This was in continuation with the Jaipur Heritage Photo Walks being organised by the Department of Archaeology & Museums (Government of Rajasthan) in association with Jaipur Photographers’ Club (JPC) & Jaipur Mera Shehar (JMS).
The photographers captured the images of the Nahargarh Fort. They not only captured the beauty of Nahargarh but also how the tourists view the monuments. The age of participants was from 5 years to 60 years.
The Director of Archaeology & Museums, Government of Rajasthan, Mr. Hridesh Kumar Sharma said that this initiative takes a leap forward towards creating harmonious communities through the art of Community Photography of heritage monuments in the pink city.
The series of photo walks have been organised at different archaeological sites in Jaipur. The series will culminate in a 3-day photo exhibition of the photographs taken during these walks along with programs like musical evenings, storytelling, etc., added Mr. Sharma.
It is to be recalled that a similar Heritage Photo Walks have been organised at Amber Fort, Albert Hall, Jantar Mantar, Sisodiya Rani and Vidyadhar ka Bagh recently.