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... day turned out to be interesting, informative and great for photography. The old buildings of this city are certainly hidden away and Jagdesh knew where they were and got me into them as well. There were fabulous wood carvings both inside and outside of these 200-300 year old properties, and we took our time going around. Also the preparation work for the festival involved plenty of kite making and material dying. The material dying was taking place right in ...
... of our hostel.
Okki, Niraj, and I went to Old Town for the last time.
I learned how to make Indian dishes from Dipti.
I rode on a 2-wheeler and made rotli by myself for the first time.
I went to my first Indian concert.
I stayed over Dipti and Anuj's house.
Sunday / Last Day
I had poha and morning chai for the last time in India.
Our group went to lunch with some friends for the last time.
I got ...
... was an open corridor surrounding 3 sides of the courtyard, the fourth being the prayer room. We took photographs and did sketches of the space for our phenomenology class. While in the prayer room, I talked to David about my phenomena: center and periphery. We talked about how there are many systems and many centers within the complex. He pointed out how one praying in the room experiences the center and periphery. The center, in this case, is the rear wall and the periphery ...
... India? Do you like the Kite Festival? Is this your first time in India? But, unlike most people that I have interacted with in the previous days, the man did not go away, but rather began to tell me his entire life story. His name is Amriv. He is a 24 year old engineer who is an Ahmedabad native and would like to move to New York City some day. He also began to talk about Barack Obama at which point I was like you can go away now. (I was told to not discuss religion ...
... participating if we are jumping around the room, and the girl - 6/7 years - needs A LOT of attention to participate, specifically, the only times I can get her to talk at all are when I am carrying her around like a toddler on my hip (yes, she is incredibly shy in addition to needing to be active, fun combo, right?). I can’t physically carry her for the rest of the year - I don’t have the physical strength or the emotional ...