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... plus their antique embroidery bedspreads, especially a white gold one, next time I thought.
We then raced into Jodhpur so I could get a train ticket and post some documents to the UK Tax office. I took this opportunity to walk around the old “blue” town. Last time I was in the area I had missed this as I spent too long at the fort (an amazing experience in itself). Unfortunately the old ‘blue’ town for me was just ...
... much rice and vegetable fat! The evening was quite cool...maybe 10 degrees or so and for bedtime, we were offered a duvet plus another fuzzy blanket. We had brought toques, mitts and some longjohns to keep warm. Good thing. We slept for the first time without the noisy sounds of the Indian city, in complete peace and quiet...no haggling or bartering...no scams or worries of being deceived in the market areas...it was for sure, more like a dessert than a desert ...
... and geared around commerce, like any big city. Everyone seems to have a purpose, needs to be somewhere and has money to make. Delhi has the new and old towns to present a diverse selection to residents and visitors. Our walking tour took us to the old town to see the beautiful red brick, mogul Jama Masjid Mosque and the Sikh Temple, Sheesh Ganj, where we helped out in their community kitchen rolling roti. We visited a spice market and were educated on Indian spices for cooking ...
... was the Jaswant Thada, a mausoleum built in 1899 in memory of the former Maharaja of Jodhpur, Jaswant Singh. It is a beautiful marble building located by a small lake. The Jaswant Thada also serves as a traditional cremation ground of the Jodhpur rulers. There are exquisitely carved gazebos and a multi-tiered garden. In death as in life, the Maharajas of India surrounded themselves in ...
... no idea he was in Jodhpur, and he didn't know that we were there. Much merriment all around!
Next morning we walked up to the fort, a touristy museum exhibiting howdahs, palanquins, and armaments from the days when soldiers fought with swords and royals rode around on elephants. Street musicians added ambiance, and there was even a demonstration of how to tie a turban.