Travel and All Things Considered
Second shot is much much better..And yes food cooked on such gas is really tasty...they have their own distinct aroma
I second that. Cooking food that way actually add on to the aroma of the food which in turn increases the appetite :)It is still a common scene in the villages in India.
Taste of India, whatever is cooked with fire wood on mud stove and in mud vessels has a unique taste. Well captured!
Thats a beautiful capture. So full of story.
i think ,you visited in west uttar pradesh ,nice picture but ,it is not real story,real story is another do u know ,what is burning in this chullahwe called it 'chullah'
I long to go to India someday...
Tarun Mitra – I am glad than that youliked the second shot and I include it! It was an after thought to publish… Mohan – you know when I see it here with a bit of distance, I don’t think of food but what this method implies- all things Indian…. Laoch of Chicago –thanks! Jeevan – You know next time I go there I have to ty it out! AJEYA RAO –thanks! abhay –what is the real story? :-) Mridula –thanks! the Lost Earring hopefully sometime soon!
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