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... economic classes and castes. The government gives a break on the land cost for the private schools, but requires them to save 25% of their seats for students from the Economically Weaker Status (EWS) who live within one kilometer, but schools are finding loop holes or writing false certificates to give employees children seats at the schools. There is indeed a great divide of wealth an access to education in New Delhi, India. I look forward to seeing if this holds true in Kolkata as ...
... sandstone in an architectural style conceived by Lutyens combining European and Indian. The intent was to impress the viewer with the power of the Raj and it certainly does that as one looks from the hill, down the vast and spacious Rajpath to the India Arch which on that day was barely visible through the haze. From there, Om dropped us off and Deepak let us into the Delhi Metro, fascinating in so many ways. First, the stations are beautiful, spacious and ...
... br> What we have seen so far -
The Taj Mahal is simply stunning, and really busy! Lots of people from Calcutta there today, we
met one family on the train who were heading there and another few who wanted
to chat for a wee while, and of course the odd one or two who wanted to get
their photo taken with either Paul or myself and occasionally both of us.
Highlight of today was ...
... of 50 kilometers away from Calangute Beach.
The above mentioned list of top 10 beaches in India includes some popular names such as Baga, Marina, Ganapatipule, Juhu, Kovalam and Anjuna among others. There are some other incredibly scenic beaches that offer everything from action to solitude, and of course party ambience. To know more about other most popular beaches in India check out:-
... party people, this is not the place! Better head for Anjuna or Arambol. Bur for me, living in my van…. If was HEAVEN!!! At the far left side I could park my van right at the beach next to a palm tree! Perfect spot for my hammock and ocean view as soon as I opened my door in the morning! The water man coming to our part of the beach every morning, the fish guy passing by, home-made honey sold on my van-step! And with my bicycle going to the bakery ...
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