Jaipur is the largest city in the northwestern desert province of Rajasthan. It was built in the eighteenth century by Maharaja Jai Singh II and was India’s first planned city. In 1876, Maharaja Ram Singh painted the entire city pink (the color of hospitality) to welcome the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) to the city. It’s not far from Agra and the Amber Fort. I attended Mass here as well.

Jaipur Summer Palace

Inside Tomb

Tomb Full View

City Palace Reflected in Silver

Peacock Gate Design

Yellow Gate

Jaipur Building

Kids Run Candy Store

Developing Film

Jaipur Building

Jaipur Catholic Church

Royal Tomb

Wall Fable

Wall War Fable

Shiva in Tree

Tomb with Crows

Dirty River

Bird Staring Into Deep Well

Jaipur Street

Rifle Circle

City Museum

Woman and Peacock on Wall

English Royalty Visit


Snake Charmer

Dramatic Restaurant Introduction

Pink Police Box

Minarets, Gasoline, Bicycle, Rickshaw, and Saris

Visiting Mary

Jaipur Catholic School

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