Udaipur Instagram Diaries

I clicked a ton of pictures through my phone . Some I shared on instagram and some I didn’t. So sharing a lot of moments from our trip last week. :))

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jet connect plane looks like a toy plane :P; the entrance at the lake palace; I click you, you click me :P; first view of the floating beauty.

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Jag Mahal at night, cheers, changed nail paint while catching the view of the lake, indulged!

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lounging with Richa, taking a twist, our driver Brij Ji very stylishly dressed in Jodhpuris, tourists at the monsoon palace

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dosa with a twist, orange muffin, tried playing chess with a master and lost the game… obviously :P , a beautiful carved elephant adding to the glory of Taj Lake Palace lobby.

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trying to stand stable at a super height of the monsoon palace, a gracious gift by Maharana to the people of Mewar, artists at work at an art gallery we visited, the romantic boat rides.

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one of the many fresh flower decorations at the palace, evening tea, after the tip, snacks during the Rajasthani dance.

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a gorgeous mirror work painting, sigh! the beauty, I love clicking doors, Jiva spa

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The beautiful Udayvilas. 
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Us :), my poha!! :D, idlis made to perfection, keema paranthas and lal mas were the fav things on the menu.

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the stunning lily pond, just reached, playing with the water, crystals around my neck.

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a beautiful stone urli, dinner table, view from the room, arm candy on the way back

Image (1)best ginger ale, the last lunch, refreshments, good bye! :)

 

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26 Responses to Udaipur Instagram Diaries

  1. Jazz says:

    That was a wonderful journey of your vacation through pictures, loved it. :-)

  2. Rajani says:

    heyyy Rati :)
    awesome click :) :D

  3. Deepika says:

    lovely rati… its a festival to our eyes to go throug all the pics… it feels that we are physically present there through ur pics….. And ur the beauty giving competition to Taj beauty :-)

  4. Ushma says:

    Bookmarking this and the rest of Udaipur wali posts :) and so forwarding the links to my friends whom I have been nagging all the time to come and visit here!
    Gonna go and grab the ginger ale soon for sure! :)

    • Rati says:

      Haha! You are soo lucky to be staying in the city of lakes. You should totally drag your friends there. Thanks a ton! :))

  5. Dita says:

    Aah that pic that your are together, so nice

  6. Preethi R says:

    Loved all the Piccys. U r gorgeous and princess like…

    When u wind up your trip, I feel like my trip is coming to an end… So much visual treat u guys give us…. I’m already looking forward to ur next trip….

  7. shweta says:

    hi rati good pics… the plane that u say looks like a toy plane is one of the safest aircrfats of the world. Im a cabin crew instructor on tht aircraft along with airbus 300 and boeing 737.Its also a decompression proof aircraft. Having said that i know it looks cute .. and i was cheif cabin crew in jet on Atr for 5 yrs!
    TAke care…

    • Rati says:

      It’s so lovely to read your comment:) welcome aboard. I loved that plane. It was soo cute. Even the interiors were so pretty and cozy. :) on the way back i got a bit disappointed that my airindia flight dint look such cuters :p

      How was your experience ? :)

  8. Tara says:

    Lovely pics Rati :) very pretty look in skirt…have a Happieie Sunday!!

  9. Surabhi says:

    Ratiii..

    What a visual treat. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy your posts here on FP. Loved this post as well. :D

    Btw, did I tell you that I sent you an email sometime back and it bounced back :( I had seen you and Sanjeevji in my dreams and I saw that we all four (you two and we two) were sitting on a wooden bench surrounded by water all around…It was surreal, so pleasant that I knew I had to email you. So I did but sad it never reached you :(

    So nice to see you guys travelling and I can totally believe your experience at Taj. Have visited Taj several times in the past and love everything about them. I see your pics and then I sooooo soooo soooo wish to meet you sometime. You look adorable and that jhoola.. you love jhoolas.. don’t you..? ;) hihihihi.. I love them too :D

  10. Surbhi says:

    ur pics take us to a virtual vacation rati di. :-P all the pics r beautifully shot. :) i m hungry after seeing all the eatables in it. i tasted upma a few days back. didn’t like it at all. i guess the reason was that it was made in r mess. lol :-P u look beautiful in all the pics, esp the one where u r standing at the height of the palace. :)

  11. René says:

    Love the pics!

  12. Janhavi says:

    WOWWW lovved your trip piccies !!! Have so got to go back to rajasthan soon for a vacation ! But it is indeed a stunning state, where there is something interesting on every corner. loooooove the hotels and your clothes as always !!! mwah !

  13. sandhya says:

    Rati di i have never seen pictures telling stories in a better way than this! these pictures show your love for travle, culture and class like never before! I have always caled you a princess and these pictures only prove that you truly belong in a palace!!!!!!!!!!!! it also shows how much youa regoing to miss this place!!!!!!!!!!!! well so do we!

  14. Vijaya says:

    Hi Rati,
    Am one of the follower of makeupandbeauty.com. You and your husband are really doing a great job. Congrats on all your achievements.

  15. jomol says:

    Loved going through these pics :) he he Sanjeevji in taj robe :)

  16. Sweta says:

    Lovely pics Rati, I have been to Udaipur, but see the place though your camera lens makes me feel like going back and reliving the place and moment, AWESOME pics.

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