The desrt state of Rajasthan where camels pull in the picturesque backdrop of ancient forts and Palaces.
A small procession led by local band, carrying small cart of 'Ghewar' sweets and clothes...various shots.
Ladies on swings with backdrop of dark monsoon clouds.
Amber Fort of Jaipur, its lake full of water, people boating.
'Hawa Mahal' Palace of Winds Jaipur.
Camels pulling carts along a picturesue road on the outskirts of Jaipur.
Start of Teep procession..elephants out of Maharaja City Palace.
Various shots of elephants, crowds, start of Procession etc.
Camalein he procession
An empty Victoria coah fllowed by old bullock coaches.
Back GV of the procession, vast crowds.
Performers in the procession, show swordmanship etc.
Image of God ss Parvati carried on palanquin...various shots, Palanquin bearers etc.
PLS PUSH PROCESSING FOR ONE STOP. ON ROLL NUMBER 2.
HEAVY, RAIN AND DARK CLOUDS LIMUTED THE COVERAGE.
TELECINE SLIDE SEVICE; shots of Amber MX FORT AND HAWA MAHAL (Palace of Winds) Jaipur in Roll 1 for you.
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Background: The desrt state of Rajasthan where camels pull in the picturesque backdrop of ancient forts and Palaces. As Monsoon comes, the lakes are full of much needed water and it gets green around. The front of the Palace of Winds in Jaipur is clean having been washed but the nature's bountiful rain, Ladies in the villages take to the swings in the backdrop of dark Monsoon clouds.
In Jaipur thousands assemble in the streets to watch the famed procession of Godess parvati. The procession is taken out from the former Maharaja of Jaipur's City Palace and still retains some of the old world charm. They all come to pray to Godess Parvati for bountiful rains, women pray for long life to their husbands while young girls wish for '''good ''' husbands! Leading the procession this year were elephants decorated as usual in their best colourful ware from the former Royal Palace. Following the camels came camels. Then followed some of the ancient coaches and bullock coaches in which once sat the royalty of Jaipur. There were bands in the procession and of course the Image of Godess Parvati, carried on a palanquin by bearers dressed in red. But as the procession got half way through a sudden dark heavy cloud burst came and broke it up.