The old town of #Udaipur is anchored around #jagdishtemple which was a calming and joyous and marbled hard with rain depending on when we visited which we did several times in respite and reflection from the city and travels, and was one of the temples on the whole trip you would without mither for money or hawking with false favour or friendship. In fact the priest who lives here was one of the people on the trip I spoke with freely and without follow up of any kind. Which was nice. #india
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The black bundles here are bats bats amazing big fat leathery bats that were a treat to see flying around the lakes and trees each night! #udaipur
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Udaipur was a beautiful half way point, it opened things up and cleared our lungs. Their was space and air and sky to see and although like the Ganges I wouldn’t/couldn’t/ shouldn’t swim in this water the idea that I was at least by some made my soul gladder! #waterbabe#watersign#scorpio#udaipur
#Udaipur is a lake city with the largest palace in #Rajatstan while #Jaipur was pink and #Varanasi all shades of neon and grey, Udaipur feels brighter and bluer though I know the blue city is yet to come in #jodhpur After the epic devotion of Varanasi and Jaipur which feels like it’s chasing its heritage back to the future and catching itself backwards at a thousand miles per hour, Udaipur felt calm and airy and slower! As with all #India (and wherever I go) I love the lines and structures and infrastructure, and it’s here I became obsessed with the epic variety and ingenuity of how to create any number of businesses from the same cube retail slot! I want a gridded book that I can create numerous business designs all of which will fit in the space 1/8 the size of a shipping container! Like real life brick Tetris just walking about and looking at the buildings and businesses slotted and shackled together is great!
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This fort, the vibes & with you you I feel like it’s a fairy tale romance! 🍂
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Window to life :)
Each one of us looks at the world differently. Depends on how we've taught to look at it, on the choices we've made that build our perceptions and maybe even on how we're expected to look at things. Some of us are given the freedom to look at life from whichever window we want to. But others are only given one window/standard through which they have to perceive things.
What we're told/shown/taught while growing up, in some way forms our belief system. Beta that uncle looks scary so you shouldn't talk to him. Or beti that girl isn't dressed appropriately so for sure she's not going to be a good influence on you. As kids we believe what's told to us and mostly we carry those ideas to our adult life as well. It's not necessary that those things are always right. What if we look at the uncle from a different window and find out that he's lost his grandchild and is just trying to look for him frantically and in that process others think that he's dangerous. Or what if that girl is the best friend anyone can have but just because she has her own style of dressing she's being labelled inappropriately. .
These examples are really silly, but my point here is that we get stuck to one way of thinking! Oh we've been told so, so that's all we're going to believe and follow. Where is your own way of understanding life? Take a minute and see if you've really tried to understand the world in your own special way first! Maybe you'll find something beautiful right there that you've been ignoring for so long :) Try and open all the windows to truly know what's going on outside. One small peak through one tiny window isn't the true meaning of what the world is. Life needs to be seen with an open mind and a strong but loving heart. There is good everywhere! But we should first be ready to see it :) So let go of the inhibitions and break out!