by Sankara Subramanian
Sankara abandoned his corporate career nine years ago, and has since gone on to live his dream - exploring the world and inspiring others to travel through his blog, "Be On The Road".
Considering the vibrant markets and coral shades of Hawa Mahal palace, it's no small wonder Jaipur's often known as the "Pink City". Here, razzmatazz and luxury blends with the typical Indian bustle and hospitality, creating timeless, Insta-friendly scenes.
Such moments are found both in the scenery and within the people. Rajasthani men's twirling handlebar moustaches - a traditional symbol of masculinity - make for great portrait shots. And the colour-rich attire of Rajasthani women, with jewelled shawls and scarves, steals the limelight of any photo.
Of course, no trip to Jaipur is complete without indulging in lip-smacking lassis and thalis. The local food is infused with the flavour and variety of the city itself. Explore the sights of Jaipur and you can expect Insta-likes to pour in for weeks to come.