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... Minar and Humayun's Tomb , have been declared World Heritage Site .
The national capital of India, New Delhi is jointly administered by both the Central government of india government of delhi and the local government of delhi, it is also the capital of the National Capital Territory of Delhi.
hinduism is the religion of 79.8% of New Delhi's population. There are also communities of muslims(12.9%)
... van and passed a Muslim Holy man’s tomb on our way.
The van was parked 100 metres or so up the road where the crowds were “thinner”. I stopped to admire a beautiful woman in her colourful sari and asked if I could take her photo … she didn’t seem to understand English but I think she realised I liked her sari.
Once back in the van, we drove back to the south side of Delhi where we ...
... the first mosque or temple I have been in that required me to remove both shoes and socks. I understand from the perspective of both respect and removing leather from your body by taking off your shoes, as you do at every mosque. I’m not sure why the socks have to go too, here, but they were adamant. Perhaps this helps you avoid stepping on bugs somehow.
The original temple here was built in the 17th century, although the ...
... wrong way. He took a different turn and brought us back on track. About 1km from our hotel he pulled into a lane that was "closed police" read the sign. The driver then started going a different way, David said, "I will direct you". The man who spoke excellent English half ignored David. David repeated again, it is this way, you need to turn right. The man then pulled into a tourist information centre. David said three times, "why are you stopping here, I know where the hotel is, I ...
... or Ulta (upside down) Pradesh as Abhishek described it] was just slightly more chaotic. I would love to go down south and see if changes have happened there too.
The smart royals also seem to have hit on the right win-win formula - convert one's palaces and forts to properties fit for royalty, then allow riff raff (like me) to experience some royal-standard decadence and service - the kind they themselves are used to - how smart is that!
I hadn't ...