Crowne Plaza Hotel Gurgaon
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... ugly, half completed and derelict looking communist style empty buildings, with rusting scaffolding still in place suggesting that they had not been worked on in a very long time. Clearly monuments to a dream turned nightmare. The few buildings that were finished had only a smattering of tenants in them. They, easily identified by washing hanging from desolate balconies. Once we got into the more rural areas there were huge wheat and potato fields with lots ...
... firm and the Engineer of Record - but who is overseeing the installation of the complex re-bar, the testing of the concrete?? And in Agra, dozens of high rises are being constructed - huge infrastructure dollars being spent. While in contrast a hodge podgy of construction in Delhi and an unreliable electrical grid. Anyways, seems like I took more photos of buildings that anything else...its interesting on how we are in Canada vs. India. ...
If it weren't for Emperor Mohammed Shah and his habit of embarking on expeditions after checking his stars - the Jantar Mantar would not exist today. Thanks to the disagreements between his various astrologers.
Many kings of Jaipur knew the prowess of the Mughals and never went to ...
... then as I wanted to ride an elephant and my grand-uncle promptly summoned the temple elephant which appeared at our doorstep - this was no howdah kind of ride - I (and my dad) had to climb on the kneeling elephant's leg and clamber on to its neck behind the mahout; I still remember the needle-like hairs on the elephant's back scratching my bare legs (since I was in aforementioned shorts and vest).
Fast forward some 15 or 20 years later, visiting my grand uncle, ...
... to throngs of mainly Indian tourists and the odd Westerner. Then it's on to the Drum House, or, Naubat Khana, which is basically another gate where visitors would have have to have left their carriages and elephants and where drummers played five times a day to call to prayer.
This place is immense. A lot of it was destroyed and it was all totally looted but what remains is impressive and you ...