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... and many Puranas in their original.
... of these oil-can beggars out today but none on any other days. I don't know if this is a nationwide rule or only a local one. I suppose it's only local, as in places like Calcutta and Bombay I don't think the beggars would take days off.
When I got back to town, I asked my dear friend Dr. SInghal about this begging business. He told me that these beggars are actually much wealthier than the average Indian but they are basically scammers who ...
... of chaar dukan.
We had good long drive in Lal Tibba area. We went to Chaar Dukan which is a small Lane having 4 shops serving street food. There is sisters' bazaar where you can shop around some handicrafts. The christ church is an old and well maintained church, so peaceful. This area is also known for the bungalows owned by Indian sports and film celebrities. It is also known for residential schools located nearby.
... be able to see anything on my table. How did he manage, in that short time, to notice the bananas – and then climb to my window to take a swipe at them? And most importantly, is he going to come back tomorrow with a hammer? This is all pretty scary stuff. In the meantime, I have decided to keep my bananas on the bottom shelf of the table.
After the morning’s scare, I got on with my day, starting with my shave, shower and washing of ...
... sales. As I was checking in, an Indian couple checking out paid more for their food than they paid for their room.)
Also, every time I enter my room at what might be considered a meal time, a boy knocks on my door and asks me if I want to order something to eat. I got a bit angry with him when he did that this evening. I told him there is no need for him to ask me if I want anything to eat because I know that I can tell him if I want anything. So ...