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... most humbling thing is that anyone who's anyone can get involved. It's sustained by volunteers only. I joined the traditional human chapatti making machine and it was a pleasure to offer something back. I think the locals really appreciated it and probably found it hugely entertaining watching me struggle with the chapatti rolling pin! Rolling out chapatti is not as straight forward as one might imagine.
... lord hanuman lovers.After visiting Durgiana temple went to see Mata lal mandir also known as Vaishno Devi mandir and believe me if you see this then you don't need to see other tirth as in this three or four storey temple they have made copy of all the major temples of India but those who don't like climb many stairs and are claustrophobic should give it a miss as you need to walk a lot and climb many stairs and moreover have to go in small caves. After ...
... me of those back to school haircuts from my childhood, only less beard work naturally.
Flushed with achieving one thing for the day I went off to find the girls and my new warm clothing as it was cold in Rishikesh and I only had the wardrobe from warmer climes. After much advice on colour and duchebaginess I found a nice hoodie and shirt and came across the hardest barterer I'd met in the sub continent. After much tooing and froing the power of my new enlarged forehead ...
... is almost in ruins.
Samadhi of Guru Angad Dev Ji:
About 30 km south east from Amritsar, and within easy reach from
Goindwal Sahib is a Samadhi of the second Guru. It was built by Maharaja Ranjit
Singh in 1815 A.D.
Jama Masjid Khairuddin:
Built by Mohd. Khairuddin in 1876, this masjid is a place of
architectural beauty situated in the Hall Bazar. This is the holy place from
where a call against ...
... Sikhs have a completely different experience. It was somehow comforting (and maybe a little voyeuristic) seeing people experiencing what was an obvious and literal religious experience for them. I would have loved to have parked myself on a slab of marble, people watched and absorbed the atmosphere to try to feel more connected.
Visit to Jallianwala Bagh: Scott and I set out the next morning to find an ATM and possibly head to see ...