Jee Ri Haveli
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... car collection within the grounds too, the star of the show being the 1927 Royls Royce Phantom. The cars could only be viewed through paned glass, so it was impossible to get decent photos due to the reflection caused. After here i made my way to Mandore gardens. This area is huge and is filled with landscape gardens, temple structures and a fort. The ruins of the fort's boundry wall and both the Brahma and Chumunda temple remains can also bee seen from here. Plenty of friendly ...
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Another section of the museum was dedicated to amazing original paintings mostly from the 18th century which were especially unique because of their choice of material used to get the incredible colors used. At first when our guide was explaining the painting we were struck by the detail and in fact he told us that they would often use brushes made from only a couple of squirrel hairs to work on such delicate figures. Then he ...
... if your scarf is really cashmere, if your bracelet is really silver, etc etc.) Although moving from Marin to Berkeley has already helped me further appreciate how lucky we are to live in such a culturally and ethnically diverse area, coming here has really opened my eyes to how unique and lucky we are to live in the SF Bay Area. In India, a tourist is constantly stared at, whispered about, even laughed at because it's so easy to spot one. ...
... tuk back down to the clock tower in the market. Lassis all round (except Karen) at the LP guide recommended lassi cafe. Recently refurbished decor pointed to the benefits of a mention in the international guides. Lots of hustle and bustle, touts, smiling faces just interested in us and several beggars, almost exclusively women either old or with young children. At other times we came across disabled people begging and these were ...
... fort. It was close to closing so we just sat and had a drink, deciding to visit in the morning with more time. Next we walked to the clock tower which is surrounded by Sadar market for a look round before heading back. We ate late that evening on our rooftop with great views of the fort all lit up. I had a chicken curry which tasted amazing after being veggie for so long again. Pushkar was a holy city so no meat or eggs are allowed ...