Indian city dwellers often refer nostalgically to "simple village life." City artists portray colorfully garbed village women gracefully carrying water pots on their heads, and writers describe isolated rural settlements unsullied by the complexities of modern urban civilization. Social scientists of the past wrote of Indian villages as virtually self-sufficient communities with few ties to the outside world.
In actuality, Indian village life is far from simple. Each village is connected through a variety of crucial horizontal linkages with other villages and with urban areas both near and far. Most villages are characterized by a multiplicity of economic, caste, kinship, occupational, and even religious groups linked vertically within each settlement. Factionalism is a typical feature of village politics. in one of the first of the modern anthropological studies of Indian village life, anthropologist Oscar Lewis called this complexity "rural cosmopolitans
Day 1 : Delhi Photo walk : Meet and greet at IGI and transfer to Hotel. Proceed for Delhi Photo walk. Scheduled to click the slum area within Delhi. O/n Hotel
Day 2 : Delhi Street Photography covering busy markets such as Chadni Chowk, Connaught Place, Nehru Place, Spice Market etc. Evening board train to Udaipur. O/n Train
Day 3 : Udaipur Photo walk : Udaipur is a tourist place in Rajasthan but yea has a good prospect of Travel photography, portraits shots. O/n Hotel
Day 4 : Udaipur – Rishabhdeo : Distance between is 65 Kms and offers a good scope to click the Rajasthani lifestyle and portraits.
Day 5 : Rishabdeo Photo walk
Day 6 : Dungarpur : Dungarpur is a city in the southernmost part of Rajasthan state of India. Yet untouched by the modern civilization
Day 7 : Photography at Dungarpur
Day 8 :Banswara : Banswara is a city in Banswara District in south Rajasthan in India. Banswara princely state was founded by Maharawal Jagmal Singh.
Day 09 : Photography at Banswara.
Day 10 : Early Morning drive towards Udaipur. 160 Kms from Banswara. Directly proceed towards a village called Nagada (21 kms from Udaipur). Catch late night train to Jaipur.
Day 11 : Jaipur street photography. Offers an excellent option portrait the royal side of Rajasthani culture. Very commercialized and capital city of Rajasthan. Dinner at Chowki dhani resort which offers Rajasthani cultural activities and dances. O/n Hotel
Day 12 : Jaipur – Bagura village excursion tour : Bagru is a small village near Jaipur, famous for its block printing. Evening Hit the highway leading towards Delhi.
Day 13 : Delhi IGI : Drop at Airport for onward journey to home town. Tour ends.
Note : Not only the travelers interested in Photography, we encourage general travelers to join us for Rajasthan Village Tour.
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