Focal Point: 12 Pictures of the Most Beautiful Lake in India

I thought I would take this opportunity to post some of my best pictures from Udaipur and the most beautiful lake I’ve been to in India. That is before I continue to rant about the Taj Lake Palace. Stay tuned for that, but in the mean time enjoy these snaps. 

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AMEX Centurion Lounge – DFW
Lufthansa Business Class Lounge DFW
Lufthansa A330 Business DFW-Frankfurt
Lufthansa Business Lounge Gate B21
Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge – Frankfurt
Lufthansa A380 Business Frankfurt – Delhi
Holiday Inn – New Delhi Int’l Airport
Air India Economy Delhi – Udaipur
Taj Lake Palace – Udaipur (PART 1): Arrival to Dinner
Taj Lake Palace – Udaipur (PART 2): Sunrise to Checkout
Focal Point: Lake Pichola
Hyatt Regency New Delhi
Air India Business Class Lounge – Intl Departures T3
Plaza Premium Lounge – Intl Departures T3
Air India 777 Business Class Delhi – Hyderabad
Westin Mindspace – Hyderabad
Focal Point: Golconda Fort
Focal Point: Raitu Bazaar
Plaza Premium Lounge – Hyderabad Intl Airport
British Airways Club World Hyderabad-London
No. 1 Lounge London-Heathrow T3
BA Galleries Lounge Heathrow – Terminal 3
AA 777W Business Class London – DFW


Udaipur is located in the the largest Indian state: Rajasthan, which is located in the northwestern corner of India. Udaipur has many nicknames including the “City of Lakes” and the “Venice of the East” owing to 5 large man-made lakes being situated in the city proper. The most prominent of these lakes is Lake Pichola, which features many of the city’s major palaces and attractions. I didn’t get a chance to see too much of the city, but I did enjoy some of the finest golden hours over Lake Pichola.
Here are some of my best shots from Udaipur and Lake Pichola:

City of Udaipur as seen from the Lake Palace

India is one of the finest and safest destinations for photographers. I guarantee there is no better place to be to see and capture the drastic contrast in landscapes, culture, geography, and people.

 

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Have you ever been to India? I would love to hear about your experiences.

2 Comments

    1. Teja

      While I agree that it isn’t as safe as Europe in every area. India is extremely safe in the touristy areas. It goes without saying that female travelers should avoid walking around at odd times almost anywhere. For its size and population, India doesn’t really have much in terms of petty crimes compared to places like Italy.

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