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.

40 comments:

Clytie said...

I was just thinking about you this morning - that I hadn't seen a post in a while. Well here you are - and what an awesome post it is! I love the vivid colors of the festivals and celebrations.

I really, though, like that elephant in the first shot. I enlarged the photo and am absolutely entranced by the painting around his eye - the lioness(?) with the gazelle(?) jumping out of its mouth ... simply wonderful!

RNSANE said...

What magnificent celebrations ... all so beautifully colorful and special. I love the clothing. To wear something like that would be so fabulous. And elephants are my favorite of all animals.

RNSANE said...

What magnificent celebrations ... all so beautifully colorful and special. I love the clothing. To wear something like that would be so fabulous. And elephants are my favorite of all animals.

Elettra said...

reveals great traditions and culture

The Holy Lama said...

But isn't it aas from UP?

Diane AZ said...

Fantastic colors and decorations of the festivals. No wonder people come from all around the state to see it. Excellent images!

Tinsie said...

I love how colourful everyone's dress is! And the peacock dance girl is amazing :-)

Joyce said...

Ah the colors are so vibrant and they make me smile. How interesting your blog is. Keep posting.
Joyce

Dimps said...

Long time...
Good to see your post!

Nice pictures and good to know info :)

Regards,
Dimple

amelia said...

Wow!! How colourful!!

Very intricate work as well!!

Mª Angeles y Jose said...

Bonitas imagenes de una cultura bastante desconocida.

Fotos muy coloridas.

besos

Vagabonde said...

This must be a really interesting and beautiful celebration. I like the peacock dance girl. I am sure that with all the colors of the costumes, it must be a feast for the eyes (and the cameras!)

Pamela said...

Wow! those girls with the peacock feathers are beautiful. Your celebrations are just unique. Big hugs

Pooch Morning Glory said...

wow... so much beauty and bursts of colour all in one place.
really great photos too!
~laura

Multiolhares said...

Vim visitar este teu lindo cantinho,
deliciar-me com as tuas fotos
Bj

claude said...

Beautiful day celebrations, Bharat. A lot of beautiful costumes and pretty colors !

Babli said...

Visiting your blog after a long time.
What a wonderful and colourful celebration. You have taken gorgeous pictures. Brilliant post. Elephant is my favourite animal and thats the reason I enjoyed your post very much.

Michaela said...

I thank YOU for the first comment ever on my blog! :))
Nice pics!

Babli said...

मित्रता दिवस की हार्दिक बधाइयाँ एवं शुभकामनाएँ!

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Trotter said...

Hi Bharat! Wonderful!!

There is a weird post at Blogtrotter Two waiting for your comment... ;)
Enjoy and have a gorgeous week ahead!

Couture Carrie said...

How wonderful!
Amazing costumes!

xoxox,
CC

Barb said...

These colorful photos would make a beautiful festival poster! I really like the peacock dancers. You have so many interesting celebrations to share.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Bharat: Those are some mighty fancy costumes, love the elephant.

Jacob said...

Well, somehow I missed this post. My goodness, those costumes are breath-taking! What gorgeous designs and colors. And even the elephants get to participate. Fantastic!

MyMaracas said...

What color! I can just imagine all those dancers swirling in their fabulous costumes. It must be a feast for the eyes.

Wenche said...

Beautiful pictures!

. intemporal . said...

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. fantastic and SPECIAL COLORS in lovely pics .

. still waiting your visit in my space .

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. best regards .

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. paulo .

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Amin said...

Interesting..............

claude said...

What a marvelous celebration, Bharat !
Beautiful costumes and pretty colors !

Royal Rajasthan Travel said...

Hello friend,
To know Your culture and festivals did give me pleasure,as some rituals and all are similar to what we have in Jaipur, afterall we all are brothers
hey! everywhere i see women doing fasting & other rituals for their men, does anywhere men do the same for their women...
that's too needed!
gr8 post

roughterrain crane said...

How are you?

Beatriz said...

Hello Unseen.


Beautifully pictures.

Have a nice day!

Kisses
Bea

José Ramón said...

Some very nice pictures are great.


Greetings from creativity and imagination photos of José Ramón

Graça Pereira said...

Cenas maravilhosas de uma cultura que eu gostava de conhecer..
Beijo
Graça

Chris said...

Simply wonderful.... Beautiful pictures!

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Rajasthan Tour said...

Rajasthan is a land of folks and dances, here we can see many festivals with lots of new dresses and music

Brigitte said...

C'est tellement coloré ! photos superbes

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