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12 Photographs that will take you back to the Old Jaipur


When you see the Jaipur city today, it is all modernized and developed. You get to see well-built roads, classy flyovers, multi-storey buildings, furnished apartments, malls and booming infrastructure. Fancy bikes, luxury cars and other motor vehicles run on the roads with some occasional camel or elephant passing by in the city area. But this wasn’t the scene some hundred years ago.

Here we bring you 12 photographs that will take you back to old times in the Jaipur city. These photographs have been captured by Rajasthan’s first photographer Oodey Ram Ghodela some 100 years ago. Check them out – 

1. The Old Jeypore City

the old jeypore

2.Maharaja’s elephants

Elephant

3. The Locals of Old Jaipur

the Locals of Old Jaipur

4. Maharaja’s elephant car in old Johari Bazaar 

Maharaja

5. Age Old Architecture

elephant

6. Camels on the old bazaar street

camel

7. Walled city of Jaipur

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8. Chandpole Bazaar

chandpol

9. Livelihood of people in old times and the hills in the backdrop

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10. Building in the Palace complex

building

11. Old lanes, common people and their lifestyle

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12. Man driving a bullock cart

old men

 

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