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... the state capital Jaipur. It is a world heritage site ! It was once known as Jaisalmer State. The town stands on a ridge of yellowish sandstone, crowned by a fort, which contains the palace and several ornate Jain temples. Many of the houses and temples are finely sculptured. It lies in the heart of the Thar Desert and has a population of about 78,000" <b><u>Live Blog</u></b> This morning was all about wandering the streets of ...
... Brahmin village from hundreds of years ago (a warrior wanted to marry a Brahmin girl, which would be below her caste, so they had to flee), and a current desert village where all the homes are made from mud and cow pies (and need to be reconstructed every few months). I have to say, I'm not super crazy about all of the stories about women having to flee or die for marriage reasons: every time a man dies, his wives usually had to throw ...
... myself, and I thought, How could I hold a friggin longneck, and isn't this meant to be a peaceful cultural experience, not a **** up?"
I told him that I'd have one when we finished, and Jen would have a Sprite...lo and behold 10 minutes and about a kilometre later, I hear this breathless pant to my right and this skinny old dude has misinterpreted what we said and was running along side the camel with a dilly bag full of longnecks ...
... village. The "rural" village was a ten minute drive from the city and had quite obviously been set up especially for tourists to go and gawp. It felt very uncomfortable, a bit like a zoo, so we were back in the car after 30 seconds. Noticing we weren't very impressed, the driver promised to visit somewhere else the following day.
The well trained camels trekked for a couple of hours into the desert, stopping for lunch under a ...
... wandering, as if under the watchful eye of a greater shepherd in a cloud-less sky. Watch village children ambling off to school, while their mothers rustle up their afternoon meal on a ‘Chullah’ (typical village kitchen fireplace made of clay) fired by dung as bio-fuel. And as the sun takes a bow behind the dunes, something inside tells you that this is your sanctuary… and theirs. India has unmatched and large variety of flora and fauna across ...