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... with Jewish believes, the Sikh religion and Buddhism to create one that believed in ONE universal god. He had many advisors who helped him make decisions. Super cool. There was a pillar in the building where they all met that represented architecture and style of all the religions and it held up the ceiling. There was a lifesize Parcheezi (sp?) board in the courtyard. The King and his wifes used to sit in the middle and roll the dice and then instruct beautiful concubines ...
... knowledge. He
was wildly enthusiastic about wildlife generally and had even worked for some
years at the tiger reserve in Ranthambore. We gave him a swift cross
examination to check whether there were actually any tigers there at all but he
did not buckle and assured us that we had just been unlucky not having seen one
on our visit.
Declining the cheaper “walking” option soon proved to be an extremely
... we abandoned the quest. In retrospect if we had stayed a bit longer the evening light once the sun had gone behind the horizon would probably have been impressive but hey - you win some you lose some. Back to the Bansi where our host ( sorry can't remember his name) had organised dinner for us, including his mothers favourite potato curry recipe which is in Madhur Jaffrey's Taste of India cookbook. It lived up to its billing. Early to bed for a very early start ...
... was built in 1569 and was the capital and seat of power of Akbar, the Great. The construction of this walled city took almost 15 years but remained as the Mughal empire's capital for only 10 years! (apparently due to severe and constant water shortages). This huge complex includes several royal palaces, a harem (Akbar had more than 300 concubines), courts and a mosque. The entrance is impressive and imposing at 55 metres! (180 ...
It is grave yard of family members of holy saint. People say, the lamp in front of the shrine lightens itself when it is dark.
It is also demonstration of Emperor Akbar's respect for all other religions. A dedicated monument for din e ilahi (religion promoted by Emperor Akbar, said to be having good of all religion) imparts ...