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Mandore Gardens, Jodhpur: The Cenotaphs Part 2

At Mandore, Jodhpur: Cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Singh as seen from the neighbouring Chhatri. By Animesh Ray.

Cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Singh as seen from the neighbouring Chhatri. Details: ISO 250, 12mm, f/9.0, 1/40s Lightroom Adustments: Exposure-, Contrast+, Highlights-, Shadows+, Clarity+, Saturation+. So I decided that I do have a few more photos of the Rajput cenotaphs at Mandore which I can share. In case you are wondering what I am referring […]

Mandore Gardens, Jodhpur: The Cenotaphs Part 1

At Mandore, Jodhpur: Cenotaph of Maharaja Udai Singh of Marwar. By Animesh Ray.

The ceiling of the cenotaph to Maharaja Ajit Singh (1678–1724). Details: ISO 500, 11mm, f/3.2, 1/40s. Lightroom Adjustments: Contrast+, Highlights-, Shadows+, Clarity+, Adjustment Brush, Vibrance+. It’s time to talk about Mandore. Mandore is actually a very small town a few kilometres to the north of Jodhpur in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It was the […]

Kids. From the street.

Spontaneous. Street kids in Jodhpur, India. By Animesh Ray.

I love this photograph. And believe it not, this photograph was completely spontaneous! Details: ISO 320, 35mm, f/5.6, 1/30s Lightroom Adjustments: Exposure-, Contrast+, Highlights-, Shadows+, Clarity+, B&W conversion. I don’t usually shoot street, and even when I do I don’t usually shoot portraits. I have always been a quiet type of guy, and invading someone […]

Lanes of Old Jodhpur

Blue lanes of the blue city. By Animesh Ray.

It’s raining Jodhpur all over my blog. After a post on its distinctive doors, I have decided to do one on the narrow lanes of the old city of Jodhpur. And when I say narrow, I really mean it. With most lanes being wide enough only to accommodate 2 two-wheelers at maximum, you are not […]

The Beautiful Doors of Jodhpur

A well adorned door. The door leads to a restaurant just inside the Mehrangarh Fort premises. By Animesh Ray.

The old city part of Jodhpur is a fascinating place. The roads, the ‘gullis’, the houses everything belongs to an era which has long gone by. Old style havelis with huge doorways and big courtyards, to smaller houses with extremely ornamental doors, everything here has a personality of its own. Houses with the hand imprints […]