Jodhpur has profoundly contributed to the myriad of colours and cultures of India and is one of its most culturally vibrant city. Though underdeveloped, it excels in various fields and needs substantial improvement in several.
In all its glory, Jodhpur still lags behind in cleanliness, safety, and several other necessities. There are always two sides to a coin, one that you wish would come up when tossed and one that you wish wouldn’t. I’ll paint this canvas with all the colours that I’m provided with, not just the ones that’ll make it look beautiful.
Therefore, in this series of ‘Essays on Jodhpur‘, I’ll be taking you on a journey, a journey to explore this beautifully polluted city, through the eyes of a local. This series is inspired by Michael Pronko’s Essays on Tokyo, one of my favourite books.
The first essay in the series, ‘Essays On Jodhpur’ is now up. Read here: ‘What’s In A Name?’
Please look forward to it. Until then, be kind to one another.