Doors of Jojawar

 

Jojawar is a fairly small community in the Rajasthan region of India.  We spent several days here and I really enjoyed this part of our trip.  It's a more traditional community than many of the others we visited, with, for example many men in Jojawar having beards and wearing turbins — something you don't see much of in India's bigger cities anymore. 

 As I was sorting through my images from this community it became clear that there were many interesting doors in this small community, which is the theme of today's blog.

I hope to share more stories from Jojawar with you in the future. 

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Some fine old doors there Doc ! 😀

D'you know they are bring prised out and sold as architectural salvage - often at high prices - to be mounted in hotels, houses as feature walls ? Otherwise I guess new owners would cast them out for firewood 😱

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