19th august is observed as world photography Day. The idea behind this day is to bring together photographers around the world, to create meaningful and positive changes in the communities through the power of photography. The origin of this day dates back to 1837 when the Daguerreotype, the first commercially successful photographic process, was invented by Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre.
Happy world photography day to all photographers.💙❤
Rann Utsav is a precious festival in Gujarat and it is the platform to many cultural activities of Gujarathi’s. This event will be carried in India’s one of the biggest salt deserts Rann of Kutch. This festival starts every year from November to February. The tourism of Gujarat takes this festival as prestigious and makes all facilities to the visitors. Many tourists visit Rann Utsav from all over the world.
This event will be taken place in the Dhordo village of Kutch which is 85 kms far away to Bhuji. The main attractions of this fest are camel safari, cultural shows, music carnival etc.
City Palace is more than a sand-colored regal abode-it’s a sprawling complex of buildings built around a series of landscaped garden courtyards overlooking Jaipur and Lake Palace. The entire property is a stunning display of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture.
The town of Amer and the Amber Fort were originally built by the Meena’s, and later it was ruled by Raja Man Singh I. Located high on a hill, it is the principal tourist attraction in Jaipur. Amer Fort is known for its artistic style elements.
Nahargarh Fort is a majestic fort overlooking Amer and Jaipur. The fort provides some stunning viewpoints of the city nearby and therefore is a popular picnic hangout spot for localites. The main attraction here apart from the views are the twelve queen boudoirs which are well connected and decorated with beautiful murals
Udaipur is a royal city that had been the capital of Mewar rulers for centuries. The romantic city of Udaipur has a legend behind its origin and it goes like this. Once, Maharana Udai Singh happened to meet a holy sage when he was on his hunting expedition in the Aravalli Hills. The Sage counseled the King to establish a kingdom in the fertile valley that would be well-protected by the elevated Aravalli Hills. Subsequently, Maharana Udai Singh laid the foundation stone of Udaipur in 1557 A.D.
The City Palace in Udaipur was built in a flamboyant style and is considered the largest of its type in the state of Rajasthan. It was built atop a hill, in a fusion of the Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles, providing a panoramic view of the city and its surroundings.
There is something humbling about mountains. Maybe it’s their tall and grandiose appearance or the initial intimidation when you cast your eyes on it. But ultimately, the most humbling part is the sense of accomplishment that you get after climbing one.