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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