On the heights of Mount Abu, village with mountains surrounding, Pannibai does some house hold works including selling out Chana Salad to Abu travelers in the hot afternoon sun. A few meters away in the Abu’s Market, next to a makeshift hut of wood and twigs, her husband and son sells Red Mooli (Red Radish) to earn their daily bread. The family has been here almost 6 months, and coming May, they’ll pack their stuff and move to another village, and another makeshift house. It’s the only way of life I have known, she tells me; the real nomad, of theRabari (gypsy) community of Rajasthan. The villages of Rajasthan are home to hundreds of years of fascinating traditions, and most of the Abu population is employed coz of its visitors and travelers. Many of these old traditions are getting wiped away with the older generation. Partake of these awe-inspiring travel experiences while you still can:
Enjoy a Mouthful of Fresh Red Radish
While climbing the stairs for Adhar Devi Temple, these fresh red radish caught my eyes. Before this, I had never seen these fruit looking thing. I just couldn’t stop my taste buds and wanted to have them anyway. While you buy anything, you have to be smart in terms of making a good deal. The seller just offered me 4 radish in 10Rs. Didn’t matter if they were only 2. He just cut them in 4 slices, put some spicy masala and squeezed few lemon drops… All that was enough for me to stop resisting without having them 😉 4 Pieces in 10 Rs. 4 Pieces in 10 Rs.
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