Back from Alwar, Rajasthan



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We took a short break at Alwar in Rajasthan. This was a family trip and we all enjoyed a lot. I just got back a few hours back. But as I have said before, if I have an internet connection I will blog. I find it difficult to go to sleep if I don’t. And as of now I have to eat dinner too. But a picture from Alwar first.

Alwar, Rajasthan

Alwar, Rajasthan

This was clicked today evening while going to Siliserh Lake. This bridge stands in middle of no where and I requested my taxi driver to stop so that I could click a picture. He was quite courteous about it. It is another matter that most of the time if I am clicking pictures with Chhavi around, she would be physically shaking me to do something else. But there are other times as well when she waits patiently for me to finish my shot and then put forth her demand. More of this and Palampur too in the days to come.

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15 thoughts on “Back from Alwar, Rajasthan

  1. Ajay Singh

    Such a nice blog very good information about Alwar trip. Let The colorful state of Rajasthan has always been one of the most important tourist Place in India.

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  2. Mridula Post author

    Thanks Shalu though the bridge was on the way to the lake and not at the lake itself 😀

    Thank you Vishal.

    Thank you Niranjan.

    Hoteldepot they will start soon.

    Anu 😀 Chhavi has not yet come to the stage when she told me don’t click!

    No Manish I did not visit Bhangarh, maybe next time.

    Meenakshi that sums it up nicely.

    Thanks Lady Fi

    Thanks Jeevan.

    Pradeep they will follow soon.

    Jay 😀 she did let me take some pictures after all. But not easy!

    Thanks Indu.

    Yes Meena particularly the Himalayas. 😀

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  3. Jay

    Hi Anuradha,

    Lovely shot but the bridge looks dilapidated and not useful any longer.
    Thank God, Chhavi stuck with her patience and all of us can see the results of that. The click has come out perfect.
    Loved the post :)

    Regards

    Jay
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  4. Manish Kumar

    Apart from areas around Udaipur & may be some part of eastern Rajasthan the arid climate reflects in every picture. Did u visit so called haunted Bhangarh fort which is near to Alwar?

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  5. Anuradha Shankar

    nice click! its indeed a challenge to click with kids around. samhith does the same too.. sometimes he keeps shaking me, and sometimes waits… and there are times when he tells me “dont click amma, enjoy the scene”!

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