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... while his wife sat near him slicing vegetables for dinner.
Cows wandered the street, all very well fed - Kuldeep explained that most homes owned a cow or two. The cows were left to roam the streets in the morning, and in the evening they made their way back home...gives a whole new meaning to "wait till the cows come home"! At one point a group of 3 cows blocked our path, and a helpful gentleman who was watching us from his second floor window threw a dipper of ...
The bus wasn't bad, I was sat by the window so had some breeze and had a French girl sat next to me. I felt sorry for her though as a pervy Indian guy was next to her and kept putting his arm around her or touching her leg. I told her to tell him where to go but she wasn't sure if it was cultural as she said she had had women do the same to her. After he started taking photos and filming her on his mobile she realised he was just being ...
... and would mark it as the best historical site I've ever seen, keeping in mind that the Taj Mahal won't be seen for another two weeks. "The Land of festivals" is how most India people describe their country. We've seen many on our adventure here but the one that had been built up the most was Holi Day. On this day, the Indian community celebrates the death of an evil King from many centuries ago. He proclaimed that all of the new born boys of his ...
The Palace also was impressive in both its architectural features and details, as well as its cost of 11 million rupees. The building was started in 1929, took 3000 workers 15 years to build. It was built as a sort of make-work project during a severe drought. The present royal incumbent still resides in part of the palace, while the remaining part is given over as a hotel and museum. I guess that the money/labour is a ...
... the chaos of vehicles and sellers. For the first time we noticed a heavy female presence selling saris and bangles at the market. Since arriving in India, it has felt male dominated with men being the face of hotels, hotel cleaners and shop keepers. The women in the market made the place bright and colourful and contributed to banter and bustle of the market.