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My post on the Mysterious Stepwell of Neemrana is now live on the blog (link in bio). Locals believe that the stepwell is haunted. This tree is just outside the boundary of the stepwell. Now, you be the judge!
Tourists in their own city. Locals visit the Yamuna Ghats to see the visiting migratory seagulls.
A flock of the migratory brown-headed Siberian seagulls that come to the Yamuna Ghaats every winter.
The Wine Company bar in monochrome.
Caught my eye...
Moosi Maharani ki Chattari at sunset. On a different note, I freaked out earlier seeing the prominent dot thinking the lens is messed up. Apparently in iPhone cameras if you point directly at a source of bright light (sun in this case) the dot comes up. Phew!
Sagar Lake situated next to Moosi Maharani ki Chattari in Alwar. A beautiful location that can easily be converted in a spectacular destination if the lake and surroundings are cleaned up.
Hey Gorgeous! A sambar deer at Bala Qila, Alwar!
Since my previous post was so well loved (wink, wink, nudge, nudge) here’s another cannon from Alwar Fort. We wondered if the art on the mouth of the cannon had any specific reason (not to scare the enemy who probably couldn’t see it)?
A cannon at Bala Qila (Alwar Fort). The fort for now remains closed, except for the big square after the main gate, after some damage caused by a storm a few months back. I did see families being taken in on the down low, so I’m assuming if you’ve got contacts (political/government) that should do the trick. There is a small path that goes around the fort to a view point which is worth the 7 minute hike. You can also take the steps along the walls of the fort and go to the top.
An entrance fit for a king... and then I walked through it 😂 Last one from Tatarpur Fort as we move on to our next destination which is in the city of Alwar, Rajasthan.
Astounding views of the region from Tatarpur Fort. Once the property opens up (still early in the construction phase), I’m pretty sure the guests will love this.
Imagine countless diyas burning bright in the cubbyholes. What a sight that would be!
Wall paintings inside the sheesh mahal of Tatarpur Fort.
A sneaky look inside Tatarpur Fort. It is being converted into a heritage property and should turn out to be a spectacular property.
Neemrana Bawadi in the morning sun.
While still impressive from the top, the grandness of Neemrana Bawadi can only be realised once you go down its steps.
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