About Jaipurthrumylens

Hi! I’m a blogger from Jaipur and Jaipurthrumylens is a blog on Jaipur.

I’m sure you must have heard about Jaipur, a city in Rajasthan, India; popular the world over as “The Pink City”.


Why Jaipurthrumylens?

Over the course of years, I had the opportunity to visit many other cities across the country. Having traveled around, I realized that Jaipur is unique vis–à–vis all other cities.

Jaipur encompasses a rich & unique culture that is hard to find in other cities. It has a very distinct flavor & feel, which draws regular visitors again and again! Every festival is celebrated with zest & fervor. The rich monumental legacy is certainly one of its kind with a long list including Amer Fort, Jal Mahal, and Hawa Mahal to name a few!


Find more of my blogs here-  Curated Experiences & Opinion

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There is so much to Jaipur that any combination of 26 alphabets will not be able to cover it all……Internet and guidebooks, Jaipur travel blogs are replete with information on Jaipur, most of which is quite a cliche.

Jaipurthrumylens is a blog on Jaipur. I have tried to bring forth the essence of this city in my own style. Everything in ” Jaipur thru my lens” revolves around the pictures, scenes, and stories from Jaipur.


I also curate bespoke heritage walking & cycle tours in Jaipur with an emphasis on immersive experience. Explorers love these tours and so do people who love architecture, heritage, history, and arts. If you wish to know more about these, you can connect with me via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/arv_jpr/

212 thoughts on “About Jaipurthrumylens

    1. I can only agree with you on this. 🙂
      I often wonder why people like Rajasthan? May be because of people? culture? heritage and legacy?… it’s hard to decide. May be it’s a combination of all. But the fact is that Rajasthan has very strong “flavor” and it tends to says for too long! 🙂 what do you think?

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  1. Wow! The photos are stunning 🙂 I’ve been planning to visit the golden triangle since long. But after visiting your blog, I think I’ll have to spend all the days of my trip in Jaipur itself 🙂

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    1. Thanks amruta! Rajasthan is quite involving. even though Jaipur can be explored in detail but I will suggest you few places if you let me know how much time you have reserved for the city. Rajasthan itself is huge, even I haven’t covered it all yet! 🙂

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      1. I agree. In fact not only Rajasthan , but our whole country is huge and magnificent and one needs a life time to cover all of it. I will trouble you when we finalize the trip, though. Right now its too hot to even step out of the house 🙂

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    1. Thanks Neha!… You’re too kind to label it as most beautiful blog. 🙂
      I’ll suggest you to plan your visit in winters -Oct -Feb period. Thanks for following and appreciating. 🙂

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  2. Having only read your About page, I can’t wait to find out more about beautiful Jaipur. The two photos and vivid description are enough to make me want to pack my bags and fly over there! Needless to say, I’m really looking forward to reading your posts and seeing your excellent photography. Have a lovely week, Arv. Millie

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    1. Thanks Millie for appreciating! I’m happy if these pictures made you think about planning a trip to Jaipur. it’s certainly one of it’s kind and a very popular city in India. why don’t you visit Jaipur? I’m sure you’ll love it. And you really love history, heritage and travel, Jaipur fits in perfectly for all three! Thanks for follow too Millie! 🙂


  3. Great to connect with your blog. I visited Jaipur with my 67 year old mother in the 1980s. I suppose we only saw the tourist places but she went on an elephant ride for the first time in her life. It’s wonderful to see the place through your eyes and fascinating photos.

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    1. Jaipur is one of the top rated tourist destination in India. The Amer elephant ride is immensely popular. Even though animal lobby is fighting to stop elephant ride, it’s a difficult choice.
      Jaipur has undergone dramatic change in last 30 years -grown manifold! Come and experience it again!
      In which part of the world do you reside?

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      1. I am from London but now live in the south of Spain. A rural life. Yes, I am beginning to think I should visit India again but I loved it so much in the 70 and 80s that I think I might get a shock.

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      2. Spain? That’s interesting. London is good too!
        I’m sure you’ll like India -again. The world has changed drastically everywhere in last 20-30 years so any comparison would be irrelevant. 🙂

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    1. Thank you Jennifer! I’m happy that you liked the pictures. I believe your trip to India must have been for work. No worries…there’s always next time. Do visit Jaipur whenever you’re in this part of the world….next time!! I’m sure You’ll love it! 🙂

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      1. You’re most welcome Arv. My trip to India wasn’t work related at all, just me solo traveling and meeting some bloggers from WordPress actually 🙂 I wrote some posts on it if you are interested in reading them 🙂 They are archived in January/February 2016. I have a friend getting married in Mumbai Feb 2017 and she wants me to come back so you never know!! 🙂

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      2. great to know Jennifer…The fact that meeting fellow bloggers was on your agenda itself shows that you like meeting people!!

        I’ll check out your post from archives. Another opportunity for India? well you’re lucky! Do visit Jaipur, then….if that’s possible!! I’ll show you around or suggest you places to visit and experience! 🙂

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  4. Hi there Mr. ARV ! I am glad you enjoyed my posts and thanks for the many likes. Honestly, I never been to India our any other Asian country,but, Franky I have a strong apt to visit. Happy to see your blog and great pictures and commitment. 🙂

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    1. Thanks for all the efforts to find option to like the picture. Well it’s a banner picture so WordPress doesn’t have such option! 😦
      Still you can check the post on cartist /Resurgent Rajasthan. That’s what this picture relates to
      You can admire complete autos with similar work. 🙂

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      1. Rajasthan has a story telling tradition called Kavad, it has very beautiful traditional way of drawing pictures and these pictures are kept in particular patterns I use these in both my story telling workshops and theater workshops.

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