Hotel Executive Enclave
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... does not recognise it officially. Basially 'Caste' is the social structure of Hindu society and the caste you are born into, largely determines your social standing in the community, your marriage prospects and vocational opportunities. There are 4 main castes; Brahmin (priests and scholars), Kshatryia (soilers and administartors), Vaisshya (merchants) and Shudra (labourers). The castes are said to have emerged from Lord Brahma's body with the highest Caste class coming from ...
... t help but pop into the High Court to watch some of the action (despite leaving our jobs, we are still law geeks at heart). The Registry filing system really was a sight to behold: loosely filed folders precariously stacked on top of one another, 3 deep and pushed to one side of a public hallway. Pigeons control the rafters above the dusty dark stained wooden hallways, so you have to be careful not to be shat on en route to your Court room. After briefly getting lost ...
... on the chihuahua! 4. Made a new friend. Mahomar, you will always be welcome in Brussels! 5. Found out that sometimes following your GPS might lead you into a slum. And also that being a real tourist attraction in that slum has its perks! 6. Realized India really, really, really (!) has a lot of people. 7. Visited Gandhi's house/museum and learned that they have a ...
... Dubey- it used powerful metaphors,and parallels, and left us all moved through its intensity. The city breeds so much talent. I spent some time with Pia- anu auntie's daughter, and her friends- and we sipped some beers on a gorgeous roof top terrace whilst watching the Man U match- looks like I can't ever escape the ubiquity of football! I spent a lovely Sunday with Laura, sipping a luxurious hot chocolate at the Taj, before moving on to a full on St Patrick's day celebration- where ...
... also doing tattoos of all things! He was a grubby barefoot teenager who went from left making bracelets with little beads to right doing rudimentary tattoos on Indians. I literally couldn't believe it, it was so unsanitary and dirty. He had a small white box with a needle held in. I presume the box was battery powered, it buzzed a little but was no where near as loud as the tattoo machines we have at home. His customers, all young Indian men would spend a minute or ...