I’m back with another travel post and this is the last destination of Rajasthan. It’s Chittorgarh. Yay!! I was so excited to reach this place. It has so many historical figures which is most exciting and attractive part of this place. So many stories, old beautiful buildings, Mehel, temple, pond, jungle and what not. This place has many strong individuals, women like Rani Padmini and Meera Bai. I was thrilled to see these forts and places and to listen to the stories behind them…padmawati ka jauhar and rakhshako ki saugandh.
Blended in these stories ,I almost forgot to take photos of my full outfit for the blog, but had taken so many pictures from places. Thanks to the guide bhaiya, he was sweet, genuine and fully filled with his stories. We had an amazing time.
For my styling without a doubt i made my mind to go with ethnic look. Wore a short kurti & hot pink dhoti and layered it multicoloured koti/ jacket. It was comfy yet full of Rajasthani touch because it was colourful and ethnic and I felt like belonging to this place from ages. And Rajasthan is famous for its bright colours and ethnicity.
Added bling by having my all time favourite silver oxidized Jhumki. In the end i was so tired due to traveling… the whole day along and as you can see it.. my skin looks tan 🙁
Rajasthan is a place full of strong sun exposer. For makeup it was bit difficult to manage, so I went with minimal makeup.
Rajasthan, I’m in love with you, you are wild, classy, royal and fun.
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Hope you people have enjoyed this trip through my lens.
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