Birla Mandir or Birla Temple in Jaipur is popular among tourists despite not being a heritage temple. It was built by Hindustan Charitable Trust and opened for public only in 1988.
The first picture also captures the silhouette of people; the second one doesn’t.
Clicked during evening time, almost an hour before sunset and shot with a Circular Polarizer filter mounted on the lens; making it perfect for the theme Half-Light.
Birla Temple faces west direction and none of these two pictures have captured the building of the Temple. These pictures face away from the temple towards the setting Sun. A separate post on Birla Temple will follow soon.
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