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... it is a haven of peace and tranquillity, spot the temple fan! I did also like the huge koi carp in the large pond surrounding the temple though.
Jallainwalla Bagh is now a garden of remembrance, it is where one of the bloodiest atrocities committed by the British Raj happened. Today it is a peaceful place with a small museum telling the story of how in 1919 after the British banned public meetings a mass demonstration against The ...
constructed by Maharaja Sher Singh. It has a square room in the centre of a
pavilion with a passage. The entry to the first floor is by a staircase with
concave-shaped steps on the north-eastern canal. Jal Mahal has eight doors in
the lower part of the building and four in the upper storey. Hazira Locally known as Hazira,
structure is near Baring College and was built by ...
... outnumbering those across the gate. It was a great event, and afterwards, we were photographing the Pakistan crowd and they were us from a distance of 5 metres, in between the largest most foreboding guards you'll ever see (especially from the Pakistan side - those guys were huge). 10/10 for entertainment and a great insight into patriotism and Indian-Pakistani relations!
... Bagh, a national memorial site. This is a very important place for Indians, as this was the scene of a masacre carried out by the British in 1919. The British were attempting to strenghten their position in India by invoking martial law as well as having the ability to detain, condemn or imprison, without trail those Indians suspected of sedition. The Indians reacted to this with demonstrations, which turned into riots and looting. Three British ...
... greeted warmly at every step. And it wasn't many steps before we heard the clattering of metal dishes. We headed for the sound, and what a truly amazing sight. Everybody who comes here is welcome to a free meal. And everyone, having collected their plate, and having had it loaded with dal and a chapatti, goes into one of the enormous eating halls and sits at the next space cross-legged on the floor. They feed 100,000 or more every single day, and meals are available at any time ...