😀 I loved this sign. Totally clear. Badly spelled. But totally clear.
I guess warmth is welcome wherever. Taken at the platform of Haridward station at 4 in the morning, when it was wet and cold outside. As I watched, this stray approached this sleeping family and then snuggled up on their temporary bed…
A pint-sized Nandi. So small, one would have to kneel and fold to whisper anything in his ear. Rishikesh.
A roadside shrine in Dehradun. I really thought Pahalwan Baba would be better built. And wearing something … somewhat different.
These menus will be the deth of me. Bite all kinds of things 😉 But chocolate is on the top of my list.
The followup image has a human being (my mother) cupping her hands to offer the bull a better chance at getting more water. I’m not posting that, but there are some other tourists who have pictures of her as well 🙂
MMMM. Everything sounds so appetizing. I don’t know what to pick. What would you prefer? 🙂
This was Delhi. Two sadhus. Two monkeys. I asked if I could take a photo. The man in the photo said “Kyu nahin?” (Why not?) The sadhu behind him called out for money, shouting, “Paisa to de do!” I ignored him. As did the monkeys.
You know you’re eating in a high class joint when Marie from the Aristocats is the art up on walls 🙂 As I ate, I had “Scales and Arpeggios” in my head the whole time 😀
Crrunchy AND frrunchy, too!? What do you say this tagline was thought up by a Punjabi? (probably the “chachaji” for whom the brand is named). 😀