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... We talked about school ragging in Indian colleges to Himalaya ranges of Kashmir which we could see from the plane. Jammu was strange. There were more men than women on the roads.. 1 woman amidst 150 men may be. Most of the people were Sikh with turbans. I observed Jammu people had strange looks in their eyes - fear, anger, sadness - I don't know what it was. It was not just in one person, many. So, this taxi driver who was driving us to Katra would not speak at ...
... I tried talking about the trek and if it is safe and he just said yes of course. I asked him if he ever had any problems and he said only with the tourists, one attacked his friend with a knife and cut off a piece of Sahids ear, I think that's what he said. We got bored of talking about a god I do not believe in so we decided to go retreat to bed. I wondered if the trauma of such a bad flood had crowded his mind with all the good people and bad things happening talk which I ...
... dedicated father.
Thankfully Akbar edges toward conclusion; it is truly spine batteringly cold, but Steve could not walk away from this story. He finally asks Akbar about the danger in the city. There is no room for honesty to make a u-turn at the dead end of this conversation so he knows he will get the truth. There is an election coming up and, in the final admission of the night Akbar growls offhandedly if ruefully, "There will be ...
... the northern part of the city, The Old Town, stopping first at the Jama Masjid, which we learnt is name of the biggest mosque in every town. The majestic structure was built in 1672. It is a perfect square with four pointed brick arches in the centre of each side of the square. These mark the four cardinal points and lead you into an open square courtyard area in the structures centre. The space is huge and I tried to imagine how spectacular it would feel when the thousands of ...
... in offer over the next few days.
Nearing the departure to Srinagar from Delhi at 3:15PM, we positioned ourselves near the designated gate.
We were surprised, when two gentlemen approached us and enquired whether we are on the Thomas Cook tour. On our confirmation, they exchanged expressions of "We Thought So" and told that they were also in the group. The gentlemen were Rajiv and Ravindranath, with whom we exchanged greetings and introductions, ...