Tag Archives: India

Deliver the Local Women the Skills and Jobs! – Activity at Sewing Center

Source: Ken’s blog on Jan 23rd I would like to introduce one of my guesthouse mates’ activity. I am glad if you can feel that there are many options to live and work after reading this post. Let’s name her M, who is just 28 years old, stays at the same guesthouse as us. M […]

Hindu Style Wedding: Paraded on Streets with Laud Speakers

Source: Ken’s blog on Jan 21st. It is special postings of the wedding. It is finally the main wedding day. The ritual event has been held among the family members and monks and women to sing songs until today, the ceremony will be open for any possible person in town. Like it was exciting for […]

Hindu Style Wedding: Look at The Old Indian Lady’s Serious Face

Source: Ken’s blog on Jan 20th It is the second day of the wedding ceremony. Hindu monk showed up and the ritual finally became full-scaled. I also felt that those Indian women’s facial expressions were very exotic and amazing. The couple followed the instruction not to wash the turmeric paintings away and waited for a […]

Indian Train Trip and Snacks

We spent one and a half month already in Bodhgaya since we’ve arrived at India. Because Bodhgaya locates in the north, it gets cold like in winter in Tokyo. We decided to make a train trip for 41 hours toward south to relax at somewhere warm and nice. This time I will write about how […]

Playing Cricket and Sheep – Another Side of India

Source: Ken’s blog on Jan 7th Place: Bodhagaya We kept our promise with the kids at a dormitory in Niranjana Public School to come back to see them again. We went back there at this time to see them play cricket which they say they play everyday. What is cricket In the first place? I […]

Celebration of Republic Day of India

Me and my husband, Ken, joined a celebration of Republic day of India on Jan 26th, 2014 at Niranjana Public Welfare School and Beam School near Bodh Gaya, India. Indian kids love festivals and dancing Indian people love festivals and when there are festivals, they dance. It is their culture to dance. Even the school […]

How to Make Chapati

Naan is barely eaten by the people in the north India. Especially in household, chapati bread or rice is often eaten. <Ingredients> 2cup of whole wheat flour 1cup of water 1tsp of salt oil (if you like) <Recipe> 1. add salt into flour 2. add water into 1. little by little and knead it 3. […]