This is his son. Assalamualaikum. Hi guys. This is Indian brother that will bring me around today. But I told him only two hours is enough for the tour. and then I’ll go by myself. This is the same person that treats me. I’m really happy. Thanks God that bring him to me. Where are we going? Clock tower. Just go around the city. Oh, wow. Wow, you look great now. Thanks. This is the stand high court. What are they selling? Vegetable. Mango, fruits. Yeah. This our paining. Are they homeless? Yeah, homeless. What is this? Mall. Big mall, She wants money? No no. Why she cleans this? Homeless. But we not gonna give here, right? Yeah. She cleans this because she wants to have money. This is a clock tower. The main city of Pushkar? Sorry, Jodhpur. If I want to buy something, promise me I’ll pay my money alright. I don’t promise No no. I’m not gonna buy it. Seriously. You are my guest. I understand, but dinner is enough. No. I’m not gonna buy. This is a main entrance gate. Sadar market. You know what? If here is Delhi. I’m walking and people say come come. Always and ask ” Do you want?” I just want to have privacy. People are very different. This is hand wrists for women. Because this time is ten, many shops are starting open. Yeah. In Thailand 8 o’clock and 8.30 is the official time. Very different. Which car is this? Like water? Clean the floor? For cleaning the floor. Assalamualaikum. Waalaikumsalam Aow, Muslim. Yeah. I wanna pay. How much for a ticket? 30 Rupee. This way. Why you didn’t pay? Because you are Indian? Yeah. Only foreigners. I’m a first person here. Let’s walk, this way, right? Yeah. Way to clock tower. Hello. I feel pain at the beginning. I can see the feather and pigeon staff. Only here? Finish? This is a clock. Only one in Jodphur. Yeah. I thought there is the area for a top view. Only a function of the clock. That is the gate that we walk in. The guard of the king living here. This one. This and this. Duty for security. 24 hours. They are just changing the time. Where does the king live? The king stays there. I got you now. Is huge there. How many hours if I walk in? One hour. Oh, what is that? Because of,, What’s the time now? 10.30 You can pick the call. I got a lot of information from him. It’s similar to Thai market. This is the place that the guard stay to make sure that everything is alright. Because it occupied by Britist. The area is the living area for soldiers. After Indian gets freedom this place is a market place for the people. It’s a horse there. Are you riding? No no, it’s alright. The famous Lassi? Yeah. Hi. I’ll eat Lassi. Hey, how are you? Waiting. Can I have a glass of water? I want to drink water before the review. No need to review plain water. This is Lassi, milk mixed with yogurt. I have tried in Delhi before. But it’s different from here. He said here’s good. Nice. Should I do this? Yeah. Do you like it? Yeah. It’s yogurt with Masala. They add Masala in food, tea and yogurt. But in Delhi don’t have Masala. We are going to the fish market. Many horses here, but you have to pay for it. The one you got me yesterday right. This is the most famous market. Here? In Jodhpur. The best one. Yeah. Hi. Where is this? Do you want to buy? Yeah, fish market. A fish market. Oh, it’s huge. This fish is Rahu. This one? Same. No, it’s not. This is fungus. You see, I know is not same. I must tell him that my grand mom doing this business. And I have eaten shark and so on. But I don’t want to talk about that. A chicken shop. All people here are Muslim. Assalamualaikum. Salam. Oh, A Muslim road. Thank you so much bye. Namaste only hindu right? Yeah. Come this way. Barber shop. How much for one hair cut? 50 Rupee. What about massage. 100 Rupee. My last day in Delhi. I wanna know the real price. I’m worried about someone gonna cheat on me again. If they say 200 for a massage, I said no. Just 100. Alhamdulillah. That’s all for today. He brings me around the center of Jodhpur. Which is a clock tower and markets. I have showed you about their lifestyle and culture here. It’s not that deep about their culture but I hope you guys can see the picture of people here. Because I have local people that bring me around Thank you so much for helping me. Can you say something in Indian Languages. [An Indian word] Meaning? Mamaska. It is Hindu. Not namaste? It same. [Sikh language] You know many languages. I wanna say goodbye in Indian. Tata. Bye. See you. Wait! I have a bonus for you. This is special part for you. Because he brings me to his home. This is his son. What is this? Kind of snack. Like this. I never try this one. I ate before in Malaysia. But the taste here more better. Tea Masala. I’m getting to know Indian food. I’ll try a cookie. A cookie Masala? No. No Masala. Just now I have 50 Baht note. So, I give to him. Let this note be a reminder of me. And he wants to give to me too. This one. What is this? This is the bread. Like saying Subhanallah. I’ll give to my mom, she gonna love it. Maybe I’ll keep it myself. So beautiful. In Thailand there is this kind of thing as well but it’s just normal. This one so beautiful. How to say thank you? (Indian word) It’s like Arabic. Same. Ok, see you.