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... the Chalukya style of temple architecture or "Kailash Mahameru Prasad" style The temple is situated at such a place that there is no land in a straight line between Somnath seashore until Antarctica,
... be dyed four or more times. Then for the next section they need to graduate the position that they dye the colours to make designs, the simpler ones may be diamonds with smaller shapes inside, but they also had more complex designs with elephants. Then all these tiny threads are weaved together to make the sari, but takes over a year to make one this way. He showed us one Sari which had one him several awards which took 12 and a half years to complete. He also had a selection of ...
... Aarti but couldn’t attend as I had little baby with me, But still managed to find time and go inside but there was no place inside the temple to stand. But by looks of it, It is advisable to attend atleast attend one Aarthi as the atmosphere is simply amazing with the Claps and Divine Hymns.
We had train booked for Dwarka which was at 11.00 pm. Train was on time and reached Dwarka at 7.00 pm. Again ...
We moved on from Dwarka, heading for the desert city of Bhuj in the Rann of Kutch.
With the train only going as far as Jamnagar we decided to make a stopover there.
We went to Dwarka station by horse and cart, something we soon regretted when we saw that to make the horse gallop the driver was whipping it and leaving sores on its back.
It was about a three hour journey to Jamnagar and once there we checked into a very basic hotel near the bus station, somewhere to hang out and ...
... not return home with the others on the Junk I arrived here with, but will turn west on a kind merchant's Dhow. The Dhow is one of India's many great things and is the perfect ship for trading or carrying passengers. I have purchased Gujarat's finest leather and textiles to trade in Arabia and Africa, but, as always, I will save some for my home. My new prayer mat, made right here in Gujarat, is embroidered with gold and silver wire and I hope it will ...