|motorcycles rage ahead near cows, and above it all - the ghost of the
British empire, the landmark clock tower.
|Jodhpur - the Blue City, from the Fortress the Mehrangarh|
Busy, crowded, colourful, friendly.....Jodhpur.
|Mr. Sharma, astrologer, in Jodhpur, India|
|The Mahrangarh in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India|
|In the fortress at Jodhpur|
Markets near the Clock Tower Landmark
We walked around the lively Sadar market and the narrow streets and medieval bazaars of old Jodhpur. The marketplace was bustling, with crowds of local shoppers, carts with fresh produce and lunch foods, stores with teas and spices, beautiful bolts of fabrics, Rajasthani crafts, and household dry goods of all sorts. The friendly people of Jodhpur were happy to chat with us.
|Spices and friendly people in Jodhpur, India.|
|In the old town and marketplace in Jodhpur|
Jodhpur, a city of just under a million people, is rich in the cultural history of Rajasthan. It has a rural feel about it. Jodphur was the most colourful of any of the places we visited in Rajasthan, with a panorama of blue buildings, dazzling neon fabrics, sparkling handicrafts, and brightly decorated auto-rickshaws, or 'tuk tuks', as we called them.
I love my pictures from Jodhpur - some of my favourites of the entire trip. We stayed two nights in Jodhpur, as planned. It's a place worth visiting, on any trip to Rajasthan.
|Decorated tuk tuk in Jodhpur - behind a belching truck ...|
|....loaded with bright fabrics.|
|Negotiating a tuk tuk ride in Jodhpur. Only two passengers per tuk tuk- that's the rule.|