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Old 08-01-2017   #1
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my pephew's wife is preparing ''roti'' for lunch in my nephew's home. this is common sight in other village homes....

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Not sure what a pephew is, but assume it is nephew, thus your nephews wife...? What is "roti"? It doesn't seem to make a lot of sense what it is or is going on to this American guy, so can you describe? Her hand is on top of something, that is on top of something (like a stone wall or something), so it is more fascinating what is happening.....
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Not sure what a pephew is, but assume it is nephew, thus your nephews wife...? What is "roti"? It doesn't seem to make a lot of sense what it is or is going on to this American guy, so can you describe? Her hand is on top of something, that is on top of something (like a stone wall or something), so it is more fascinating what is happening.....

two ways of finding what her hand is on. looking carefully, or looking up
roti
both will give you flat bread i.e. Indian tortilla (using leavened dough) How about giving the guy an opinion of the image? Speaking of which!

I like it, maybe would have changed camera angle so that cross piece fell alittle further up the arm giving the hand and the roti some space.
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I did give an opinion on the image
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Let me laugh at my mistake of nephew and ur marking it Mr Pickles.

Roti, or also called chapati and even 'bread' by many. It is cooked on a ''chulha''(earthen stove), which u can say burner and lit by fire woods. The lady made a dough and a piece was kept on the ''tawa'' A 5mm thick made up of the clay and used for spl occasions, as she asked me that would I like to eat a ''kadila'' clay vessel roti.... as seen....she is cooking the thin bread on that making from a piece of dough....I was too happy since it gives some different that gas stoves and easy in digestion....Though the couple owns a modern house and a well furnished kitchen, as seen in cities......So the pic had a good value for me. .....In her furnished kitchen, she uses steel ''tawa'' on gas stove. That has slight different taste......
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Ahh, so the dark gray item by her hand is the "burner" (gets hot from he fire below the clay brick ledge) and the yellowish item on top right below her hand is the bread, like pita or a tortilla...right?

When I looked at this the other day I thought her hand was over a bowl that had grain or bread inside.

Thanks for the explanation. One can learn through images and conversation.
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THNK U Didereaux.....I think above reply will satisfy u....she is turning the roti to cook it from other side as well...my idea was to cover the nephew's wife sans bamboo, but as I coud not move either side, as many things dumped outside, I had to limit the angle, despite lamenting.....
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tHESE ROTIS, CHAPATI OR BREADS are today evening product......some vegetables, achar, salad, curd are ready IMG_2658-1 by cgopal shroti, on Flickrto satisfy our appetite.


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