The Jodhpur streets are pretty cool. Likewise, the blue color symbolizes the calming effect.
Exploring the streets of Jodhpur is not about spotting any particular color moreover a collection of calming colors in total.
I believe that every street has characters and emotions. When you went on exploring, then stories begin to unfold.
Through the street walk, I remembered Delhi’s Jama Masjid & Old Delhi Heritage Walk.
It was a Saturday winter morning at around 7 a.m. The streets were quiet. We walked around for an hour and two with a local person, and I ended up knowing a lot of things about Delhi’s Jama Masjid. Later, we proceeded towards the Old Delhi streets that starts to become crowded at 10 a.m. Being a Delhite, on that day, I was like a tourist in Delhi. The more I explored the streets, the more Information and Knowledge I was able to gather.
My point here is how badly you wanted to know about a place and its surroundings. If the answer would be a YES, then the streets have the secrets of their respective cities.
I believe that’s enough of talking about other cities.
Let me take you on the Jodhpur streets virtually.
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20 Photos of Jodhpur streets for a Colorful Exploration
1. Spotting Multicolor doors
The Jodhpur streets have Multicolor eye-soothing doors that will make you look and cherish for hours.
I am sure enough that colors will play a role in making you explore and discover more. Exploring the Jodhpur Streets is among the things that you can do in your 48hrs in Jodhpur.
You will generate curiosity of exploring till the farthest point possible, and that’s the magic of colors.
2. Faces Behind the Places
You will agree with me that local faces make a place.
Anyone would not even prefer to go to a place where there’s no local’s human settlement.
Human brings emotions, characters, experience and most important the stories. Everyone has a story to tell.
Nobody knows a place better than the natives of that place.
I remembered an excellent example where a local guided me to a place that is still the most pleasant I had ever been.
While on a trip to Kinnaur, I had an additional day left. I enquired around, and a local suggested I go to Chitkul. The people there called it a Switzerland because of the gorgeous surroundings that place beholds. I was not satisfied by one person’s opinion so, I asked others. Other people suggested the same and also guided how to reach Chitkul from Kalpa.
If I hadn’t asked locals, I was not able to Know about Chitkul at that time. The additional day would have been wasted or not utilized properly.
I hope that the point is crystal clear. The locals are the assets behind any place.
3. People Indulged in Activities
There’s a sense of delight in clicking when people are engaged in their regular activities.
I assume that you may have observed people when they are doing their work passionately. The dedication could be seen not only on the faces rather the body language itself expresses a lot.
Photographing when people are indulged in their regular activity provides peace of mind that the story needs to be shared.
I am glad that I had captured the story on the Jodhpur Streets.
Two friends could be seen where one is helping another in getting over the wall. Then, the second one itself passes over the house wall.
There’s satisfaction in the scene where helping each other is the only way to proceed. I believe that life demands the same helpful environment.
5. Identifying Share-Worthy Locations
It’s the perspective that creates a snapshot share-worthy.
While you are in Jodhpur city, you can identify numerable Insta worth locations. The blue city of India not only has streets to discover but witnessing Sunset in Jodhpur would also be a soulful experience.
The streets of Jodhpur are filled with attractive colors, and you already know what’s required to be done further!
While I talk about streets, I recalled the Jodhpur Street foods.
When you are done with the exploration of the Jodhpur Streets.
Or even in-between your exploration, you can taste some mouth-watering street food in Jodhpur.
Some of the street foods and the places to try from –
Pyaz Kachori from Shahi Samosa or Janta Sweeet home on Nai Sadak.
Shahi Samosa from Shahi Samosa Shop nearby to the Clock Tower on Nai Sadak.
Mirchi Vada from Shahi Samosa on Nai Sadak.
Motu jalebi Wala
Rabri from Shri Mishrilal Hotel near Clock Tower
All of these places mentioned above are present at a walkable distance from each other.
I am assured that these street foods will complete your appetite.
I believe that this short article had inspired you to explore the Jodhpur streets and capturing stunning images. While you make your way forward in exploration and don’t forget to try some of the Jodhpur Street foods.