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Hardwar is an ancient city of Uttarakhand, India. The River Ganga, after flowing for 253 kilometres from its source atGaumukh enters the Indo-Gangetic Plains of North I
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... aside, the Taj Mahal is truly spectacular, I've not really got the right superlative to describe it. The inside is a masterpiece of carving and intricate inlay, the flowers look like they are finely painted and even on very close inspection you can't tell that they are infact an inlay of rubys, emeralds, turquoise and all other manner of presious stones. It's also huge, massive infact, it rightly deserves its place as a modern wonder of the world, the marble alone cost 2 billon ...
... and cars and trucks just driving up the wrong side of the road (they did this on the highway too and no one took a second glance!). I think of all the places we went to in India Rishikesh is my favourite! It's beautiful, up north in the mountains on the Ganges! Everyone here seems so much more relaxed, with not so many people trying to hassle you to buy stuff.. Our hotel was on ...
... manual means (often carried in baskets placed on the head). Casual rates / volumes of movement are also most noticeable. Still, I guess with such a large potential (and actual) workforce, being gainfully employed more than efficiently so, is important and somewhat reality. No heart attacks here with the speed / effort of work.
Early into our strenuous march we came across a few boys engaged in a familiar activity. And guess who had to ...
Onto Phase Two of the journey. Although the streets are still busy and the bartering is still prevalent, there's a rural feeling about being here in the hills compared to Delhi. I had an interesting time in Haridwar. Initially felt some serious misgivings about my decision to spend a night in this holy city, and was wishing I'd gone straight on the bus to Rishikesh. I'd booked a hotel in a location away from all the central action, which presented a big problem when I hadn't ...