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Tea with Kailash. Wants to be an architect. Uses a samsung smartphone for facebooking
Ellora caves - anees, guide book seller and lonely planet recommended guide.
Bibi ka Maqbara
Naan Qalia (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naan_qa lia)
Christian (at least on Paper) living in Sikh Gurudwara, visiting Buddhist, Hindu, Jain and Muslim ...
... nice. Since we are not interested in art, design or architecture, we believe, we weren´t able to appreciate enough the beauty and delicacy of all sculptures and paintings. It is obviously very impressive, especially if you take into account what kind of tools the artists of that time had at disposal and how many years all these pieces of art have been surviving for.
Even though Ellora Caves are supposed to be more fabulous we liked Ajanta Caves more. They are ...
... of the food, and to walk over to watch the performances and explore everything. We thanked her very much and told her how beautiful she looked. Everyone there looked beautiful! It was quite a sight. The whole thing was very overwhelming. In a good way though. There were a lot of people and a lot of things going on. We bumped into a few girls who were our age and we talked to them for a little while. We then went over to the stage and took a seat. People came over and served us ...
Day 4: Sunday 4th August
I suppose I had better start off by explaining where the name "don't pannik" came from encase the older population of readers are thinking, "What do they teach our children at school and university these days?" Well, the name came to me while I was revising for my final university exams; my mind wondered onto the fun that I was going to have this summer to help try and find some motivation. I realized if you ...
... 1100km to this site. He decided that the main city in India should be more central, but after a few years of building they found that there was an acute water shortage at Daulatabad and the entire population had to return to Delhi. The fort is built on Devagiri (the hills of gods) which is 200m high. 750 very steep steps lead you to the top of the hill. Werner and Kevin Sr. did the trip to ...