Monday, March 04, 2013

Lasting Memories


Writing this post as part of “100 words on a Saturday”, a prompt hosted by a very talented blogger, Corinne through her blog, Everyday Gyaan.


Udaipur was always the place on my must-visit list. Infact, the first picture I pinned on Pinterest was of Udaipur.

Two day trip was a dream come true and would never have been the same without my friend and her family, the most gracious hosts.


City Palace



Cable-car ride to Karni Mata temple at the hill top

 Chit-chatting at Fateh Sagar Lake



Jagdish Temple

Jaisamand



Congested by-lanes 



Udaipur is a delight! And whenever I want to take a trip down the memory lane, I just look at this. 

Jag Mandir from the hill top.
 





Memories like these make life worthwhile. :-)

28 comments:

  1. Udaipur is certainly a delight ! I loved visiting the place ! I think travel memories are the best of all !

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    1. It sure is! I think I am gonna visit again. :-)

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  2. Wow, lovely pictures. I have visited Udaipur only once and that too in a rush. Need to visit at leisure :).

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    1. Its worth every minute you spend there. Thanks for dropping by Rachna!

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  3. Cool...thanks for the tour.

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    1. All my pleasure! Thanks for visiting my space Janaki!

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  4. I got the virtual tour in this post...Thanks for sharing..

    http://lovelybusybee.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you so very much Janika! You must visit the place. Its beautiful.

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  5. This is lovely, Naina. Friends help us to make great memories. I hope to visit Jaipur sometime soon. The pictures are great.
    Thanks for taking up the prompt!

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    1. Indeed Corinne. Thank you for the prompt.
      I have been to Jaipur as well. I feel Udaipur scores better!

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  6. Gosh, I did read the post, can't believe I typed Jaipur twice - we've been discussing a trip to Rajasthan - but that's no excuse. My apologies. :)

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    1. That's ok Corinne! Would love to know your experience of Udaipur.

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  7. Thanks for sharing Udaipur with us. It's on my places to see list.

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    1. Glad to share my experience Suzy! And thanks for dropping by!

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  8. Nice.. :)

    I always wanted to go to Udaipur n looks like I just might one of these days :)

    Thanks for this post.. great pics too :)

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  9. You must! Shall look forward to what you have to say about the place.:-)

    Thanks for dropping by!

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  10. Enjoyed the pics thanks! India is on my wish list ...seeing the pics makes it more real somehow!
    Best wishes,
    Susan (South Africa)

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    1. Thanks Susan!

      And you must visit India. About time I say! :-)

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  11. When I was in Delhi I missed visiting udaipur
    Have been to jai pur but heard udaipur is no match
    It definitely is in my must visit list
    Hope I plan it

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    1. Hey Afshan, yes Udaipur is no match. There are lakes and lakes all around and it all makes it so beautiful. You should plan a visit!

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  12. Have always wanted to visit India. Dropping in from the A to Z blogfest.

    JO ON FOOD, MY TRAVELS AND A SCENT OF CHOCOLATE

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  13. Then you must, Jo!

    And thanks very much for dropping by. Looking forward to reading you in the blogfest! :-)

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  14. What a beautiful place! Love the pics!

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    1. Glad you liked them Luana! Thanks very much. :-)

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  15. The last picture is such a delight. All are actually, but that one has me mesmerized. Wonderful post!

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  16. It looks and sounds like a wonderful place to visit! Great photos!

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