A photographic tour of Delhi, Agra and Rajasthan, February 2014
Doorway in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. Everyone in India, it seems, pays careful attention to doorways, from ancient to modern, most of them are beautiful.
Sardargarh, a fort in Rajasthan, now run as a hotel by the Maharaja and his wife. One of the most beautiful and interesting places, part hotel, part ruins, part private residence.
The dam wall at Sardargarh. Many palaces in Rajasthan were built by man-made lakes that catch the monsoons.
A household kitchen, Sardargarh village.
Ceiling of Humayan's tomb, Delhi. The beautiful design and shapes are from Arabic geometry and mathematics.
Banks of the Yamuna River, Vindravin, India
Snake charmer's hut, Vrindavan, India.
Embroidery workshop, Vrindavan.
Rural transport near Vrindavan.
Carved bull in front of a mausoleum, Deo Bargh.
A mausoleum carved figure at Deo Bargh. Even damaged it is a powerful figure, very precisely carved.
Stonework in a window, Humayan's tomb, Delhi.
Sardargarh at dawn.
Sculpture in a mausoleum, Deo Bargh.
Family mausoleum in the Deo Bargh gardens.
Deo Bargh, once a summer palace, now a hotel. we were allowed to roam the gardens, including the familiy mausoleums there - spectacularly beautiful.