Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Saundhi meeti ki kushbu….

Taken during my last trip to the countryside in India….

Being so far- they almost seem iconic!
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9 comments:

Tarun Mitra said...

Second shot is much much better..

And yes food cooked on such gas is really tasty...they have their own distinct aroma

Mohan said...

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.

Laoch of Chicago said...

Neat!

Jeevan said...

Taste of India, whatever is cooked with fire wood on mud stove and in mud vessels has a unique taste. Well captured!

AJEYA RAO said...

Thats a beautiful capture. So full of story.

abhay said...

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 chullah
we called it 'chullah'

Mridula said...

Beautiful!

the Lost Earring said...

I long to go to India someday...

Sujata said...

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!