Jodhpur, the blue city

People of Jodhpur Blue city India

We have left New Delhi and after our first night spent in an indian train, we are arriving at Jodhpur. The contrast with the megalopolis is astonishing. The city is far quieter and the blue color, that covers it, makes us feel good.

Jodhpur Blue city India

Jodhpur Blue city India

Jodhpur Blue city India

Without wasting anytime, we start exploring the place. We notice the same street life, the one that amazed us when we were in New Delhi.

People of Jodhpur Blue city India

People of Jodhpur Blue city India

People of Jodhpur Blue city India

People of Jodhpur Blue city India

Street art of Jodhpur Blue city India

Street art Jodhpur Blue city India

Human beings and animals co-exist as hundred years ago.

Cows of Jodhpur Blue city India

Cow of Jodhpur Blue city India

Bird of Jodhpur Blue city India

Dog of Jodhpur Blue city India

Squirrel of Jodhpur Blue city India

Cat of Jodhpur Blue city India

Goat of Jodhpur Blue city India

We are heading to the fort of Mehrangarh to enjoy the old city view. Guided by a new doggy friend, apparently used to the local heat, we remain taken aback by this massive construction of whom the details of the facade reveal amazing skills in architecture.

Dog over Jodhpur Blue city India

 Fort of Mehrangarh Jodhpur Blue city India

 Fort of Mehrangarh Jodhpur Blue city India

 Fort of Mehrangarh Jodhpur Blue city India

Jodhpur Blue city India

We have to go. We are leaving the blue city to reach, further east, Pushkar and its magic lake.

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