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... and her girl friends used to meet. Then to the city palace. We saw about 1/4 of it as the rest is still lived in by the kings descendants.
Finished the afternoon at the local Hari Krishna temple.
Udaipur is a nice city and reasonably clean!
Completed the day with a private boat ride around the lake including our table spread with flower petal and served afternoon tiffin. ...
... alleys filled with silver, shoes, bags, leather goods and many artists’ paintings.
Of course I bought several things starting with four lovely hand-made silver bracelets and a beautiful black and white cashmere shawl. I bargained hard for these; still paid a lot! Regardless, souvenirs of Udaipur!
... felt like we had completed our education on marriage in India.
As if that wasn't enough action before we even reached our destination, Mahavir pointed out to us along the side of the road an old manual water pump operated by two large bulls walking in a circle to drive the water wheel and fill the irrigation channel for the farms nearby. It was really cool to see and he told us there would be more coming up and we would be able to get a good picture if we ...
... the lake. Bishol pointed out some famous hotels and it was a good view of the city palace. I think I am going to like udiapur as there is a lot to do in a beautiful setting. After the boat I headed back to the hotel before dinner. It was nice to have the room to myself to relax and do some organizing etc. I have two more full days here to shop and enjoy. When we all met up we headed to the cultural show. I paid for my camera and we got seated in the second row. It was ...
... city and into the old part of the city. The first stop was the Saijan Niwas Garden with many fountains and wonderful grounds. After the gardens we toured a bit of the city, including the Sukhadia Circle Fountain, before going to a local art school. At the school we learned about the process of the painting of the miniatures on camel bone and silk. We purchased one of the paintings on camel bone.