We were a little late in starting off, since our driver forgot. Still there was a reason - it's Indian Wedding time. We caught up with this wedding, all signing and dancing, bangra wedding band. Of course we were invited to join in, and it would be rude to refuse.
These ladies headed the procession, next came the band, assorted relatives, hanger's on, followed by the groom on his dancing horse. Amidst all this fun we had the balloon man frantically trying to keep pace with demand, and great volleys of Chinese fire crackers.
You will note that the groom's father is wearing a turban in a rather fetching shade of pink, as are the rest of the grooms men. Who's choice was that?
We arrive eventually, just in time for lunch. A grand affair with Kutchy curries being served in huge pots - very tasty.
The day was meet and greet, listen to some wonderful folk music, look at the work close up, and, if you fancy it a camel cart ride.
Splendid Rabari ladies
Camel ride - when the cart is attached to beast, it is
at a strange angle, difficult to be elegant getting in and out!
I think so!