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Travel Blogs from Gurgaon
As most of you know, I'm back in Delhi again. This time for an internship at the law firm Amarchand & Mangaldas for one month. I’m one week in, so I thought I’d give everyone a quick update.
As far as the internship goes, I was placed in the Project Finance Group. As it’s been explained to me, the group does the legal work for banks that fund projects with the intent of taking a cut of the future profits. So ...
... spoke to us. This brought on an interesting response 'what? You don't want to talk to an Indian?' In the most offended tone possible. These people sure know how to play tourists! We did get caught out by a few of these men on the first day in Delhi. As we walked down the street, looking for somewhere to eat, three different men pointed us in the same direction of a 'Government Tourist Office'. We ignored the first two but when the third told us we figured it might be ...
... were we being tugged and shouted at from every angle, we had also managed to recruit ourselves a stalker within five seconds of leaving the airport. The man followed us for 10 minutes until we finally gave in, with regret, to take a taxi with him to our hotel. The system seemed legit; we went up to a counter, gave the address of the Grand Godwin Hotel and accepted the 300 rupee charge (approximately 3.75 GBP.) I had no idea at the time that I was in for a ...
... ten minutes later and then with me got into the back of a waiting taxi. He explained that M’s village was around 80 kilometres away from Delhi, so I settled myself down. I even dropped off to sleep for an hour. I woke with a start when the taxi suddenly came to a halt pulling up on the side of the freeway. Some policemen had pulled us over. I was relieved to see that these were the bamboo stick-carrying-kind rather than the rifle-carrying-kind of policemen. They claimed that we ...
... each (the number nine is symbolic of perfection).
Tuesday morning we walked from our hotel to a Sikh temple. Before entering we all took off our shoes and socks and put on head scarves. The Sikh religion started in the sixteenth century and is the fourth largest in the world. They believe in one God, the same god for Hindus, Muslims, etc. They became a political and military power in the seventeenth ...
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