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Up until very recently, I thought my lot in life was to be a singer-songwriter and a musical theatre composer (more about this maybe later…) And so I wrote songs and song cycles, about love and longing, lust and … Continue reading
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The Taj Lake Palace is known for being the “most romantic hotel in the world”. I can’t possibly agree more. It is perhaps the most beautiful hotel I’ve ever been to – a vision in white marble, floating on the … Continue reading
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This is a city of lakes and a city of palaces. The palaces here are all, in their own way, epic and awe-inspiring. Take the City Palace, which sprawls on the East Bank of Lake Pichola. Construction of the palace … Continue reading
Tagged Architecture, City Palace, Culture, History, India, Jain Temple, Lake Pichola, Lifestyle, Monsoon Palace, Photography, Port and Princely Cities of the Subcontinent, Rajasthan, RAnakpur, The Grand Tour, Travel, Udaipur
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The Lake is everywhere you look. It shimmers and gleams, turning a dozen shades of yellow and gold in the course of a day. The city, with its magnificent palaces and temples, quaint havelis and gardens, and winding alleyways, clings … Continue reading
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At the foothills of the Aravalli mountains floats a city. A beautiful dream of a city, in the midst of seven lakes. Founded in 1558 by Maharana Udai Singh II of the Sisodia Clan as the capital city of his … Continue reading
Tagged Architecture, City Palace, Heritage, History, Lake Palace, Lake Pichola, Mewar, Port and Princely Cities of the Subcontinent, Rajasthan, Rajputana, The Grand Tour, Travel, Udaipur