Puppets of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is an amazing place, with amazing beauty. There are many good locations to see. One of those is Jaisalmer. Everything wall and every brick is yellow there! And on sale, are these colorful puppets. I sent a print of the first photo below, to the person whose puppet shop this was. He must be happy; I've not received his reply yet.

Puppets of Jaisalmer

Puppets of Rajasthan

Puppets of Rajasthan

Puppets of Rajasthan

Puppets of Rajasthan

Puppets of Rajasthan

25 comments :

  1. Beautiful photos. I love these little guys. They are really colorful.

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  2. beautiful colours. rajasthan must be a great place to visit for the culture..

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  3. excelentes fotos, bellĂ­simos colores!!
    thanks!!!

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  4. really interesting..incredible

    http://sparkledaroma.blogspot.com/

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  5. Fascinating and so colorful1

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  6. I just love the colors and complexity of it all.

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  7. We too bought puppets at Jaisalmer... they are really beautiful! and your pics are, as usual, great!

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  8. I know that I should not be envious, but it is so hard when you post such beautiful pictures of your travels!

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  9. This is so beautiful! I love a colorful post :) This one made me smile. Fantastic Bhavesh!

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  10. magnifique les marionnettes, c'est des vrais oeuvres d'art.

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  11. Splendid puppets in so pure colours and photographs are very successful!

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  12. The colors are so vivid - wonderful photos!

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  13. I love them, they are so colourful!

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  14. I love those puppets and their colours.
    I wish I could visit your country with all the colours and costumes.
    Beautiful!

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  15. OMG ! they are really colourful and cute :)

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  16. Ola

    Belas fotos cheias de cor.

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  17. Oh these brought back so many memories for me! I remember seeing the puppets in Jaisalmer - in the shop next to the one where we spent about 4 hours haggling for a silk painting of an Indian wedding party, which I still have and still love!
    I ran out of energy by the time I'd done and couldn't face more haggling for a puppet or I would have bought one!
    Good times!

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  18. Hi Nutty Gnome,

    I'm so glad you visited India and had a good time :) I like it when people visit my blog and refresh their memories :)

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  19. Hello Nutty Gnome,

    And I felt so sorry for the haggling you had to face :(

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  20. niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  21. It won’t be wrong to say that Rajasthan is one of the most tradition and culture rich states, being to Rajasthan will be an unforgettable experience.

    Rajasthan is also known for its delicacies like dal baati churma (which is unexplainable in words so you have to taste them to understand the real taste)

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  22. @ Anonymous: I highly appreciate your contribution here.

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