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... jeder möchte den 'reichen Europäer' als Fahrgast haben. Doch daraus wird nichts. Der zuvor kennengelernte Inder zeigt mir die Busstation. Von dort aus muss ich mit einem 'local bus' zum Bus fahren, der mich nach Aurangabad bringt.
Nachdem ich mir das Ticket gekauft habe und auf meinen Bus warte, umringen mich ca. 10 Inder. Sie begutachten mich, als ob ich ein exotisches Tier in einem Zoo wäre. Obwohl keiner wirklich der englischen Sprache mächtig ...
... in depth. It has three entrance stairs. It was built by queen of a Vaghela ruler in 1499. It has amazing carvings on the walls that include shades of hindu, islamic and jain architecture and beliefs. It was raining and we didn't have too much company which made it more beautiful, peaceful and quiet.
On the way back we caught a glimpse of Sabarmati river and migratory birds flying around near the greener forested land. My camera couldn't do justice to their grace though. ...
... 14, the day of the festival, is a very auspicious day. It is a celebration of the sun god, Surya. After it, people will start businesses and many, many weddings will take place. On this day only Kinnari opens her house for anyone who wants to see it (more on the house on the next log); in addition to inviting a lot of friends and friends of friends. It's a great big party.
... from-home. Their menu contains the most American food: pizza, chicken, pasta dishes, and sandwiches. Their BBQ Chicken club was to die for. The only thing that would make their menu better would be if they had beef. Even though I miss having beef a lot, I am not exactly sure I would trust Indians cooking beef, so it is okay that they do not have it. At "Havmoor," I have found two favorite entree's: smoked paneer, a very spicy, curry sauce with paneer, cheese, cubes in ...
... memorials of two satis (the wifes who enter the pyre cremating their husbands) who were married to a milk brother (fed by the same woman) of the King. Sati was common in Rajasthan in old times and the Satis were venerated as a supreme example of devotion.
I went then to the Rani Ji Ki Baori, built in 1600 A.D. by the Queen of Rao Raja Aniruddha Singh Hada. She is reported to have ordered the construction of at least 21 baoris. This well has ...