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... with Jewish believes, the Sikh religion and Buddhism to create one that believed in ONE universal god. He had many advisors who helped him make decisions. Super cool. There was a pillar in the building where they all met that represented architecture and style of all the religions and it held up the ceiling. There was a lifesize Parcheezi (sp?) board in the courtyard. The King and his wifes used to sit in the middle and roll the dice and then instruct beautiful concubines ...
... as it took a good 20 minutes on the rickshaw to even reach the
reserve proper! Once in there, our man was a frenzy of activity. Every few
seconds he would adopt a pose not dissimilar to Tonto when stalking “injuns”
and whisper urgently for us to look where he was pointing. As he spoke
regulation “comedy indo-english” (goodness gracious me) it was not always easy to
understand exactly what he meant.
So it turned out that we were very lucky with the relatively warm weather (about 24 degrees during the day) in the first days even though it got quite cold at night (about 5-8 degrees). And I was not ready for such cold weather when packing up for this trip. So when we left Agra, i was wearing thermal leggings underneath the jeans, 5 layers of tops including woollen jumper and i was still freezing... We stopped at this abandoned city that ...
... of the Mughal Empire for 14 years in the 16th century. Founded by Akbar, after his victories at Chittaurgarh (been there) and Ranthanbore (want to go there), he moved his capital from Agra to Fatehpur Sikri.
As the story goes, the great Akbar, at all of 26 years old was 'without issue' - i.e. he had no son. He sought help from a Sufi Saint, Salim Chishti who blessed Akbar with his first son, Jahangir aka Nuruddin Mohammad Salim - named after Salim Chishti. ...
... we also visited a fairly recent Buddhist temple, built by foreign Buddhists, and a giant standing Buddha erected by Thai Buddhists. From Sarnath we returned to the airport along dusty roads clogged with the usual obstacles and reached it in good time for our return flight to Delhi. Om was waiting for us, and before he dropped us off at the Tree of Life, we stopped quickly at the PVR plaza to pick up a couple of burgers at McDonalds I mentioned earlier that I was ...