India has so many incredible doors that I have had to categorize them by colour!
Here is a variety of green doors from cities and villages of Rajasthan in northern India.
Village near Jaisalmer with decorative goat.Udaipur. Jodhpur. Jodhpur.Jodhpur. Bundi. Village, also with decorative goat. More doors from the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Door.
Love these, especially the first one and the last one. I’m going to link to it so my readers can enjoy as well.
A door isn’t a door without a black goat sitting guard, lol, fabulous capture! 🙂
Maybe I should get a goat!
Oh, fabulous selection!
Again, so many door photos that when I looked up green doors I found this sub-batch of green doors just from one province in India. India has to be the prime place to go for ‘door’ photographers!
And I have never been,,,and probably never will
It’s a bit intimidating to even think of travelling in India even for experienced travellers. We decided we had to go before we were 60 or we’d never go, and now that we’re in our 60s we often think of going back!
Good for you! But my health prevents me ….
Beautiful photos. I especially like the first one with the red frame, and the one with all the little squares, it looks like the door to another realm or a secret world.
If you like doors India is THE place to be!
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Is there a special significance to the color green in India? These doors are all amazing!
Roughly speaking ‘green’ represents Moslems, ‘white’ Jains, and ‘blue’ Hindus, the prominent religions in the province of Rajasthan where these photos were taken. Sometimes an entire town will follow through on a colour scheme but I suspect that a lot of time people use green just because they like it!
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