Journey through India: From Royal Rajasthan to Kerala

Enjoy a grand adventure that blends the north and south of India in a single journey, weaving the sub-continent's cultural heritage into a comprehensive and magical experience.

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 The legendary Taj Mahal in Agra  Detail of inlaid stonework at the Taj Mahal  Entrance to Agra's Red Fort, seat of Mughal power for generations  Pavilion inside the Red Fort in Agra  Detail of inlaid stone at the Red Fort in Agra  Qutab Minar, India's tallest minaret, Delhi  Detail of stonework on the Qutab Minar minaret, Delhi  The Palace of Winds in Jaipur  The Amber Palace, overlooking Jaipur  Detail of archway within the Amber Palace, Jaipur  Courtyard in the City Palace Museum of Jaipur  The City Palace Museum, Jaipur  Jantar Mantar, the open-air observatory in Jaipur  View of Lake Pichola from the City Palace Museum, Udaipur  Architectural detail of the City Palace Museum, Udaipur  The "Blue City" of Jodhpur with Mehrangarh Fort on the hilltop  Inside the Merhangarh Fort, Jodhpur  Women at a temple in northern India. Credit: Linda Currie  Father and son in Rajasthan. Credit: Linda Currie  School children  Traditional Indian market. Credit: Linda Currie  The old and new world: Lord Krishna. Credit: Joydeep Mukherjee  Camels of the Thar Desert  Kathakali dancers, a traditional Kerala art form  Traditional fishing nets over the Kerala Canal  Houseboat along the Kerala Canal


Rita Sodha

Rita Sodha

Nov 2 - 21, 2015

Rita Sodha is a lecturer in the Department of Art History at the University of Baroda’s Faculty of Fine Arts. With a Ph.D. in art history, Rita is an expert on Indian painting and has published several articles on contemporary art in India. With a degree in painting, Rita has conducted workshops on the technique of enameling, tie and dye, patchwork, and quilting, and she designs soft furnishings for customized interiors. She also studied the sitar at the University of Baroda’s Faculty of Performing Arts. Rita looks forward to sharing her love of Indian art, music, history, and culture with Smithsonian travelers.