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... for Jitu: he had retreated (as he told us that he would). Once found, (as we were told later), the priest demanded of Jitu that he make us change our minds. It was at this point I let the priest know that he was not getting anymore. I can't recall whether or not my remark was blunt. I guess it wasn't as this is not in my nature !! We left Bhubaneswar and headed for Dhenkanal. Along the way we popped into to see a friend of Jitu, Ranjit. A quick inspection of ...
Anybody who has worked in a company that manufactures anything in India knows Ichchapuram ! Its the border town between Andhra and Orissa where trucks are routinely stalled for days thanks to the close attention of Ramamritham. It is a perfect example of everything that is wrong about India's internal trade. States create artificial boundaries and its often easier to export something to another country than to send it from one state to another. The worst example for ...
I arrived yesterday evening and it was not easy to find an hotel, all full, except for a miserable and expensive room that I found after an hour of walking around the railway station.
This morning I labored to find the tourist office in Bubaneshwar and when I got there, I found that the tours begin from tomorrow, so I took a rick shaw and went in search of the temples of the Middle Ages, cute, stone ...
... are maybe 100 people including many children. The villagers produce Dhokra metal wire figurines. We like this type of metal work and have purchased similar items on previous visits. JP is welcomed and so are we, the villagers have been to a Fair and they are still unpacking their wares. We're shown some pieces and saunter through the village. We are also shown the process of making the figurines of wax, string & moulds. The kiln is made of clay and stoked with coke to ...
... in India when I leave. So back to the story. We went into the home and met these beautiful one month old twin boys. I will let the pictures speak for themselves except to say the younger woman is Kabita who is Manoj's sister and the older woman is not the grandmother, but a woman from the village who was helping out. Apparently it is a custom that when mothers give birth the "grandmothers" in the village come and help out. What a treat for all ...