The Joy of India: From The Archives (Part II)

The Joy of India: From The Archives (Part II)
The Black and White Tree Lovers.

The Black and White Tree Lovers.

Yesterday I shared with you a few photos from our trip to India last January. Today I share with you a few photos I found from my trips to India from years ranging 2006-2013.

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At the top of Seclusion Hill

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View at the top of Seclusion Hill

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King Ahmed Besu’s Tomb

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King Ahmed Besu’s Tomb

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One happy goat.

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4 Comments

  1. MORE open land.. wow.. I am so surprised!… I pictured it teeming with people all over! Love that tomb.. is the King buried in there? or is it just like a memorial?
    Whatcha cooking today? or is your day over now….

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    • That’s a good question about the King. I don’t know the answer but I think he might be buried there because they call it a tomb instead of a temple or some other name. You sent this comment when it was 4am here, so my day was definitely over haha. Today the cook comes, and she’ll make chapatis (we love her chapatis), rice and some other vegetarian spiced Indian dish. She surprises us.

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