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- Airport Transportation
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Travel Blogs from Jamnagar
... and me and my family washed the groom. In the nighttime we danced till our feet hurt and ate till our bellies were full.
It was not until the fourth day that the couple actually got married. There was a different (third) venue. The arrival of the groom was big. Music, dancing, throwing money, fireworks, you name it! The bride’s entrance was more sophisticated, she was carried in on a big swan. Unfortunately the (religious) ceremony ...
... your plate, you just take a bit of everything. After you finish a full plate you’ll feel completely stuffed for half a day.
One of the strangest things in India is the way efficiency works. People are very economical in the use of food and materials. Almost nothing goes to waste and objects are being used till they’re completely done. But when it comes to labour, strange things are happening all the time. For example: in a restaurant with ten ...
... Arti – 06.30 Uthapan – 17.00
Shrungar Arti – 10.30 Sandhya Arti – 19.30
Rajbhog – 12.00 pm Shyan Arti – 20.30
Close – 12.30 pm Close – 21.30
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Darshan Timings – 06.00 am to 21.30 pm
Aarti Timins – 06.00 am , 12.00 pm, 19.00 Hrs.
Light and Sound Show – 19.30 to ...
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 ...
After spending a week submerged in the local culture ever since my ship stopped here, I thought it was time to write down the astonishing sights of Gujarat. This is the end of the line for many traders from Asia who only traverse the first leg of the trade route. That being said, a great deal of goods from Asia are traded for goods from Africa. The Junk I arrived on unloaded for the first few days and turned out to be full of valuable goods, gold, and silver. A ...