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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... compelled me to think – is present generation protecting its history or it’s the history, nurturing generations year after year. Apart from Hindu gods and Jain Tirthankars, one more thing caught my attention, a old mosque at the base of the caves. It is being said that it was built by Hyder Ali, father of Tipu Sultan. Its presence adds a uniqueness of this place that depicts acceptance and transfusion of religions. After roaming around for a while I ...
... with us ;P
Not having done any research on what to expect, we went underneath the rocks to click some photos inside the "cave" Starting on our way back, Appu jumped into a gap in the rocks to enhance his "cave" photo collection, and voila, he found a path further into the rocks. Everyone jumped in, and tactfully avoiding some cobwebs we moved further in.
The picture in my mind about caves were that of ...
... man stamping my passport was my first initiation. I sat waiting for him after he stamped and had given back the passport. But was he done? He looks up at me and does a head wiggle. Yes. go about your way, what are you still doing here? I gave you back your passport. Go on now.
I think the head wiggle is a much more apt word. Not just a nod, that's too much like a western: yes. You see, it's not quite yes. It's an Indian's way of saying 10 different ...
... and they had to search through the numbers as well as working it out, they actually felt involved with the Maths. I was so happy, and they were working it out using the numbers as well, so they were going through the process that they had learnt, it was really good to see! :)
I was with Mars in my next lesson, and I am being given a lot of freedom with them, I have just been told to work on reading and spelling, but I have been told that I ...
... eating here though (the roasted peanuts covered in cockroaches in the corner made my stomach rumble just glancing at them).
After I fought my way through the mass of people, shaking their rupees and demanding whiskey, I finally made my way to the front of the cage (getting odd side glances the whole way—this obviously wasn’t the typical ‘tourist’ stop, since the surrounding area seemed to be overrun with stalls selling ...