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Dear Jyoti & Nashi
Hello, today I open your website and I really surprise that you done lot of work on Raika community. Myself Ashok Raika from Ahmedabad.
As I belong to Raika community I am very much proud on you. ...

Thanking you
Ashok Kalor Raika [India]


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Hallo Elin!
I just wanted to say that I was incredibly impressed and touched when I read about you and your life! What a strength to venture to live as YOU want! To follow ones heart, to be open towards oneself and the surrounding is something that many of us are repressing. We live in a kind of fake world. You gave me inspiration and motivation to follow my inner feelings!!
Good luck with whatever you are doing!!

Warm greetings
Ylva Kristiansen [Sweden]

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Hi!
… Before I red your story I was unsure if it really were possible for a person grown up in a western society to change your life so completely and live in India. This is something I really would like to do, what my heart tells me, but I am still afraid that maybe after a few years I would realize that this isn't the life for me. When I tell people of my ideas they always say that I after sometime am going to get tired of it. I feel much more confident though, now that I read your story.
It would be nice to learn more about the life you're living and what problems you've had to face. I also would like to thank you for giving me inspiration.

Lots of love
Maria Hallgren [Sweden]

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Dear Nashi & Jyoti
... even if it was such short time together I miss u two, u both was very special for me and I'm really thinking about u a lot and talking with my friends and family about the talks we had...
The meeting with u two was more special than India for me..

Take care
Uri Ben Ari [Israel]


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Hallo
... I have read through your web site and it cannot be denied that I am longing 'home' to Udaipur and longing back to my journeys in Rajasthan. I would like to sit up at Mount Abu and look out over the sunset and the desert, or maybe even more to seek the peace in the marble halls of Ranakpur.

Håkan [Sweden]

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Hallo
... I will soon make a long journey to Nepal and India. I have read about you and got so curious about your way of living. … I am very interested in getting to know the 'Real' India and I think the best way to do it is through you. I have been both in Nepal and India before and I am quite aware about what to expect. Earlier I have been afraid to travel in the countryside, even though that is what attract me the most. I think I can learn a lot from you. Can I come anytime or do I need to book?

Thanking you in advance, looking forward to meet you.
Gunilla Pettersson [Sweden]

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Hallo Gunilla,
Thanks for your interest in the Real India. If you want to visit us and engage us for guiding, you need to make a booking in advance. Please see detailed information about booking procedure at www.marustali.net/booking.htm
Welcome to Rajasthan!
Jyoti & Nashi


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Hallo!
... I felt a kind of interest to know how they are living down there, I myself come from a Same family up in a south-Lappish area in Härjedalen/Jämtland ... When I read the article [Kvinnor.net] I almost became a little bit thoughtful, do all the original populations in the world have the same kind of problems? ...to become more or less accepted? And why do you attract so much attention in the media? You who are Europeans! ...

Anita [Sweden]

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Dear Anita,
Let us first thank you very much for your e-mail, it has been kind by you to share your 'thoughtfulness' with us. We hope that the many citations and articles from Indian paper and magazines that we have added in the website may let you grasp a glimpse of the reason of so much attention devoted to us by the media.
To reconnect to your first question, the Gurjar and Raika cannot be counted as an 'original population' so there is no question of acceptance of any kind. They are part of the shepherd culture that has its origin in Central Asia, and that thousands of years ago spread to the east and west generating the Indo-European societies from Eire (Ireland) and Iran to Haryana (in India) - names that are related to the roots of the word Aryan. The Gurjar and Raika are thus high castes of the Kshatria Varna like the mighty Rajputs, the Maharajas kings of Rajasthan.
The population you belong to originated around the beginning of the first millennium through the adoption of pastoral economy, almost at the same time in my Sicily the contacts with Cretan merchants arrived to lead my fatherland toward civilisation and in Rajasthan the first Aryan shepherd roamed around.
By the way, we believe that as long as we look upon the differences between us, we will not be able to accept each other at all, we should look upon each other thinking more about what we have in common!
Jyoti


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I was amazed by the lecture of the site, reading about your experience in the desert Félicitations!!
I myself went to Rajasthan, last year, but of course I haven't seen half of what you have seen! I want to go back, if possible.
Could I get in touch with you in case I return to India, do you both organise trips to the Rajasthan?
Thank you for your answer!

Merci!
Christine [France]

Well find!
Come whenever you like, we are waiting for you. We do not 'organize' trips, we limit ourselves as guides but we do offer a lot of many other things... all of them rigorously unorganized! Our speciality is just to offer a free and true contact with the authentic life of Indian reality.
At any time!
Jyoti & Nashi





 

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