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... The Dying Princess”.
- Cave 17 (450 A.D.). It is a splendid Buddhist monastery. It used to be fully adorned with wonderful paintings. The mural paintings are still well-preserved. There are numerous masterpieces of paintings in this cave. Above the entrance of the monastery there is the depiction of seven Buddhas. Below the figures of Buddhas, eight couples in different seating postures are portrayed.
- Cave 19 (600 A.D.). This small ...
... on a kurta to be more traditionally dressed than in my American clothes. Too bad I didn't bring any nice clothes with me. We ran back upstairs outside to the sound of the wedding festivities! There were performances going on and lots and lots of people. We just went for it. Went right down the stairs. We were near where people were serving food and kind of stood there not knowing what to do. We asked someone if it was okay if we went down. A man told us to wait there and said he ...
... came from him,he replied in hindi,"Sir my wife is not giving me handkerchiefs as if it is stained with blood it will be waste and she will not clean,and in the cost of it I can buy a BINDI for her in this month."(Its a joke cracked ), and he wiped the wound with some cleaning cloth available on dashboard.Wow where do you see such a purity and simplicity.
Then he went on saying "Sir I have diabetics but I don't smoke,drink ...
... past trucks and buses, with other cars, trucks and buses coming at us at times, trying to pass on their side. There were moments when the 2 lane road was a 4 lane one simply by use. And in the dark. And the smog. However, home safe and sound, in our less- than-quiet hotel room, watching "SkyFall" and eating room service dinner.
Tomorrow, to the Ajanta caves, and then back to this same hotel! So nice to have our stuff in one place for a few days.
... haNNah and dominIK together, you get Pannik. This seemed too scary considering the exam situation so, following discussions with the other two, decided to change it to Don't pannik since this was also one of Alcuin College's (which we had all been a member off at University) trap lines, so it seemed fitting.
The whole reason we went to Aurangabad was to go and see the Ajanta Caves which had been recommended to me by some family friends; today was ...