How quickly time passes! Much faster than the countless palm trees counted in Rajasthan, trying to occupy my mind while we toured, lazily, a dusty road.
Street children may be found on every inhabited continent in a large majority of the world’s cities.
The following estimates indicate the global extent of street child populations:
When I thought I had seen it all in a matter of supervillains with rare powers, I have discover that in India have created a sort of «Mad Aircraft Paper«, who on the cover of a comic called «Raddi Ki Rani«, launched paper airplanes that are nailed painfully into the flesh of the good boys. Fascinating!
Cuando creía haberlo visto todo en cuestión de supervillanos con poderes raros, veo que en India han creado a una especie de «Mad Paper Aircraft», quien en la portada de un cómic llamado «Raddi Ki Rani», lanza aviones de papel que se clavan dolorosamente en las carnes de los buenos. ¡Fascinante!
A hindi TV ad for a shampoo. This is the long film version titled ‘Adventures of Chulbuli’ which is currently being shown, beyond the product Clinic Plus! itself, in schools in various parts of India to promote shiny and hygienic hair. Really cute animation!
Read more in Animationexpress
Arjuna or Arjun (in Devanagari, arjuna in IAST, pronounced [?r?un?] in classical Sanskrit) is one of the Pandavas, the heroes of the Hindu epic Mah?bh?rata. Arjuna, whose name means ‘bright’, ‘shining’, ‘white’ or ‘silver’ (cf. Latin argentum). This is the trailer of an epic animated movie produced in India by UTV motion pictures.
Lassi is a delicious drink from India. The best place to drink it is Jaipur, although I don’t remember the name of the shop. The most traditional way to serve it is in a ceramic glass that are reused. Sweet, creamy spice yogurt… must try once in your life!
Illustration from a photograph of the travel blog:
Denae and Andy’s Travels
Enjoy the video recipe (without the traditional glass). Not exactly the same flavor I tried in Jaipur but not bad.
Shakti is the name of a superheroin’s comic published by Raj Comics. The story tells how Chanda, an ordinary housewife discovered that her husband had been killing her girl offspring (unfortunately, so often reality is stranger and painfully than the fiction). Then, full of anger, the heaven’s gods uses transform Chanda’s body into Shakti to avenge and she killed her husband in the form of Shakti. When she is not looking for criminals, Chanda keeps herself busy in hospital and social works. She has a third eye which is the sign of Goddess Kali, she keeps her third eye covered with a which she pretends to use to cure her permanent migraine (disease is not surprising considering his secret activity). Ah, India!
Estoy preparando nuevos dibujos de un viaje de hace 3 años a la India. Esta será la historia que aparecerá en 6dilly4dally próximamente. Para el que le interese, puede leer los anteriores capítulos en la sección Royal Thali.
I am preparing new drawings for a trip I made 3 years ago to India. This will be the story that will appear in 6dilly4dally. For those interested, please take a look to the list called «colecciones» and read the previous chapters of Royal Thali.