Faces Of Jodhpur

One of my earliest posts on this blog dealt with my fascination for the ‘people of my places‘:

“I find people amusing, fascinating, inspiring. When I travel I enjoy sitting in a cafe, looking out onto a busy street and observing random strangers going about their daily lives. It gives me a feel for their culture. A feel for who they are and the stories behind their faces. Not to mention those impromptu scenes, that wayward glance, that enigmatic smile……just begging to be captured and transformed into enduring memories.

Nothing’s changed! As you can see from this sequel to my ‘Colours Of Jodhpur

A tonga (horse carriage) wallah with presence!
A tonga (horse carriage) wallah with presence!
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A heart-breaker in the bazaar….
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And his nervous mum. She wasn’t sure hubby would approve, but he did!
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Busker in the Mehrangarh fort
Whose demure wife was too shy to pose for me.
Whose demure wife was too shy to pose for me.
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You might remember that arm piece!
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A rather street smart and utterly captivating little rag picker.
Adore that nose-ring! And the red ‘Odhni’.

Until next time…….happy travels, no matter where life takes you.

More from Jodhpur: Marwar Meets Andalucia In Mehrangarh

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Hi, I'm Madhu. Wanderer. Travel blogger. Story teller. Bitten late and hard by the travel bug, I am on a mission to make up for lost time.

129 thoughts on “Faces Of Jodhpur

  1. It is often pretty amusing to just sit and observe people. And guess what? The result is here on this beautiful and captivating blog post! I never realized the simplicity in someone’s face can tell so many stories about them! Very impressed by this blog! Keep it up.

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