Tijara Fort - Panorama

(ISO 100, f/5.2, Shutter Speed 1/500 sec)

Panoramic view of Tijara Fort

Tijara is a historic town situated 48 kms North East of Alwar. Its old name was Trigartpur. It was the capital of the Mewat and has a long and glorious history of bravery and sacrifice. There is a popular Jain temple, visited by lakhs of pilgrims every year.

Tijara fort situated on the crest of a hill has been famous for the excavation of hidden treasure recently. It houses Rani Moosi ka Mehal, who was queen of King Bakhtawar Singh and committed sati (self immolation of a widow on her husband’s funeral pyre) on his death.
Post Processing : Stiched 4 photos, Contrast increase


Blogger Kanu said...

From the midst of ruins to the lush green spread...its a sight to behold.


9:56 PM  
Anonymous Anz said...

what a contrast barren infrastructures to the fertile patch of land shown there. Nice pic! :)

10:22 PM  
Anonymous Rohit Talwar said...


1:36 AM  
Blogger Richa Bhardwaj said...

Great stuff! Awesome contrasts.
But I liked other pictures from this set more.

6:52 AM  
Anonymous kalyan said...

Wonderful shot!
The lights & the shadows has been very well potrayed.

8:22 AM  
Anonymous somitra said...

Good Shot , if possible look at the short film by pixar "bird on wire". This shot makes me remember it.

8:48 PM  
Blogger Product Queen said...

Your photos always take me places while I sit here at my desk in new mexico. I love this picture...the shadows, red color and depth of the green on the landscape. I dream of next time i go to india..

12:36 PM  
Blogger Ash said...


1:27 AM  
Blogger mayuri said...

this is too good...
reminds me of a still from 'rang de basanti' .. of the old fort where the gang used to meet up

10:13 PM  
Blogger ~ Deeps ~ said...

thanx lady :)

Thanx lady, i like the contrast too :)

so whos gonnna killed, i know i m one for sure :D

yeah others are better but i like this shot also :)


thanx, wud try to catch hold of it....

@product queen, ash, mayuri

10:47 PM  
Anonymous Rahul said...

Agree with Mayuri.. reminds one of Rang de Basanti.. I would've expected a stitch of four photos to be much longer.. did you take each 'vertically'.. just saw the high-res version.. the palace/fort in the distance is simply fab!!!

1:27 AM  
Blogger Rohit Talwar said...

Bhai, will you STOP proving you're busy and put a damn picture here?
Been a week man :-/

11:50 AM  
Blogger Kishley said...


4:59 AM  
Blogger Phoenix Rises said...

Reminds me of Golconda fort in Hyderabad...

8:33 PM  
Blogger Amiya said...

Awesome. Gives me a feeling of some muted pain and nostalgia... ruins always do. But usually it's difficult for a photograph to give me that feeling. This one does.

10:16 PM  

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