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... it out in front of him, then another and another. This might go on until there is a mountain of saris on the bed. If madam is slightly interested, it is draped over the attendant woman. In the shop where Runa buys her saris there are 800 salesmen on a peak sari buying day, eg before a major festival. Our shops were much more modest, but we stood and watched a young woman looking for a black and gold sari. She had 20 or so laid out, priced at around £70. Then ...
... with Mysore silk. In the back of the shop there was a silk loom where I learned how silk is made – the whole process from cocoon to fabric. I felt like it was the completion of my fifth grade class project of raising silkworms.
Nearly as soon as we arrived in the silk shop we set off again - this time for what used to be Tipu Sultan’s summer palace and has now been converted into a museum all about his life. Tipu Sultan ruled an area called Srirangapatna ...
... We are looking forward to a treatment called Shirdhana (might be wrong spelling). Its a slow oil drip on the third eye. I've always wanted to try it - will be interesting.
Off to the night market to pick up snacks and maybe a kingfisher beer - our first one - can you beleive it??
signing off for now
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... Had a big lunch at a decent place (name Heritage Hotel). Could not finish and packed off the remaining Chilli Chicken and Friend Rice.
Next stop Hotel. Rested for a couple of hours, reached the Palace at 8 pm. Guess what, my biggest trip bonus – Pandit Jasraj was playing “Govinda Damodar Madhaveti”. I looked up the net, this is a very famous strota written by Bivamangala Thakur and Pandit Jasraj has already made it even more famous by ...
... that day, which arrived in droves of buses similar to adams peak. We knew we werent far from the hotel, so we started walking back. It turns out we got lost, not being able to discern our way in the dark. We hailed down a tuk tuk, Darren was afraid that i would want to bargain the price, but in that moment even i was happy to pay 40 rupees, we would have paid double that if we needed to just to arrive safely back to the Hotel.
Bt this ...