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Our last train journey took us to our final Indian destination of Bangalore. We stayed 3 nights and 4 days and we did absolutely no sight seeing. We had had our fill of India by this point so were quite happy not to be rushing around looking at this, that and the other. I think the most energetic thing we did was go to the post office and send a few knick-knacks home. This being India involved no less than 3 people; the chief postmaster, a wrapping/weighing lady and finally a ...
... temples. Among the tourist attractions here, the most prominent one in the Gwalior Packages is the Gwalior Fort. This fort was built during the 8th century and houses beautiful temples, museums and kunds inside it. The Gwalior Fort is a fine blend of various architectural styles and is a favourite among archaeology students.
The city is famous for its many tals or ponds that are part of many Gwalior Packages. Prominent among ...
... br> The cows and bull s in Muthathi are very beautiful having extremely long horns (more than 2 feet), pointed and sharp, looking very attractive.
While in Muthathi we saw a crowd carrying some god on their shoulders for visharjan (dipping in water). The god was sitting on a tiger and the crowd was screaming as ...
... the date today?" I asked Nic.
****. The ticket said the sixteenth. I shouted some expletives about the incompetent woman who had given us the tickets, then cursed myself for not having checked the ticket properly.
We raced to the ticket counter to try and get a ticket for the train, but soon decided this would be a waste of time. So we raced up to ...
... an armless
grandfather, sitting in front of his home, called me to join him. Of course
it was to ask me for money, but this didn't avoid the family to offer me a
cup of chai. No english here, so I didn't stay long and gave 10 rupees
before going and continue my walk on the riverside. Behind a few rocks, what
I discovered was almost a whole village made of these same "huts". Many
children over there: some washing clothes in the river, others ...