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Selling .. .. something. Large and very old Dhamek stupa at Sarnath where the first sermon by Gautama Buddha was delivered. Look at me. Out for a walk. Morning on the ghat. Impressive doors. Gilaharee on clean-up duty. British built barracks within the Red Fort. Carvings around the base of the central chedi structure. East facing side of the Taj Mahal and beyond, the mosque. Tangled. Police officer, whistle in hand. Center piece. Spare a thought; Grey Langur mother and child. Mannequins. Memorial pavilions of the Royal Cenotaphs. Minaret speakers. Peacock and mynah scavengers. Grounds and flora of the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque. Balcony. Wooden carved window shutters. Unconcerned. On street parking. Small statue. Using cell phone while driving. Zig zag path leads up from Amer to the Amber Fort. Washing up. Busy market trader. Sweepers on break. Receding arches of the market entranceway. Old Jaipur city gate. Enjoying a cup of chai. Image of Ganesh over the gateway. Mid-road fireworks. Grey Langur monkeys on the walls of Man Singh palace. Jas Mandir audience hall. Carpet knotter. East facing side of the Taj Mahal from the assembly hall. Locked door. Façade decoration. Locked door in well-worn doorway. Aimed and ready. Heavy head. Grebe congregation. Police officer. Wall and windows. Boat. Blessing. Fort apartments from outside. Lemon and chillies, keep evil at bay. Decorated doors to shrine. India Gate memorial, Sunday afternoon. Block printing, one working, two supervising. Raised sarcophagus in the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque complex. Two coconuts. Wedding guests. River Ganges calm late afternoon. Cenotaph sunset. Maota Lake at Amer. Everything detailed. Tea time. Water Palace, Jah Mahal, in Man Sagar lake. Gangajalais.  One of a pair of 4000 liter silver urns. Watch tower along fortification wall. Ganesha statue. India Gate memorial late on a Sunday afternoon. What about me? Sun peeks through Junagarh Fort. Hanuman statue. River Ganges morning. Enclosure wall and entrance gateway to Humayun’s Tomb. Chained and locked. Morning prayers on the ghat. Paraphernalia for Aarti, evening prayers. Elephants on the trail to the Amber Fort while a vendor offers fabric. Palace balcony. Old part of the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque complex. Pushkar and hills beyond. Grounds and gardens of the Red fort. Boats at dawn along the river. Hilltop fortifications outside Man Singh palace. Shuttered window in carved marble frame. Market street scene. Frescoes in a domed ceiling. Angry birds. Crumbling; looking out from Amber Fort. Waving to passers-by. Arches, windows and turrets. So begins the ritual of Aarti, evening prayers, on the bank of River Ganges. Well bowled. Fort inner courtyard, mesh protection from pigeons. Readying for Aarti, evening prayers. Bathing pavilion doorway, pool dry. Grey Langur flea hunt. Haveli style house. Laneway markets. Fort visitors. Hawa Mahal. Hanuman shrine. Tiffin.  The well keeper’s lunch.

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