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Travel to India and discover Ghanerao where you can see a traditional feudal Indian village.
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Male: A relative with short four hour hike down the other side of the mountains from Kumbhalgarh, the ancient fuedual village of Ghanerao which was built up around Ghanerao castle in the early 1600s. A local artist here Babu, S.M. Yunus volunteered to show us around his community.
S.M. (Babu) Yunus: Now, this village named of Ghanerao. Five gate of village boundary, five gates before. Now, only left is gate boundary all fall down, we villagers go dig, dig so only left is gate. So one gate is sun gate I mean some gate I saw you and after the comeback then I will you saw or moon gate.
Male: Schools and most of the villagers seemed to be busy in popular. The one elder confessed that sometimes the free lunch maybe the largest incentive to your town. There are most of here to be consider of all enthusiasm for class.
S.M. (Babu) Yunus: This village population is 9,000, 50% Hindu, 30% Jain, 20% Muslim. And 250 temples in this village, small and big; All combined Hindu, Muslim and Jain Temple. These are real made by Maharaja Ajit Singh; this is built in 16th century and it will use for water. But now, it’s all as you see when you go to play water over here.
Now, we go in tablehurst, so welcome.
Male: Babu has a special relationship with the local tablehurst nearby allowing us unique plans into the lives of this original nomads of the region.
S.M. (Babu) Yunus: Well, they have sheep and goat and camels and they depend on goat and sheep in. And male goat will be selling market for the meat and lime also sell in market. And female used for milk and to make some cheese and some cheese.
The half bangle in the hand she’s unmarried and full bangle in the hand that she’s married also. And this one, nose ring the gift by her husband.
Male: Spending time in small villages like this is an opportunity to gain some insight in the rural life in India which is often overlooked and definitely over shattered by life in the larger cities.
S.M. (Babu) Yunus: So what are they growing here?
Male: They growing now of Tippi and mustard and wheat and beet and garlic, onion; these are all now growing. And these work out before in monsoon. They are mais corn and lentil seed the mong they have and ground nut also.
S.M. (Babu) Yunus: Tippi Hindu name is Tena.
Male: So you puts that pieces down in there?
S.M. (Babu) Yunus: Yes, in this hole and grind line by line.
Male: Very clever.
S.M. (Babu) Yunus: In thei area, two captains travel in loop. One is dill and second is grasia. So this one gracia area, why call we are gracia, gracia is belong to rajput 70. Before days they are all worried, shoulders of Maharajas. So many times Marija between Maharaja one sided yeik they’re going far and set in jungle area. See long time they live in jungle area so what we call tribal. But actually they belong to rajput family, royal families and they also a warrior and soldiers of Maharajas. And those custom—very good custom like a English system you know wedding system, English system. They—they are with each other, those are not use and gets married you know, and they have good festival holy; holy it’s coming March and holy than one month and very good festival. And the gracia people organize a dance program in different to area and different side. So young boy and young girls go in dance program and take it out together and dance together and to ask to each other, and ask, do you like me, yes you like me. Then they go far away not come back home. They go far away and they getting married and they come back one year, two year after in home that they build a home. And they’re coming home and get to all live people in village and people they’re coming to build house and at the other party means that other party also come there and this wedding. And each of they’re talking and they said all the people, village people the gracia people setting to what to do; they got married but what do? So they’re by with their parents, yes give some dowry for girls parents then they’re happy and organize the party and they love each other.
They also other gracia families and there are jewelry and dress it and they set all different village and too different. This one hard what we call jewelry and the skirt and different types of; different types of scarf, different dress and they now don’t have a jewelry, they buy it in food. So have you seen other people have a jewelry, big jewelry in the ear, in the neck also.
Now, we are in gracia huts, this one for the goat and this one for residence and this one for baby goat. Look at the jewelry, two different jewelry and different all--.
She’s Mamma, five childrens. She have different jewelry here and look at this one—
Male: Oh my God.
Female: Very heavy—
S.M. (Babu) Yunus: Yes, now I like to be kind to here to she’s gone. Yes, we’ve got people very happy; they’re happy for the job and happy for here in the jungle site and very good no pollution here and the green seeds and all things so happy for the year they’re having and someday to keep stock and some selling in the market and goat and sheep and cows and many many things. And they also bring down wood for omen, they have fire wood and they’re selling market, they earn money; good job and good that they’re happy here.
Male: I mean they’re not hungry?
S.M. (Babu) Yunus: No, they’ve been not hungry; they are happy and there’s no pollution corn powder mix then eat in breakfast, take a breakfast and in noontime the veggie table and green veggie table and the live by corn, maiz corn and in noontimes—dinner for lentil.