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-Capital city is New Delhi.
-In India, 73% of Indians speak Indo-Aryan and 24% of them speak Dravidian language.
-Recorded in 2012, 1.237 billion people are living in India.
-In India, as currency, they use Indian rupee.
-The major religion in India is Hinduism.
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... poverty/noise and pollution. And just like all the places we've visited chaos! Here they do have pavements for pedestrians... However motorists will use these too! Two nights here was enough .. Especially after Jon spotted yet another Rowland (the rat) in the hotel lobby! Off for an early start tomorrow to catch a plane to the holy city of Varanasi. Will be cool to be near the River Ganges for another one of Jon's 21st birthday!! Goodnight ...
... decide a dip ourselves is not warranted. The other two passengers are from Holland, but you'd never have guessed. One is Korean but adopted at an early age...it was surprising seeing them converse in dutch. We believe their names were Linda and Renee – they were really nice and offered us some bread when they saw we came empty handed. Good thing too because we were starving! About halfway through I (M) see our boatman getting tired and holding his wrists. Asking him if he's ...
Haven't had good internet access in Varanasi so haven't been able to write. Sitting in hotel lobby in Mumbai using wifi trying to do some updating now. We arrived in Varanasi on the 22/12/13 in the afternoon, by taxi. The trip took 2 hours. We hit a large rock on the road, as we were trying to overtake a bus. Luckily the driver managed to maintain control of the car, and stopped us from side swiping the bus, where we would ...
... kids with supernaturally savvy sales skills sell salvaged somethings. Many of the faithful are here on matters related to death, as Varanasi is the city of death (how did we not notice THAT on the brochure!?). We have already seen a couple of small funeral processions moving their departed past us in the tight alleys.
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