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Sun, 17 Jan 2010

India, 360 Degrees at a Time, Part Five

Here's the fourth part of my ongoing series.

After Udaipur the next stop on our trip was Jodhpur, the blue city. Which is called that way due of the blue colour of many of its houses:

Jodhpur

On a hill next to Mehrangarh Fort, one of the biggest Forts in India (the big sand castle on the hill in the panorama above), you find the Jaswant Thada, a memorial of the Maharajas of Jodhpur:

Jodhpur

Inside the fort you'll find highly decorated courtyards:

Jodhpur

That's all for Jodhpur, tomorrow I'll post more panoramas, from other stops of our trip.

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