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... of rooms, furniture, weapons and at one stage even an
airplane! As an example, a particularly riveting exhibit was “The walking stick
of Raj Singh Ji”. I promise this is true. I would offer further deep and
meaningful insight but after a good 3 minutes of Hindi our man`s “English” version
was merely “here is a stick”
One amusing feature of his act was to tell everyone where
tiles, curtains and other delights were ...
Our next stop was Jodhpur, which we got to after a bumpy 6 hour bus ride. We were smushed in between many locals, and visited some less than savory toilets along the way. As it was a rather early morning ride, we thought perhaps we would try to sleep. Alas, we were thwarted by the enthusiastic bus driver who was attempting to attract patrons to join the ride.
"J-J-Jodhpur!" he cried at the top of his lungs with ...
... braiding your armpit hair or whatever it is hermits do with their free time between staring at the sky and talking to rocks, next minute a posh fella on an elephant is asking you to move along, please. So the hermit cursed it, saying that it would forever be drought stricken and suffer water shortages. The curse was taken seriously as curses tended to be back then, especially as it never ******* rains ...
... rolling around on the blanket. Si played cootie with the boys and taught a few some tricks, one of the boys managed to flick the ball over his head and he was so chuffed, so was Si. Really cute. One of the ladies made us a small lunch of potato curry and bread. After the girls beat the boys at tug of war and some of the older girls practiced doing henna art on our hands, unfortunately mine didn't really last more than a day, must have been a duff batch, it did look really ...
... 13 years to build it. One of the primary reasons for it was to give employment to the city after three failed monsoons (nice way to boost the economy if you can afford it!) - the whole building is mortarless, and large stones which were too large to be positioned by crane were positioned on tops of blocks of ice, and placed perfectly as the ice melted! 100 wagon loads of the finest marble was used inside, and even today the unique ...