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... other on the battlefield and he could run you through with a massive pointy killing device before you can say, "Dave, what the ****, dude, I thought we were pals!"
The Mughals and the Rajputs were pretty much enemies most of the time. The Muslim Mughals were stronger and more powerful than the Rajputs and a bloke called Maharawal Sabal Singh was the ...
... Small gardens and goats provide the third. Beyond that I don't see much in the way of anything else that would help make life more comfortable. We then make a brief stop at the remains of an ancient city and wander among the ruins of ancient houses and places of worship. Our camel trip into the desert finally begins as we pull into a small village where a group of men (three adults and two boys) are preparing our rides. Saddles secure its time for us ...
... and one chair barber shops, knife sharpeners and cobblers.
The scene changed suddenly and dramatically as soon as we reached Sardar Market and the famous clock tower. The touts, rickshaw drivers and trinket stand sellers were immediately on us and every other western face in view. The air clogged with a thousand smoke-spewing autorickshaws and charcoal cooking fires. We quickly retreated back into the relative calm of the old city.
... during the day, fading to honey-gold as the sun sets, camouflaging the fort in the yellow desert - giving it the nickname Golden Fort!
The Golden Fort is still inhabited with approximately 3000 people, making it one of the last "live-in" forts in the world. Unfortunately, there are very few traditional havelis left within the fort walls as locals have established: shops, hotels, and restaurants in order to ...
I had a chance to befriend the Nepalese kitchen hand at Discovery, who had prepared all my meals ordered at the rooftop restaurant. A petite young fellow who wouldn't look more than 15 years of age is actually 21 years old this year.
A very cheery and friendly kid. He came over to Jodhpur with no money in his pocket 2 years ago. Now helping out at Discovery kitchen, he gets paid 500 Rs a month which is basically ...