I should have given her more time to cover her head but never mind.
Taken over the boundary fence.
Probably a very disrespectful photograph of a camels backside and a sacred Hindu temple. No photography of the temple was allowed from inside the outer boundary though. This beach was covered with Indian pilgrims and several camels for camel rides and subsequently loads of camel droppings.
This guy was selling a wide variety of dried goods, but he has a totally infectious smile.
This is a closer picture of the third building in the previous photo. It is a mausoleum for some of the Nawabs (regional ruler during Mughal Empire) of Junagadh are buried here.
And yes you can climb those spiral staircases, but they are very narrow.
The three building here are from left to right and old colonial school (not islamic), a mosque and a mausoleum. All found in Junagadh.
Junagadh was an interesting little city, the majority of the architecture wasn’t as inspiring as Jamnagar but occasionally there was these magnificent buildings when they where least expected.
Also if you notice the small group of men are playing every Indian’s favorite sport, cricket. and this was before 8am.
These beautiful old buildings where found in an old graveyard across the street from my hotel in Junagadh.