The turn at the curb towards Mosque Road in Fraser Town, brings along a whiff of myriad barbecue flavours. The road ahead is choc-a-block with vehicles honking to get past the market teeming of food connoisseurs and vendors. The mosque on the opposite side of the road, lets out a howl of prayers as another day in the holy month of Ramadaan comes to an end. The end of prayers or Iftar, opened up the floodgates of saliva to the mouth-watering delicacies of this annual food market. Under a rainy Bangalore sky, here is a glimpse of the sights and colours of this vibrant place.
We had a wonderful 3 hours covering this one and a half kilometre stretch of the road, vibrant and alive, not only with people, but most importantly food!
A dreamer, a mystic and a traveller!
Gallivanting through this life, I travel to understand my soul, place by place, people by people. As a constant learner, I dabble with photography, playing music, reading tarot, practicing Reiki, learning new languages, painting, and of course travelling – I feel it is this variety of life that keeps life alive and fresh. When I am not doing anything, I can be found huddled up with a book in a corner of my house, letting my imagination take flight.
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