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Waiting for his princess...

At the magnificent City Palace of Udaipur, I saw this guy staring intently out of the window as if he was waiting for someone or something to happen. I was instantly reminded of all the fairy tales of the Princesses staring out of the window and waiting for the handsome Prince to rescue them from the clutches of evil.


I don't know why there are not many stories of the Prince being rescued by the Princess and I don't see why that cannot happen. I think its unfair!


I'm assuming this man has his own set of issue and problems in life (who doesn't?) and is waiting for someone (his princess) to rescue him from all of these OR may be he is just a security guard doing a good job of keeping a keen eye on the happenings around :)




About Udaipur:


Udaipur also known as the City of Lakes, is a city, a Municipal Council and the administrative headquarters of the Udaipur district in the state of Rajasthan in western India. It is located 403 kilometres (250 mi) southwest of the state capital, Jaipur and 250 kilometres (155 mi) northeast from Ahmedabad. Udaipur was the historic capital of the former kingdom of Mewar in Rajputana Agency.


About Rajasthan

Rājasthān (the land of colours[1]) the land of Rajasthanis, is the largest state of the Republic of India by area. It encompasses most of the area of the large, inhospitable Great Indian Desert (Thar Desert), which has an edge paralleling the Sutlej-Indus river valley along its border with Pakistan. The state is bordered by Pakistan to the west, Gujarat to the southwest, Madhya Pradesh to the southeast, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana to the northeast and Punjab to the north. Rajasthan covers an area of 132,150 sq mi or 342,239 km². The proportion of the state's total area to the total area of the country is 10.41 per cent.


Jaipur is the capital and the largest city of the state. Geographical features include the Thar Desert along north-western Rajasthan and the termination of the Ghaggar River near the archaeological ruins at Kalibanga, which are the oldest in the subcontinent discovered so far.


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Taken on March 10, 2011