Thursday, November 25, 2010

Pushkar Fair 2010-Pushkar-Rajasthan

Pushkar is a location based at a distance of Around 135 Kms from Jaipur and is famous for its one and only "Lord Brahma" temple in India.A pond with 52 different Ghats dedicated to different communities.

Every year in the during the starting of winter's a special and one of its own kind Fair is organised which is one of the Largest Cattle Fair of the World.People from all over the India come to attend this festival and also to purchase and sale their cattle.This is also known as a Camel Fair but now a days along with camel's , horses ,cows,oxes and many other animals are also taken up.

This year the festival was fantastic and Department of Tourism has really worked hard to make this event a successful event and they succeeded.

Do enjoy the festival with me.

Traditonal Rajasthani Performers
Horse and Camel Accessories
Camel Drinking Water
Group of Camels
Villager taking care of his Camel's
Camel's Sitting
Most Expensive Horse of the Fair
Villagers making Food.
Hot Balloon Safari In Pushkar
Sunset At Pushkar

My another Journey in Pushkar got over.I hope you will enjoy this series too.

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Friday, July 9, 2010

Traditional Rajasthan Day Celebrations.

These photos were taken during different festivals of Rajasthan.Whenver there is any festival in Rajasthan people from all around the state come and enjoy the festival.These photographs are taken durign Teej Festival,Elephant Festival,Gangaur Festival and many other.

Designer Elephant
Lord Krishna and Radha
Peacock Dance Girl
Peacock Dance Boy
Chang Dance
Teej Dance
Gangaur Dance and Dancers.

To know more about the Fairs and Festival of Rajasthan please click here.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

India Tour-Parsuram Dwara-Jalmahal-Jaipur-Rajasthan

These photographs are taken from "ParasRam Dwara" Jaipur.This is located in front of "Jalmahal" Jaipur and is having the beautiful temple of "Lord Baldau Ji".This place is a real beauty and has got very ancient structure.To know more please click here.

Entrance to Palace

The Royal Rooms
Wall Paintings.

Royal Paintings.

Royal Designs
Stairs To Temple
The Royal Umbrellas
The Royal Courtyard
Royal Rooms
Design On Roof
The Step Well or Bawdi

This place is very peaceful and beautiful.Now a days Government School is operated here.Very less people visit this place but this place still attracts many like me and thus i am sharing this with you all.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

India Tour-Shila Mata Navratra Festival-Amber Fort-Jaipur.

Every Year in the month of October or November as per the Indian Calander Navrata Festival comes."Navratra" is a festival that continues for 9 Days.During these 9 days 9 different Goddesses are worshiped.This festival has a great impact in India and all over the India this festival is celebrated.In Jaipur this festival is organised at "Shila Mata" temple located in Amber Fort.People from all across Rajasthan come to visit the temple.

Amber Fort Outside View
Bhairu Baba Temple
Men Selling Traditional Sweets
Traditional Sweet "Gunji" Made up of Mawa.
Lady Saint Blessing
Colorful Clothes for Goddess
Boy in get up of Lord Shiva
Cow with six legs

Sapera-Indian Tribe Catches Snales

This Festival has got its own unique charm.

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Monday, April 5, 2010

Rajasthan Tour-Gangaur Festival Jaipur

Gangaur is one of the Most Famous Festival in Rajasthan Especially in Jaipur and is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Gauri.

On this day Unmarried Girls keep fast and worship to get good husbands where in married women do it for the long and happy life of their spouse.

Newly Married girl is supposed to observe this practice for 18 days and it ends on the day of Gangaur.They eat food only one time in a day.

One day before the Festival Sweets , clothes and other stuff is sent at the place of the bride which is known as "Sanjara".

It comes in the month of either March or April as per the stars position.

Also with the End of Gangaur Festival all festivals as per the Hindu religion gets over as it is said that God go to sleep or ( Devta Sojana).During this time period no festival is celebrated and then after 2 months "Teej Festival" comes which is supposed to be the starting of all festivals again.

Gangaur Parade
Teej Mata Ji(The Goddess)

Traditional Man With Turahi (Kind Of Musical Instrument)

Traditional Horse DanceLord Narad
Lord Shiva
Lord Yamaraja(God Of Death)
Traditional Music Player.

Pair of OxElephant Saluting The Yatra.

This festival and yatra is worth watching.Everyone is happy during this festival especially the ladies as they get for what they prayed for 18 days hard.