Shree Ram International
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... given to a local VIP in the area as a gift as this piece in its time would have been an expensive, prestigious gift. It is 80 to 100 years old and really beautiful, so I cannot waited to be reunited with it! I'm not sure why I am so drawn to old fabrics like this but I'm so glad I've made such a good contact for potential future purchases. The fort contains many lovely little shops and trinkets that you can spend hours browsing around. Which is exactly what we did before heading to ...
... me that much. There are nice view on the city and the fort from the Jaswant Thada, but the palace is too modern and stacked up with stuff showing how great, powerful and metropolitan the last Maharaja was.
On the way back to my guest house I arranged the train ticket from Varanasi (which was supposed to be my next destination) to Gorahhpur (the city from where you can take ...
... where we were greeted promptly by locals wielding dyed powder, water balloons, and spray guns filled with colored water.
We finished a couple of hours later looking like sweets from an Indian bakery. Though it took a total of 90 minutes of showering between the 3 of us, and though we will probably find color in our clothes and hair weeks, it was worth every minute.
Seeing groups of children, teenagers, and even adults smiling wide as they smeared color ...
... the tour and I was grateful to have experienced a meaningful ceremony to this ancient people.
We left his home and headed on a sunset drive to the next stop- a durry weaver's home. A durry is a tightly-stitched rug or wall covering made of various colours. When completed, it will tell a story that the weaver began with each thread. It was amazing to watch the work of weaving and how the weavers slowly wrote their stories through stitches. ...
... silver leaf, I think this is a tradition. We finished off with making a cheese curry, a few different types of bread and the most incredible mouthwatering desert called a lassi which was ladled with full fat yoghurt, cream and butter on top. At the end of the lesson she told us about how the business was set up and about the spices. We brought some of the spices that we used so we when we get home we can apply for come dine with ...