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Jaipur: Exploring Forts and Palaces in the Pink City

Photographs by Mridula Dwivedi  

 

The Amber Fort
The Amber Fort


View of Jaipur from the Amber Fort
View of Jaipur from the Amber Fort

 

 

Enjoying the view from the Amber Fort
Enjoying the view from the Amber Fort

 

The world's largest wheeled cannon at Jaigarh Fort
The world's largest wheeled cannon at Jaigarh Fort

 

Feeding pigeons at the Amber Fort
Feeding pigeons at the Amber Fort

 

Exhibit at the Albert Hall Museum
Exhibit at the Albert Hall Museum

 

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Mridula Dwivedi with a Shringi village lady



Mridula Dwivedi (shown here in Ghiagi, Himachal Pradesh) works as an Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management at Gurgaon, India, and loves to trek and travel in India and, when the opportunity comes along, abroad too. Read her award-winning blog, traveltalesfromindia.

 

 

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author: Mridula Dwivedi

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