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... oo-er) in their general direction and say quite firmly, "Bundi Bundi!" If they don't appear to quite understand within the requisite 0.35 seconds then you shake your note whilst repeating your destination three more times, "Bundi Bundi Bundi!" but slightly louder. This should do the trick. It's hard for a Brit with a penchant for queuing. Actually, it's not ...
... was pretty nice setting over the range of hills we were following into Bundi. A typical dirty dusty noisy busy Indian town, one we all comment that we're glad we're not riving in! We virtually left the town drove around the ridge and up into the old section with this amazing old fort perched up on the top. The bus pulled up and let us out and we had to walk up and around a bit they said! What a sight befell us, ...
... in the evening it is wonder-full. Great that there are such dedicated people to take care of the old paintings.
Late in the evening we attend a ceremony in a small temple. The few believers make loud
music with clock bells and sing aloud. On the other side of the temple you see a statue of an elephant. With this elephant, the maharajah fought and won many battles.
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Bundi is a lovely peaceful little town on the edge of Rajasthan, reminisent of Udaipur in that the pollution is not so in your face and its slower paced lifestyle. The streets are filled with animals, with everything from the usual cows & dogs to goats, chickens and boars which are particularly previlent here. Built in a valley it is overlooked by the impressive palace and hill fort on one side ...
... Chintu flies his kites. On January 14th all of Rajastan celebrates a kite festival and people of all ages are already practicing. Everywhere you look countless simple kites are flying through the air. Many of them end up in trees or power lines. What looks like an innocent and joyful hobby is actually quite the opposite. The kite flyers fight with each other in the sky. Within a few minutes Chintu has attacked and cut the strings of three other kites ...