No, Its not just about walls, buildings and streets, its more to do with the culture.
You can make a place look bright and colorfull by painting it well or decorating it beautifully, but how do you add the liveliness and vibrant vibes ?
You can't. Thats something which comes from culture of it, from people of it and from the environment that gets build up over a certain time period.
Rajasthan looks lively because of it places but it feels alive because of its people.
The colorful streets can still be dead silent and boring if it looses the charm of its trandition music coming from the corners, if you don't get to see the kids running around the streets shouting and playing in their native language, if you don't get to see the folkdance and if you don't taste the the food that they eat.
We visited the place called Chokhi Dhaani at Jaipur and it showed us a small glimpse of what this Indian state lf desert can offer. From folk dances, fairs, food to tradition and famous song 'Kesaria Balam' we witnessed a glimpse of everything.
Due to the shortage of time, we didn't checked out a lot of places but I am planning few trip to Rajasthan again in coming months. Stay tuned for more action and love of Rajasthan.✌️ Tag your friends with whome you would love to visit this amazing state, Rajasthan.
P.S : I am yet to do a camel safari, so suggestion and recommendations are most welcome.🙏
THE BEAUTY OF CITY PALACE, UDAIPUR♥️
It took over 400 years to build this magnificent palace, started by Maharana Udai Singh II of Sisodia Rajput family in 1553. City Palace hosts a fusion of local and international architecture (mostly medieval European and Chinese). This architectural marvel towers the banks of Lake Pichola and the view is truly a feast to the eyes and even my shoes look good on their floor🙊.