One of the most common themes for the frescoes of Shekhawati is the Ramayan, one of Hinduism's great epics. Depicted here is the tale's antagonist, Ravan, perhaps Indian literature's most complexly layered character. Immensely learned and incredibly devout, Ravan turned villain through his abduction of Sita, the virtuous wife of divine king Ram of Ayodhya, at the behest of his scorn and jealous sister. He dies in the climactic battle of Lanka, defending his legion of demons against the monkey troops and celestial arsenal of Ram.
Kulcha, senhores, esse pão é pra desmantelar qualquer dieta! Originário da culinária indiana subcontinental, e aqui na cidade de lucknow majoritariamente feito pelos muçulmanos, devido a geralmente ser acompanhado de um outro prato chamado nihari, que parece ser um ensopado com carne de búfalo. É simplesmente incrível e é uma das comidas indianas que sinto falta quando saio da Índia.
Kulcha, gentlemen, this bread is to dismantle any diet! Originating from Indian subcontinental cuisine, and here in the city of lucknow mostly made by Muslims, due to generally be accompanied by another dish called nihari, which seems to be a stew with buffalo meat. It's simply amazing and it's one of the Indian foods I miss when I leave India.
Lucknow - UP / India 🇮🇳. February, 2019.