• The Mehrangarh Fort, a massive 120-meter tall fort built in 1459, sits above Jodhpur. Its battlements range from six to 36-meters high and its stone building materials were quarried from the rock the fort was built upon, 2012
  • Camels continue to be used for commercial purposes in Bikaner, 2012
  • Bikaner, 2012
  • Turbans dry on a narrow stairway in Jaisalmer, a desert fort town and World Heritage Site in the heart of the Thar Desert, 2012
  • Artisanal shoes called “mojari” for sale in Jodhpur, 2012
  • Karni Mata, or Temple of Rats, is famous for the roughly 25,000 revered black rats (kabbas) that live in the temple, 2012
  • The 7th image caption should be: Built in the early 20th century, the Karni Mata Temple’s ornately carved marble façade, 2012
  • Guards wrapping turbans while tourists watch in Jodhpur’s Mehrangarh Fort, 2012
  • A camel rests (and snacks) while on a trek through the Thar Desert, 2012
  • Evening in the Thar Desert, 2012
  • Mehrangarh Fort’s Phool Mahal, or Palace of Flowers. Built in the 18th century by Maharaja Abhay Singh, the ruler received private guests in this ornate room adorned with gold filigree, mirrors, walls and ceilings painted in the 19th century, showing the various moods of Indian classical ragas, royal portraits, and incarnations of Vishnu and the Goddess Durga, 2012
  • Moti Mahal, the Pearl Palace, one of the oldest surviving rooms in the Mehrangarh Fort. This area was built in the 16th century by Sawai Raja Sur Singh as a hall of public audience, 2012
  • Jaisalmer, 2012
  • Jodhpur, 2012
  • A disciple of the Naga Baba named Adesh. Naga Babas abstain from clothes and Adesh lives in the desert and in a white painted cave near Salawas Village, 2012
  • Udaipur, 2012
  • Bikaner bus station, 2012
  • The grand entryway at Udaipur’s City Palace, 2012

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