Udaipur

DO: Sunset Cruise on Lake Pichola, Udaipur. The end of day is the perfect time to cruise around this manmade lake surrounded
Sixty five minutes from Mumbai is the jewel city of India, Udaipur. A city of lakes surrounded by hills and history, makes it one of the most romantic and historically significant place in India .
In addition to honoring Hindu culture, the Holi festival serves as an opportunity to loosen the restrictions of social codes
Cold Morning in Khejarla In the Upper Right is the Massive Hill Fort at Jodhpur A special thanks to my guide Digvijay Singh
As for this new archive of scanned images, I am not entirely sure what I will end up doing with them yet. Maybe I will reprint
Over the past ten years, India's status as a place to do business has grown immensely. According to the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), India is the 10th largest business travel market in the world.
Our last breakfast at the Jagat Niwas Palace Hotel in Udaipur was poignant. As wonderful as the meal was, it was the view I could feast on for days to come.
We were all packed and ready to go when our new driver, Mr. Singh, and his spiffy van pulled up in front of the hotel. As we left Ahmedabad, I took note of the street scenes out the window, and I especially loved this large mosaic mural featuring images of Gandhi.
Today we leave at 9:00 a.m. to head north to Deogarh ( a half-way point on the road to Jodpuhr) and I'm ready for another day of traveling and experiencing a new set of vistas along the way.
Though the palace is a bit pricey, the experiences are well worth it. Indulgences include having dinner in the middle of