Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Jaipur, India

Namaste and Happy Diwali from India everyone! I'm currently traveling through Rajasthan with erratic Internet access so posts will be scattered. I'm taking a ton of pictures that I can't wait to share with you all. Yesterday, I was at the incredible, beautiful Taj Mahal and earlier today, I walked through an awe-inspiring old Mughal fort. Talk about inspiration!

Have a fabulous week!

10 comments :

Book Chatter Cath said...

Hope you have a great trip, cant wait to see the pics :)

Chudney Thomas said...

Happy Diwali! Have fun on your travels.

Jyothsna said...

Wow Nalini!Lucky you!!!My uncle used to live in Jodhpur,Rajasthan and it is one of my favorite places.Such a colorful state.Cant wait to see the pics.Have a great trip.

Sherri L. said...

I would love to be able to travel like you do and see all these wonderful places you get to travel to but at least I get to see the terrific pictures you bring back and post. Can't wait to see them and enjoy your trip.

Sofia said...

Happy Diwali Nalini, i bet they are celebrating it in style in India, enjoy your trip..and remember to drink only bottled water ;0)

kam luen said...

nalini, Diwali Valtukal...That's Deepavali wishes to you and your family...From me and my hubby....the menons...Have a wonderful trip...thank you for all your wonderful books..

Saly said...

Happy Deepawali, Nalini. Today is the best day to be in India, with the craziness on the streets and the diyas and the crackers :)

And Rajasthan is such a beautiful state, Mount Abu, Ajmer, Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, all amazing.

Sadly I have never seen Taj Mahal despite living at one time very close to it. If you go to Delhi, do see India Gate, Red Fort, Humayun Tomb, Lotus Temple etc Delhi really has many good places worth visiting but sadly the traffic sucks.

Anneela said...

Shubh Divali to you too Nalini! Hope you enjoy the trip.

Saiqa said...

Happy Diwali Nalini. I am so jealous, I have always wanted to see the Taj Mahal. I can't wait to see your pictures of it.

choffeecake said...

Happy Diwali...one of these days i am going to take a trip to India to see the celebrations!