The Great Indian Desert - A Photo Journey by Kristian Bertel

The Great Indian Desert - A Photo Journey by Kristian Bertel  The Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, straddles the border between northwestern India and eastern Pakistan. Situated between the Indus and Sutlej river valleys on the west and the Aravali Range on the e Nothing can prepare the visitor for the sheer magic and brilliance of the desert cities of Rajasthan. The camel rides on the sand dunes are an unforgettable experience as are the sunsets. These places boast of some very fine reminders of the glorious past - palaces, forts, temples and other elegant monuments of architectural and historical value and unforgettable treat for any visitor.The photos you see in this blog post are protographed by Kristian Bertel.See more of Kristian's photos on his website: http://www.kristianbertel.dk

The Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, straddles the border between northwestern India and eastern Pakistan. Situated between the Indus and Sutlej river valleys on the west and the Aravali Range on the east.



The Great Indian Desert - A Photo Journey by Kristian Bertel  The Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, straddles the border between northwestern India and eastern Pakistan. Situated between the Indus and Sutlej river valleys on the west and the Aravali Range on the e Nothing can prepare the visitor for the sheer magic and brilliance of the desert cities of Rajasthan. The camel rides on the sand dunes are an unforgettable experience as are the sunsets. These places boast of some very fine reminders of the glorious past - palaces, forts, temples and other elegant monuments of architectural and historical value and unforgettable treat for any visitor.The photos you see in this blog post are protographed by Kristian Bertel.See more of Kristian's photos on his website: http://www.kristianbertel.dk

 Nothing can prepare the visitor for the sheer magic and brilliance of the desert cities of Rajasthan. The camel rides on the sand dunes are an unforgettable experience as are the sunsets. These places boast of some very fine reminders of the glorious past - palaces, forts, temples and other elegant monuments of architectural and historical value and unforgettable treat for any visitor.

The photos you see in this blog post are photographed by Kristian Bertel.
See more of Kristian's photos on his website: http://www.kristianbertel.dk

Comments

Brilliant Photographs Kristian ! Keep sharing the wonderful Photo Journey from various parts of the world you have explored !
Vibha said…
Lovely pictures. Especilly love the sand dunes...

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