Epsilon The Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
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Passed by Chittorgarh on the way from Jaipur down to Ahmedabad. No time to stop, but I'll use the opportunity to narrate two of the famous stories from Chittor
Most of us might have studied in school about Rana Pratap. When he was crowned King, Chittor and the kingdom of Mewar had fallen to Akbar. Rana Pratap never acceded to Mughal rule and fought the famous Battle of Haldighati. Stories of bravery ...
... some more attractions around it like Teen Darwaja, Sayed Siddique Mosque, Ahmed Shah’s Mosque, Rani Sipri’s Mosque. All these are within range of few kms only, so do your study well and don’t miss any. Trust me, it will be an experience to remember. Initially, I got a bit confused between Jami Masjid and Jama Masjid which I found near Sarkhej Roja. Remained contented with it for some time then ...
... time for the 9:00 AM English service. We only forgot to consider one detail: Indian Standard Time.
Twenty-First Day in India – January 27, 2013
At least I was up on time, right? Well, it would have been nice to have had more than just cookies for breakfast, but you can only do so much at 7:00 AM in Ahmedabad. After waiting for Anne and my other classmate to finish getting ready for church, we all headed out. We were able to find a rickshaw that knew exactly ...
... me at its gate and stood there still, he refused to enter. May be he initially had some inhibitions, being a Brahmin entering a mosque, which gradually faded over time.
Well, it was the very first mosque that I ever visited in my entire life. I was wearing jeans and top that day. Walking on the streets in this dress, where you find women in mostly black burkhas, can draw a lot of attention. Never mind, I stood at the main gate ...
... and spices that gave the mash a greenish hue. There were mint, coconut, pepper, and other sauces into which the pancake and mush could be dipped. This dish, called a dosa, was one of my favorite meals in India. From breakfast, we went to Yael’s work where I met her coworkers then headed off for the Gandhi Ashram.
I arrived at the Ashram at around one in the afternoon, the midday sun baking my tired and dehydrated body. ...