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... single centimeter of your being is INSIDE the tiny little space because there are dudes on motorcycles, families being carted by rickshaw, little kids on bikes, men walking with their street food on a cart, or HUGE stinkin’ cows traveling on the same road INCHES from you! AND they are not always traveling in the same direction.... Everyone travels in 10 directions here.... there is North, South, East, West, North East, North West, South East, South West, Zig Zag ...
... and excellence of the Mughals slowly unfolds in front of you. Buland Darwaza (Gate of Victory) Designed with precious stone and marble, Buland Darwaza claims to be the largest gateway in the world. Its semi-octagonal shape and dome like roof exhibit typical Muslim architecture. The main gateway is crowned by a row of thirteen domed small kiosks representing a true grandeur of the Mughals. Diwan-E-Am (Hall of Public Audience) Diwan-E-Am is a spacious quadrangular ...
... on. The slab of stone inside that prison cell on which Devaki begot Krishna is the purpose of many a pilgrimage. If you should bring your parents here - you are requested to offer your pranams to them - right inside that room.Outside the prison cell and into the temple complex the Bhagavata Bhavan - the life size Radha Krishna is a sight to behold. Devotees turn ecstatic. The whole place is suffused with Bhakthi. Air electric. At Aarthi some go into a trance. People Believe. If ...
... there was an issue with the signal and no rail traffic was going through until they fixed it. ETA not known. It ended up being three hours before we made it to Agra. We had scheduled three things to do in Agra - Agra fort, lunch, and Taj Mahal. Well leaving out lunch was not an option and leaving out Taj was not an option, so we decided to skip the Agra Fort to spend more face time with the Taj Mahal...we think it was a ...
... of elephants, camels, horses and donkeys and work continued 24 hours a day for the full 22 years.
What's interesting is that India's most famous building is actually of Muslim creation, in a country that is 80% Hindu, but is clearly enjoyed and appreciated by all Indians.
We decided to visit the Taj Mahal at sunrise. Partly because it is much cooler at the ...