady Selling Blocks for Printing
Magician
Kalbeliya Dancers
Pots on head with Fire
Folk Singers
Puppet Show

Hukka
Indian Stunt on the Rope
Rajasthani Family.


This is Kanchan Kesari Resort.This place is around 2o Kms from Jaipur and you can enjoy the Real Rajasthani Culture here.


116 comments:

Ferreira-Pinto said...

Quite nice!

webruci said...

Very nice picture.
I love to see diferent cultures.
Have a nice week.

Olivier said...

magnifique les photos de spectacle, surtout celle des Kalbeliya Dancers. Bravo

Serena Flor said...

Very nice picture.
Have a nice week.

MyMaracas said...

What an entertaining place that must be. I hope someday to travel, and your blog has caused me to add your beloved country to my wish list of places to go.

charmine. said...

Hi,WOW!This sure is a great place to visit.I must visit this resort.Nice snaps.

Sorry,I was out of town and though I thought of visiting your blog ,it skipped my mind.To answer your question-No,I wasn't in Paris,that picture was taken earlier.Have a nice week.

Jacob said...

An amazing "resort." Are the folks pictured paid entertainer of the resort?

I can see that some of the acts take a lot of skill and probably years and years of practice.

Thanks for sharing!

madcobug said...

Very interesting post. Helen

Rush said...

reminds me of the rajasthani dance we performed while in school...we had a school teacher from there and i absolutely loved her..bought back memories :)

sagitario said...

lindas fotos e musica bem tradicional, gostei de apreciar
obrigada

Vivian said...

...olá menino!

gosto de passear aqui em tua
casa, apreciar costumes e
cultura, onde embora existam
diferenças de raças,
na verdade em amor somos
todos UM!

beijos brasileiros à você!

RENATA MARIA PARREIRA CORDEIRO said...

Hi, my friend!
First of all, I´d like to say I love photos and yours are amazing! Loved Hanuman Temple in Entrance, Lady Selling Blocks for Printing, Pots on head with fire, Folk Singers, Puppet Show, Hukka, Kalbeliya Dancers, Indian Stunt on the Rope, Magician, everything. Everything is gorgeous! Do you know I am a “ Belly dance” and “Dance of Seven Veils” dancer? The seven veil, the “yellow”, is “the” secret of this Dance, and Bathar knows the meaning of “this secret”, I am sure of it.
I did enjoyed your post and now I know a little bit more of the Rajasthani Culture.
Thanks, Bathar!
Best wishes and kisses,
Renata Maria

James said...

Your photos seem to bring us to a place that time forgot. So amazing.

ladyviral said...

What are the blocks for printing?

foongpc said...

Wow! Looks like a great place for entertainment! :)

joo said...

Anothe wonderful post, you do really great job to show your country. Every time I visit your blog I'm sure I'll visit those places one day!
Thanks again for award - I've had a hectic week and haven't pass it to others yet:(
Have a great day! looking forward to another post:)

divsi said...

lovely pix!!!:))
is this like choki dhani??? i ve been there:)) thats also pretty close to jaipur na?

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

All nice photography.

Diane AZ said...

Fascinating colors and entertainment, thanks for the photo tour.

Lynn said...

Great photos, Bharat!

Prospero said...

I think I would have been gathered around the rope stunt. Fascinating.

Ñoco Le Bolo said...

___________________________________________
… con la mirada atenta…

Beautiful shots.

... best regards from CR & LMA
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Tes said...

Amazing show! Lovely items on display! Good shot!

claude said...

I just had a marvellous trip in your area. Very nice !

Thérèse said...

A resort to learn more about your culture: a good idea.
A lady selling printing blocks: do people print at home with these blocks?

Babli said...

Very nice and interesting post with spectacular pictures. Excellent.
Please accept your award from my blog -
http://khanamasala.blogspot.com

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

What a neat look at the entertainment of that area.

Regina said...

Wonderful and awesome post!
Thanks for sharing.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Very interesting post, Raj. People must have enjoyed themselves at the village resort. There was plenty to do there, wasn't there??? Looks like fun!

We are on our way to Hendersonville today to check on G's parents. Then we have company coming tomorrow. Fun Fun!!!!

Have a great weekend.

Betsy

Arkansas Patti said...

Wonderful photo trip. I too have the same thoughts as Jacob.

Pam said...

Wonderful photos of this village resort.

Pietro said...

Very interesting post, with wonderful images. This Resort is really a great place to visit. Thanks for sharing!

Pacey said...

LOve that magician shot, reminds me of the genie in a bottle. :)

altadenahiker said...

Another superb series. I, who can't carry a cup of coffee without spilling, marvel at the balance of those women. You captured the absolute concentration in their eyes.

ShySongbird said...

It must be a wonderful place to visit, I should think the puppet show is fun.

I loved the previous post with all the musical instruments, I love all sorts of music so found your post very interesting.

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Greetings:)

Lovely photos. Gives an interesting insight in to the fascinating culture of Rajasthan. Beautiful presentation.

Have a nice day:)
Joseph

tossan® said...

A beautiful news article with good photos. Congratulations

Ocean Girl said...

Real colorful.

Kilauea Poetry said...

That outdoor scene is pretty cool with the lanterns. Looks like moisture captured in the air behind the dancing girls? Thanks for taking me there..and for stopping by- hope you have a great weekend-

Valter Montani said...

thanks for your visit and coments, have a nice weekend, thanks for sharing the pictures.

SmilingSally said...

Interesting pictures.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Look very interesting. I would love to see some of these things!! :D

valeria said...

Everything seems so exoting and fascinating!

Q said...

Looks to be a wonderful place to visit. So interesting!
Thank you for introducing me to so many fantastic and talented people!
Wow!
Sherry

Talon said...

What really strikes me is the colorful clothes. It looks like it would be a wonderful place to visit. Lovely photos, Bharat!

Agulheta said...

Unseen.
To leave a ray of light and peace in your heart friend.
Kiss of friendship Lisa

Nina P. said...

What a wonderful place to visit. There are so many beautiful places around the wold. India is full of beauty and culture. Someday I would love to visit. Thank you for sharing these with us. Love and Light, Nina P

Carver said...

Wonderful sequence of shots.

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

This was really interesting to see. I bet people really enjoy visiting there!

George said...

This looks like a very special place to visit. I think I would really enjoy seeing it in person, but I do appreciate your photos.

Shell Sherree said...

Yikes, I'd have extra incentive to watch my posture if I had a pot of fire on my head. :) I suspect I'd enjoy those printing blocks. Another lovely tour, UR ~ thank you!

Ana Martins said...

Hello,
taste of Indian culture, beautiful images that help us know a little more of a hospitable and friendly people.

Besos,
Ana Martins

Everson Russo said...

Beautiful pictures, thanks for your visit, have a great weekend ... hugs.

yyam said...

Wow! Such interesting photos...the pots of fire must be hot!

Elizabeth Bradley said...

I love the tight rope walker with all that stuff on top of his head! What a colorful resort.

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Rajasthan is one of the beautiful parts of India. And, you showcase it perfectly :)

Thoseghar Waterfall

Lucy Corrander said...

I think it is very unlikely I will ever be able to visit Rajasthan so this is very tantalising but it would be wonderful to see in real life what you have shown in this post. We have travelling circuses visit our area from time to time with acts from China and Russia. Wouldn't it be wonderful if a show of Rajasthani music and dancing and acrobatics and balance could tour Britain too! Puppets as well!

Lucy

acornmoon said...

I would have loved to have bought some of those blocks for printing!

Chris said...

Thank you for commenting on my Aviemor holiday blog, I've only just checked back and found your comment. Love your blog. I have never been to India, but visited Sri Lanka a few years ago.

Vagabonde said...

Beautiful photos and great text as usual. It is always fun to visit your blog and learn something new.

. intemporal . said...

. very good impressions .

. very good pictures .

. you are special . ever and forever .

. best regards dear friend ,,,

. paulo .

♥ ♥ Eu said...

The photos are beautiful, a kiss for you.

Mo said...

What a lot of very cool stuff

SandyCarlson said...

Those are impressive photos of some impressive performances. Those dancers sure did amaze me.

Joy said...

Love the last picture of your beautiful family.
Everyone I know that has visited India has raved about the trip.
I would love to travel there one day.
If it ever happens I will contact you for the insiders guide. :)

Kcalpesh said...

This is all so enjoyable!

Pixellicious Photos

betchai said...

very interesting set of pictures, thanks for sharing them which made me feel like having taken a tour.

Hilary said...

Always such beautiful, colourful images here.

Lara said...

what else can one say but fascinating? the dancers are amazing!

Mama Zen said...

I can just picture myself trying to balance those pots on my head . . .

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

these are wonderful photos and it looks like such a fun and interesting events and entertainers. I am glad you are enjoying the photos of the slot canyon, plants, and Cliffs on my site. Thanks for your comments! I am learning a lot and trying to become a better photographer.

Luciana P. said...

Olá, Unseen,
Ok?
Adoro vir aqui.
Seu blog é fantástico.
Eu tenho que saber um pouco sobre outro país.
Eu gostei do "índio Stunt na corda."

I like the music!
É lindo!

Kisses, EXCELENTE SEMANA PARA VOCÊ.

Life Ramblings said...

very interesting culture.

AB said...

Amazing traditions

amatamari© said...

Is truly a wonderful and beautiful photo series!
Thanks!

FOTOS-SUSY said...

HI UNSEEN, THE PHOTOS ARE BEAUTIFUL...THANKS FOR YOUR VISIT...HAVE A GREAT DAY!!!
KISS


SUSY

Frank said...

Unbelievable scenes and so well photographed. Your country is magnificent and so rich with heritage and tradition.

Thank you for showing us your world. It is so colorful and fascinating.

I DO appreciate your visits and comments at Tampa Daily Photo.

Chica said...

Very beautiful!chica

netuno artes said...

The chance to visit this space, is the chance of if travelling through these images, congratulations for the photos wonderful, obliged for the incentive,
congratulations
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A oportunidade de visitar este espaço , é a oportunidade de se viajar através destas imagens, parabéns pelas fotos maravilhosas,
obrigado pelo incentivo,
parabéns

Elcio Tuiribepi said...

Hello friend, thanks for your words, a beautiful place that you here in the show.

A hug in the soul ...

Andresa said...

My friend
We always presenting the culture of a wonderful world ...
beautiful images
Parabens

Rafaela Andrade said...

Hi, I thought your blog very nice!I like to know other cultures.
Have a nice week!
www.apenasumpontoesportivo.blogspot.com

RETIRO do ÉDEN said...

Foi uma honra receber sua visita e comentário.

O seu post está muito bonito e apetecível uma visita.

Gostávamos de fazer o mesmo no "Retiro do Éden" (eventos, terapias, festas,divulgação de artes, etc.)é um sonho que continuamos a sonhar!

Forte abraço
Mer e Régis

Marcos Campos said...

hello
photos wallpapers of interesting culture and colorful!
I still know!
Abraço!

Susie said...

You have the most interesting photos and info here.

as arteiras said...

beautiful photos.
good week!
As arteiras

Lis said...

Beautiful pictures!!!

Have a nice week.

Barb said...

Beautiful photo's.
Thank you for the anniversary congrats. I truly appreciated it.

hugs,
Barb

DUAS CARAS said...

Hi, very good!!!
I Iunes love to see diferent culteres.
SWOH DE BOLA

Giselle Costa said...

A beautiful photos.
Have a nice week.

Carina Felice said...

Thanks for tou visit to my blog!
I found wonder photos here!

Namaste/\

Pelos caminhos da vida. said...

Obrigado pela sua visita em meu blog, espero poder contar mais vezes com sua visita.

beijooo.

Pietro said...

Hello friend,
there is an award for you on my blog!

lostworld said...

Have always wanted to visit Rajasthan!! Your blog gave me a nice virtual tour.
Will continue to visit.
Cheers.

Sofia Carvalho said...

Nice shots!!! Lindas as fotos, de uma sensibilidade profunda;)

Tinsie said...

The girls with the pots on their heads look amazing!

:: flyingstars :: said...

lovely shots!

Everson Russo said...

Beautiful post, a lesson in culture, have a great week, hugs friend.

Melanie said...

What amazing entertainments!

Thank you for visiting my blog.

Laurent said...

This is my first visit on your blog and I love it. I had the chance to travel in Rajasthan last year and I am so glad to find your pictures now.
Cheers from Paris !

Xana said...

Muito bonitas as fotos, a vida real em tempo real.Excelent!!

And thanks for your visit in Retalhos
http://retalhos-xana.blogspot.com/

Sill Scaroni said...

Beautiful shots ...

Hello.

Sill

Desnuda said...

These pictures show the beauty and splendor of an ancient culture

Thanks!

PATRICKÍSSIMO said...
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PATRICKÍSSIMO said...

Hello! Either always welcome to the square meter of the arts.

After all, art is life and all life comes of God!

Bye!

Tammie Lee said...

this looks like a wonderful event!

Sandra said...

QUERO AGRADECER IMENSO CARINHO DESTINADO AO BLOG.
SEM A SUA PRESENÇA NADA AQUI SERIA
COMO É BOM TER AMIGOS.
ESTOU BEM MELHOR...AS VEZES PRECISAMOS DAR UM TEMPO. A VIDA CONTINUA E ESPERANÇA TAMBÉM.
SANDRA

Carmem said...

Unseen!...

Que cultura fascinante!...
Fotos lindas e interessantes!

Beijo

Andresa said...

Hi my friend

THANKS FOR YOUR VISIT...HAVE A GREAT DAY!!!

kiss
ANdresa

exposemaximum said...

something, I want to experiment

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Raj: What a neat show of all the talent.

JMV said...

Nice pictures you have here.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I need a couple of those printing blocks,.

Chris said...

My fascination for India and huge!

staceyjwarner said...

Raj, Thanks for stopping by my blog and wishing me well...I love your photos and look forward to following your journey.

I noticed several spirit orbs in your picture during the dances and puppet show, I love seeing this much magic.

much love

Nishant said...

magnifique les photos de spectacle, surtout celle des Kalbeliya Dancers. Bravo
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