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Instagram Image by Shruti Sivakumar (@shrutisivakumar) with caption : "#ThrowbackThursday to one of my favourite pictures I’ve clicked! 
The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, #Mumbai, 2012 :)" at Mumbai, India - 1694941075342761974
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to one of my favourite pictures I’ve clicked! The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, , 2012 :)

Instagram Image by Shruti Sivakumar (@shrutisivakumar) with caption : "I’ll be honest, I’m showing off exactly three things here:

1. The kemp Jewellery that’s available at @rasicreations. Ch" at Chennai, India - 1692162983859672817
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I’ll be honest, I’m showing off exactly three things here: 1. The kemp Jewellery that’s available at @rasicreations. Check it out if you haven’t already. 2. My mehendi which I absolutely love 3. This beautiful silk saree 😍 about the not so slyy mom’s business page promotions 🤷🏻‍♀️ a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do 😋 . . . . . . .

Instagram Image by Shruti Sivakumar (@shrutisivakumar) with caption : "I picked up this pretty #candle holder from Johri Bazar, #Jaipur. This bustling street was filled with coloured #kolhapu" at Johri Bazar - 1691491982486499533
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I picked up this pretty holder from Johri Bazar, . This bustling street was filled with coloured , beautiful , pretty like these and the famed Jaipur Razaai! This area is also what you call the - Jaipur. No prizes for guessing, all the buildings in this area are pink, and the city itself is a few centuries old! Back then the kings were sensible enough to lay big wide roads that can even now hold the traffic and population. Sigh. I wish we could time travel and timenap the artists and planners of those times. It would make our lives so much more beautiful and convenient! ❤️ . . . . .

Instagram Image by Shruti Sivakumar (@shrutisivakumar) with caption : "Ganesh Pol, Amber Fort.

The depiction of the Hindu God, Ganesha and the classic vegetable dye painting famous to Rajast" at Amber Fort - 1689307888629416011
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Ganesh Pol, Amber Fort. The depiction of the Hindu God, Ganesha and the classic vegetable dye painting famous to Rajasthan, along with the symmetrical patterns and the flowers you see in most Mughal art and architecture. This majestic entrance is a confluence of Mughal and Rajputi architectural styles. It was built in honour of the Mughal Emperors in whose armies the Maharajas of Jaipur served. . . . . . . @passionpassport

Instagram Image by Shruti Sivakumar (@shrutisivakumar) with caption : "This doorway inside the inner courtyard of the City Palace has a wave like pattern and is dedicated to the Hindu God, Ga" at City Palace, Jaipur - 1686110563576821001

This doorway inside the inner courtyard of the City Palace has a wave like pattern and is dedicated to the Hindu God, Ganesha. The green is suggestive of the spring season. • Tip: If you’re making a trip to Jaipur on a time crunch and wondering what to skip, please by all means strike out Albert Hall Museum from your things to see list. It’s one of the top things to see and do in Jaipur, but I promise you you wouldn’t have missed out on much. Also, Rajasthani Food is so spicy 😭 . . . . . . @passionpassport

Instagram Image by Shruti Sivakumar (@shrutisivakumar) with caption : "City Palace, Jaipur

The inner courtyard of the City Palace has four beautiful doorways, each dedicated to a season and " at City Palace, Jaipur - 1685454260512578805

City Palace, Jaipur The inner courtyard of the City Palace has four beautiful doorways, each dedicated to a season and a Hindu God. The door pictured here has lotus motifs apparently representing summer, and is dedicated to Goddess Devi. • Also, there are two categories of tickets available at the City Palace. One they call a museum ticket and another that allows you to visit the private quarters of the royal family. The museum ticket priced at ₹150 is enough to see these doors and look around the courtyards and museums. The ₹2000 ticket is needed only if you want to visit the private quarters (which Is supposed to beautiful too), because that’s where the descendants of the Kings stillcontinue to live. They’ve opened up only the front section of the palace to the public. . . . . . . @passionpassport @colours_of_rajasthan @beautifuljaipur

Instagram Image by Shruti Sivakumar (@shrutisivakumar) with caption : "The iconic Hawa Mahal.

When you drive by the palace, you almost miss it in all the chaos surrounding it. For the best v" at Hawa Mahal - 1685350582283802413
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The iconic Hawa Mahal. When you drive by the palace, you almost miss it in all the chaos surrounding it. For the best view of this palace and to quietly admire this work of art, head to Wind View Cafe or Tattoo Cafe. They’re both right opposite to the Hawa Mahal, and you get an amazing view from the cafe’s terrace :) . . . . . . @passionpassport @colours_of_rajasthan @beautifuljaipur

image by Shruti Sivakumar (@shrutisivakumar) with caption : "I’m a little late to join the #bestnine trend. And since I’m anyway late I thought I’d do my #bestnine from 2017, based " - 1684851064341686642
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I’m a little late to join the trend. And since I’m anyway late I thought I’d do my from 2017, based on my personal experience. Arranged in no particular order, here’s my collage of the nine best moments of the year that’s gone by :) 1. My first trip up North of my country, trekking in 2. Exploring and its many monuments and streets by myself 3. My first solo trip to a place I’d been wanting to go for two years - 4. Tried a fake double exposure with my phone because my photo editing app had launched the feature 5. First experience of sleeping in a treehouse and dealing with the sinking feeling of college coming to an end, and making day trips whenever we possibly could 6. My first art installation exhibit - 7. experiment because my Instagram feed was filled with it and I have major FOMO as you probably may have guessed by now 8. Went to a pretty restaurant, dressed in my best dress and went on a date with myself. Need to do that again! 9. Getting emotionally attached to an ice cream and looking forward to it as a reward after every small or big achievement And there it is! My for my last and final week of the :) Happy New Year everyone! Here’s to more adventures ❤️

image by Shruti Sivakumar (@shrutisivakumar) with caption : "Oh dear God. I wanted to upload this a week back. Obviously I remembered, so let’s all assume this post went up last Sat" - 1680656698811156105
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Oh dear God. I wanted to upload this a week back. Obviously I remembered, so let’s all assume this post went up last Saturday, okay? It’s the final week of the challenge, and I’m glad it’s over. This has been so hard to keep up with, and although this made a huge difference to my life and the way I look at things, I am also glad that it’s over. Because now I don’t have to stress out about not completing the week’s theme. And even though I’ve completed (Let’s again assume it’s done) this little experiment of mine three months late, I’d still say I successfully did it! 🙈 💃🏻 TIME TO CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR! ❤️ . . . . .

Instagram Image by Shruti Sivakumar (@shrutisivakumar) with caption : "The moment of excitement when you see a pretty shadow play while getting out of #work late. And with this I get my pictu" at Chennai, India - 1674853989352799202

The moment of excitement when you see a pretty shadow play while getting out of late. And with this I get my picture for the themed ! . . . .

Instagram Image by Shruti Sivakumar (@shrutisivakumar) with caption : "I finally mustered the courage to put up my first poem on Instagram. I wrote this when I was working on my research pape" at Chennai, India - 1666653320926164115

I finally mustered the courage to put up my first poem on Instagram. I wrote this when I was working on my research paper on the Syrian war. I’d read several articles that narrated stories of people who’d lost their everything and everyone yet, were holding on to a tiny ray of hope, hoping they could start over again. I had to read these stories over and over again, line by line and decipher every word. And the more I read, the more it felt like it was my own story. I guess that’s the power writing has over us all. And this poem is a manifestation of what I’d felt. . . . . .