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... than a tomb!
Its construction was completed in 1572 after seven years to build it. Interestingly, this Humayun’s Tomb inspired the construction of the more famous Taj Mahal!
I was glad I came and set eyes on this masterpiece! :-)
... amp; winter sports (JIMS
And I decided to go for a Govt. institute, because with them you
get the opportunity to get training with Air force/Navy/Paramilitary/Army/NCC
men’s and the best part is that, the
training is conducted in the army selected area in their manner and the traning
is given by the best Instructors of Defence.
Who have already trained many Army/Air force men/Mountaineers as ...
... soldier resting on his arms reversed in tribute, while around the base of the arch there must have been at least half a dozen others pacing around with their automatic rifles slung. An interesting contrast to the National War Memorial in Ottawa! Then on to the Red Fort, the dominating edifice in the Old City once known as Shahjahanabad. Om dropped me off at the entrance, but I had more than an hour to kill before the show began, so I crossed the street and ...
Hi everyone, Hope you all had a great half term! We ended up staying in Jaisalmer for 6 nights. We attended the 3 day annual desert festival, which was an experience within itself. There were events such as camel polo, camel racing, moustache tying and all sorts of racing. It was very enjoyable to watch. We left on Tuesday and headed for Delhi by a 17 hour sleeper train journey. On there ...
... side of the world, and can't get that much time off work. This excuse doesn't apply anymore (I was going to start that sentence with 'Sadly', but it really isn't!). My friend Suri is the one getting married, to his long-term girlfriend Shreya, and it's to be a small wedding. 'Only' 180 people have been invited to the wedding which is outside Delhi, and a further 200 or so will be invited to the reception in Delhi. We are all pretty tired from the stag festival, but ...
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