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... at least two or three of those hours not seeing any people and certainly no houses along the highway. That is definitely not the case in India and we enjoyed some wonderful people watching along with the scenery as we made our way to Amritsar.
When we arrived just a little after 12pm we met our local guide and proceeded directly to the main attraction in the city, the Golden Temple. We had to park at the opposite end of the old town center and during ...
... on a documentary but that I'd also said no to many touts offering trips to see it today. You just kind of zone out from whatever is being sold and have an automatic no response. So after paying 120Rs to a man sat in back alley, behind a desk on wheels with an unplugged 90s grey computer and printer on it and a reassuring hand painted sign on the front professing he was a reputable tour operator we were set. Knowing I would need my passport I headed back to the dorms, rearranged ...
We began our day with a delicious South Indian breakfast (with the best masala idli's I've had!) at our hotel. Mom, me and Anu aunty's sister Rajni aunty left for shopping soon after, and picked up gorgeous phulkari stoles and suits from the Katra Jaimal Singh Market.
After shopping we met up with Bharat Uncle & his wife & Ranji Aunty's husband, and headed for a lunch of Puri, Chana & Sweet potatoes, with lassi & gajar ka ...
... of Sikhism was a Bedi) trace their descent from Kush and
Sodhis (the 10th Prophet of Sikhism, Guru Gibind Singh was a Sodhi) from Luv. A
four day fair, since times immemorial is held here starting on the full moon
night in November. 16 Kilometres west on Choganwan road is Ram Tirath,
commemorating Maharishi Balmik Ji´s heritage.
It is another heritage sight built by Maharaja
Ranjit Singh , Situated near the villages ...
... A wall in the park has some of the bullet holes from the original attack.
In the park, as well as the temple, we were stopped by several Indian tourists who wanted our photo to be taken with them. The guide informed us that they were generally from the country and had very little experience of white people and wanted a souvenir of their trip to show their friends. We may well appear in all manner of Indian facebook pages after this trip! The requestors ...