Before we left Devi Gargh, Scott suggested I go see the 900 year old Jain temple in the village without him. Scott has always encouraged me to get out there and take a break from making art in my studio, too. Since Scott was not up to sightseeing, a hotel guide went with me and asked me if I had heard of their local saying “no hurry, no worry, no curry”. It’s basically the equivalent of no problem or take it easy. Stop and smell the roses. Great advice. None of us knows how much time we’ve got, do we?
A special gift to any intrepid traveler who can identify the artifacts on the ceiling here at the Devi Gargh palace seen in the photo below:
Cow Bells. Beautiful wooden bells.
Maggie, close but not correct. Wish you were coming with John! Xo K
Those are clearly the first wooden cellular phones used in India, right ?
LOL!!! Guess again…
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My guess…. Door Bell
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PS: not a doorbell…
camel bells u guys are simply put.. amazing. peace, love faith and hope to you both this day and for many days to come
You are correct: CAMEL Bells. Please send your snail mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can send you the prize 🙂
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