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The Monsoon Palace

By Michael Kurtz | 1 Comment » July 23rd, 2008

UDAIPUR, India – Shortly before dusk, we headed a few miles out of town to Sajjangarh, also known as the “Monsoon Palace,” the former residence of the region’s royal family that sits high on a hill overlooking Udaipur and provided us a stunning vantage point of the surrounding valley. See it all in today’s photo gallery.

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One Response to “The Monsoon Palace”

  1. LRao Says:

    hey Thushan and Michael, awesome pictures of Rajasthan… and the rest. I always look up your travel pics… very nicely done.

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