THE SMALL TOWN of Chomu links Jaipur with the Shekhawati region. Traces of a grander past are visible in its once impressive fort, handsome havens and stepwells. But Chime’s charm lies in its rural ambience, where bullocks and camels plough the fields, and the unique four-pillared well is the main source of water. In the market, tractor spare parts and tubewell pump-sets vie for attention with hand-carts spilling over with mounds of cucumbers and ber (Zizyphus mauritiana), a berry for which the region is famous.
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