Club Mahindra Fort Kumbhalgarh
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... it was a group of men. We thought it must be a some special male-only temple affair and held back going in. We didn't want to offend anyone or upset their male commune with the presence of female company in their midst! Our sole motivation being photography of course. We asked and took photos from a distance and they were not too bothered by our cameras. There was another photographer (male) ...
... like a disembodied heavenly voice was rising from the well. It was a trance-like celestial experience - midway through his performance, he came up to the bonfire and lit what looked like a humongous joint - was that his secret?? We were plied with starters - chicken tikka, fish, various bhajis. In between the starters and the thali main course, we got a head, neck, back and hand massage!! How much more decadent can this get?! Dessert was banana cake and officially the best gulab jamun ...
... was a Rajput, the warrior caste) - just amazing how families can completely disown children and genuinely threaten to kill them for what many other cultures consider a 'norm'. Such are the revelations of travel.
Kumbalagargh was a really impressive fort, and from a distance looked really imposing and was definitely worth the visit. Inside the old city walls is a small village and again and again we have found the people to be so friendly. Out this way you can ...
We had a good afternoon and evening at the hotel before leaving in the morning. We checked out at 11:30 to visit the temple on our way to Kumbhalgarh. The temple covers quite a large area and although very impressive much the same as others. The trip to our next destination climbed high through countryside and was very interesting with small villages and people working the fields behind bullocks. We went to the fort in the afternoon which has a ...
... I did learn that Jain is another religion and in fact Ghandi was influenced by the Jain principals. But I am getting over temples. Now onto our hotel, we head away from any small towns and end up on a road that appears to go into countryside. Through a gate along a dirt road we end up at the Ghanerao Jungle Lodge. It belongs to the royal family and was once their hunting lodge. It looks like we might be the only guests. The rooms a re lovely, it will be very quiet and peaceful ...