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... not really understand that in India the highways are the only roads which are built for mechanical vehicles. The other roads which go through a lot of villages and are barely distinguishable from the sand next to the road are only for the more adventurous at heart. As we left the highway, we were astounded by the quality of the roads. Big, wide, good roads with a beautiful view on the side. Villages with fields full of different varieties of rice, mustard ...
... ending of the past two days :) There was also a cake, no idea who thought of ordering it, but it added a small European touch to the wedding ;-) After some really cool hours together the newlyweds left to do some rituals they still needed to and we all went over to the restaurant for dinner. The usual haggling for a rikshaw followed but I guess we weren't that bothered about the price anymore. Back home we packed our luggage for the trip to Goa the next day and went to bed fairly ...
Date of Travel : Nov-11-2010
Mode of Travel : Maruti Omni
People : Me,my hubby Ramesh & my parents
my Bro Mahesh,his wife n kid Lasya.
Route Map : Blore - Kolar
Its been a practice to visit Koti Lingeshwara every year in Karthika masam from 2005, the time since we(My parents) installed a Linga in Koti ...
... of Navagraha. But if you have bought a ticket then you will be given a deepa (candle) to pray the lords.
Coming out of the temple is fairly simple. As the whole place is an open compound there is nothing much to confuse. You take the exit any time after having darshan. The entry and exit are two different routes. You ...
... the rule of law," the court said. In1996 a court found Inspector Mangala Dhanaraj guilty of the 1984 rape and sentenced him to 11 years in jail. The woman sold her "ornaments" and property to meet the legal costs of pursuing compensation from the state.
New Delhi, Nov 16: Declaring that "no person lies at the time of death", a Delhi court convicted a man of murder based on the testimony of his dying wife. In April 2003 Naresh set his wife, Meena, on fire after she ...