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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 ...
... the bubbles, it is a little sweeter than I like but hey it is New Year so bubbles is mandatory. We head out to the local bar again, G&T for me. After a few drinks we decide to go for a walk. Guess who the crazy foreigner is who starts wishing everyone Happy New Year and shaking hans with every Indian she finds. I just cannot help myself. Then back for another drink and start chatting to the locals. Bevan finally gets me to head to the hotel around 11pm. It was a fun ...
... You must stimulate your sense of smell,
hearing and even touch to really understand.
We're planning to jump on a train to Jaipur in the
next day or two, hopefully there will be less poor people there so I
can hopefully enjoy my grossly over priced and unnecessary goods
without the guilt. Oh, the food. The food here is great, we've
eaten at a few local restaurants and so far my stools have remained
solid :) I will keep you updated on ...
... I had to let go by, just standing and watching in marvel. There were people jumping off the train well before it actually ground to a halt and people also trying to get on. It was a real hustle and bustle; dog eat dog mentality, when it came to boarding the train. Something I've noticed a lot since I’ve been here. There was no way I was getting on any of these trains, unless I was prepared to transform into my Tottenham North East London, ghetto ...
... wanted to take us into the police station for a blood test. We argued the point for a while but were told the reason we were stopped was due to being seen with Misar, a known drug dealer. I had images of 'banged up abroad' running through my mind and was willing to do whatever necessary to avoid getting in the filthy scary police van that was now looming over us. After much discussion mostly by Alon we agreed on a huge backshesh (bribe) to be let go. The police in ...