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... you at the gate and refreshments are in hand. Snoozy afternoon in the sun and I have finally succumbed to Facebook! So many of the people we have met here want to keep in touch via Facebook and so I thought I would give it a go for a while.
We are also due to give a rendition of baa baa black sheep to Gaurika ( Neeraj daughter) she has been wanting to sing it to us all day but takes fright at the last minute and so we are going to sing it together!
... on village roads which was not in good shape and were no street lights too, so had to manage with our car headlight. We bypassed few villages while were busy in talking, drinking and smoking, suddenly one of us shouted loud enough to take hold on us and riveted our attention on the passing village, which was much crowded, illuminated, shops were opened in the middle of night. I believe, most of people stopped here to take some ...
... Music was blasting from loudspeakers on neighbourhood rooftops
all around town due to the festival. Lots of people were on their roofs flying
kites, little kids peering over the edge waving hello to the foreigner. The
guesthouse was a little more peaceful, and was one of my favourites on the
trip, run by the lovely Rajesh and his wife Sarla, an excellent cook.
After another night of “earplugs to the rescue”, I walked around the corner to ...
... tradition. When we arrived at Khichan the birds were already flying into town, in low formations over the roofs of the houses. We went to meet Seva Ram and watch everything from the roof of his house, a responsible distance from the gathering birds, so we would not disturb them. The noise was deafening, the spectacle incredible as these birds circled landed took off and jostled for position, all the time waiting outside the walled off block where the villagers ...
... one in town.
When we are resting near a decaying little temple, an old man invites us to look inside. He shuffles slowly away to search for a key. On the ground-floor of the secular, graceful outbuildings cattle sleeps during the night and on the second floor families live together. Goats climb the large buildings.
The town has a mixed population of Hindu and Muslims. But clearly separated in their own quarters. One time we hear the mantras ...