Photography Walks in Delhi

In New Delhi, a multifaceted city about 4000 years old you will come across an intriguing mix of the new and the old. You will be surprised by the stark contrast between recent times and olden times in all the euphoria of crowds, markets and colours.

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A 90 years old shop which rents out large utensils http://www.pinterest.com/IndiaFoodTour/india-food-tour/ #citywalk #markets

A busy day in Chawari Bazar market for wedding cards in Old Delhi http://www.viator.com/tours/New-Delhi/Photo-Tour-of-Old-Delhi-with-Street-Food-Tasting/d804-10923P6 #citytour #phototour #foodwalk

Inside an old house during a city tour http://www.viator.com/tours/New-Delhi/Old-Delhi-Food-Tour/d804-10923P1 #citywalks #phototours

Qutub Minar, at 75.1 meters, is the tallest brick minaret in the world, and the second tallest minar in India http://indiaphototour.com/custom-photo-tours-in-india/ #sightseeing #photowalk #monuments

via Delhi Food Yoga https://www.facebook.com/1450274638560492/photos/a.1460155927572363.1073741827.1450274638560492/1694829224105031/?type=3 Qutub Minar, at 75.1 meters, is the tallest brick minaret in the world, and the second tallest minar in India http://indiaphototour.com/custom-photo-tours-in-india/ #sightseeing #photowalk
#monuments

History of Jodhpur http://jodhpurfoodtour.com/#section-history-of-jodhpur Jodhpur was founded by Rao Jodha, the most famous chief of Rathore clan in 1459. The Rathores came to Pali, near present day Jodhpur after a bloody war with Afghan invaders. The leader, Rathore Siahaji married sister of a local prince which helped them get a foothold in the region. Within a few years, they gained control of Mandore and made it their capital. But by 1459, they felt the need for a bigger and more secure capital which led to the foundation of Jodhpur, the Sun City by Rao Jodha.

via Delhi Food Yoga https://www.facebook.com/1450274638560492/photos/a.1460155927572363.1073741827.1450274638560492/1653592011562086/?type=3 History of Jodhpur http://jodhpurfoodtour.com/#section-history-of-jodhpur Jodhpur was founded by Rao Jodha, the most famous chief of Rathore clan in 1459. The Rathores came to Pali, near present day Jodhpur after a bloody war with Afghan invaders. The leader, Rathore Siahaji married sister of a local prince which helped them get a foothold in the region. Within a few years, they gained control of Mandore and made it their capital. But by 1459, they felt the need for a bigger and more secure capital which led to the foundation of Jodhpur, the Sun City by Rao Jodha.