Club Mahindra Fort Kumbhalgarh
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... statue of a huge white elephant. It was built for the Maharani in memory of her pet elephant that had lived to the age of 75. It was a beautiful breezy morning and we had tea and biscuits as we took it all in. It was so peaceful up there.
We took a slow walk down and back to the hotel for a leisurely breakfast. At the hotel is a small temple or altar I should say and sitting ...
... on S’s side had a quite active tail, which almost reached S’s cheek once! It was a magical ride - but there was more magic when we reached the well - it was lit by 400 oil lamps, all the way down to the water, and a bonfire was going. Our 2 sofas faced the bonfire and the well - and we were the only guests there!
It was an indescribable evening - the sadhu we had seen reappeared in orange robes and with his sitar - he sat on one of the lower steps and sang - so ...
... 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 ...
... We arrive at the bottle shop and immediately the 2 shop keepers shake our hands profusely, then load the counter with vodka, gin, run, whiskey. We ask for wine but they have no idea what we are talking about so decide to get some vodka and rum. Then across the road for mixes and some nibbles. Onto the Ghanerao Palace - the maharaja still lives here with his son and grandson. They have converted part of the palace into a hotel, ...