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Não é a toa que o moço lá de cima nos fez com impressão digital, única e exclusiva! Eu mesmo nao sou igual a ninguém! Hoje com a maravilhosa @maricilda , que me deu coragem para usar o primeiro turbante rs... e viva a diversidade!! #amo #homemdeturbante #olhosverdes #greeneyes #turbanedman

Pottery is one of the oldest human inventions, originating before the Neolithic period. An ancient craft, it is one of the oldest in Rajasthan while Blue pottery of Jaipur is the most exquisite and best known. Owing its origin to Persia, it was introduced in Jaipur in the mid 19th century. The descendants of the very first potters still practice the craft. The pottery has distinct appearances. The materials used are Multani clay or fuller's earth, quartz, raw glaze, and sodium sulfate. Once the piece is made, partly in molds and partly on the wheels, the artist draws the designs with a soft brush on the surface using a copper sulfate pigment for turquoise blue and a cobalt oxide pigment for deep blue. The piece is then fired carefully in the kiln. In the picture: a potter carefully hand crafting a clay pot on a wheel.
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A moustache is nothing to be sneezed at in Rajasthan. Men take great pride in their mustache; in fact a man without a mustache in Rajasthan is a rare sight indeed. Various cultures developed different associations with moustaches, and to a Rajasthani man, his mustache became a mark of his virility. While the turban, also called a 'safa' is a headdress worn by men in the state, indicates the occasion it is being worn for. Originally people in Rajasthan wore a cloth around their head to keep it cool. Later it came to be a symbol of status, pride and part of the Rajasthani attire.
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In the picture - A traditionally dressed Rajasthani man, living large off his moustache and the turban!
PC - The legitimate owner.
#turban #safa #rajasthaniturban #rajasthaniattire #turbanstyles #people #culture #style #dapper #moustache #travelphoto #tradition #turbanedman #ruralrajasthan #ruralindia #ruralindiandiaries #travelphoto #traveller #photography #incredibleindia #rajasthan #india #travelplan #travelplanindia

Vintage cars make a classy appearance in Jaipur. More than a hundred vintage cars are ruling the roads of the pink city this week with the ongoing 19th Vintage car rally. Hosted by the Rajputana Automotive Sports Car Club, cars of models from 1923 to 1939, and the ones made between 1940 and 1959 are participating from all across Rajasthan, Delhi and Mumbai. The Vintage and Classic Cars Rally in Jaipur is held annually in the state capital bringing together vintage car collectors from different parts of the country.
#vintagecarrally #jaipur9 #vintage #car #rally #classy #exhibition #royal #extravagant #people #culture #men #turbanedman #inspiration #tradition #fairsandfestival #travelphoto #tradition #indiandiaries #wanderlust #photoblog #travelphoto #travel #traveller #photography #incredibleindia #jaimahalpalace #jaipur #rajasthan #india #travelplan #travelplanindia

As the change of season brings about a drop in the temperature, men gathered around a bonfire to keep warm as the winter evening settles into the desert land of Rajasthan, while exchanging stories, the old school way.
#bornfire #campfire #people #culture #men #rajasthanimen #winterevenings #oldschool #storytelling #travelphoto #tradition #turbanedman #ruralrajasthan #ruralindia #ruralindiandiaries #wanderlust #photoblog #travelphoto #traveller #photography #incredibleindia #rajasthan #india #travelplan #travelplanindia

Pottery is one of the oldest human inventions, originating before the Neolithic period. An ancient craft, it is one of the oldest in Rajasthan while Blue pottery of Jaipur is the most exquisite and best known. Owing its origin to Persia, it was introduced in Jaipur in the mid 19th century. The descendants of the very first potters still practice the craft. The pottery has distinct appearances. The materials used are Multani clay or fuller's earth, quartz, raw glaze, and sodium sulfate. Once the piece is made, partly in molds and partly on the wheels, the artist draws the designs with a soft brush on the surface using a copper sulfate pigment for turquoise blue and a cobalt oxide pigment for deep blue. The piece is then fired carefully in the kiln. In the picture: a potter carefully hand crafting a clay pot on a wheel.
#pottery #handcrafted #localartisan #craft #people #culture #tradition #turbanedman #ruralrajasthan #ruralindia #ruralindiandiaries #travelphoto #traveller #photography #incredibleindia #rajasthan #india #travelplan #travelplanindia

'Kalbelia' is one of the most sensuous dance forms of Rajasthan. Performed by the snake charmers community, they represent the creative adaptation of snake charmers. The dancers are women swirling in flowing black skirts, replicating the movements of a serpent. While the men accompany by singing and playing the instruments. 'Kalbelia' songs are based on stories taken from folklore and mythology. These songs and dances are part of an oral tradition that has been handed down generations and for which there are neither texts nor training manuals! In 2010, the Kalbelia folk songs and dances of Rajasthan were declared a part of its Intangible Heritage List by the UNESCO.
#folkdance #folkmusic #rajasthanidance #kalbelia #folklore #mythology #sensuous #danceform #snakecharmers #community #people #culture #style #tradition #turbanedman #ruralrajasthan #ruralindia #ruralindiandiaries #travelphoto #traveller #photography #incredibleindia #rajasthan #india #travelplan #travelplanindia

The expression of 'Khamagani', the Rajasthani way of greeting, is said to be as old as the empire itself. Known to have originated in Rajasthan in the early 15th century, the word 'Khamaghani' means 'greetings' in the local dialect and is accompanied by the gesture of folded hands. Typical to Rajasthan, it is similar to saying Hello or Namaste. So each time someone folds his hands and slightly bows to say 'Khamaghani', he is only respectfully greeting you.
Hola from Rajasthan! 🙏🏻
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Rajasthan, living large off the moustache!
A moustache is nothing to be sneezed at in Rajasthan. Men take great pride in their mustache; in fact it is the fountain hood of their very maleness. A man without a mustache in Rajasthan is a rare sight indeed. Various cultures developed different associations with moustaches, while to a Rajasthani man, his mustache is a mark of his virility.
#people #culture #style #dapper #moustache #travelphoto #tradition #turbanedman #ruralrajasthan #ruralindia #ruralindiandiaries #travelphoto #traveller #photography #incredibleindia #rajasthan #india #travelplan #travelplanindia

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