We arrived in the evening, and spent the night at a former rawla (castle), which had been converted into a Heritage Hotel. Bhenswara is pretty remote, and a lot of people in the area are from tribal groups.
A small temple with intricate stonework. It was restored recently.
When anything happens in Bhenswara it's a big event. I was out for an evening constitutional, but became an instant star. As we walked, one would kick me in the behind and step aside so that it looked like someone else did it. Endless amusement.
|Woman in a doorway
Not a prize-winning photo, but here because it's mentioned in the narrative.
Unfortunate enough to be passing by while the camera was out.
|Back lane in Bhenswara
The white car is an Ambassador, which must be the most popular car in India. The dog is a Rover.
|The Rawla at dusk|
|The next morning
Goods for sale. Besides a small general store, this is about it for Bhenswara.
|Waiting for the Post Office to open
...and an important letter from Gary Larsen.