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.