There’s a certain nostalgia and romance in what is left behind. A big part of the 19th century Indian aesthetic, the Jharokha is an enclosed balcony projecting from the face of a building. The Jharokha was used for adding architectural beauty to the building and also functioned as a viewing platform. A number of havelis, temples and palaces were decorated with this beautiful style.
The iconic HawaMahal in Jaipur is a great symbol of this architectural style. On your next visit to Jaipur, do look out for its 953 Jharokhas!
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