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We are going to talk about Bangalore. It is known as the Garden City of the India; It has lots of vegetation and public parks, including the Lal Bagh and the Cubbonson Park.Its climate is moderate throughout the year. It is the fifth most populous city in the country, after Mumbai, Delhi, Calcutta and Madras.
History: After centuries of dominance of the Western gangas, Bangalore was taken by the cholas to 1024, passing in 1070 to the chalukya-cholas ...
... now how cultural things are related. From the role of men and women to the status difference between poor and rich. Those things kind of make sense now.
The one thing I was least excited about when I left for India, was that I would have to share a bedroom. I was worried that the lack of space would be troubling. In the beginning that was the case: I was cranky weekly and I got into arguments with my Dutch colleagues/roommates. But that ...
... is definitely a hang out for the young up and coming Bangalorians. We are definitely the oldies as we settle down on a bench table to sample some of their home brews - all pretty potent. Ram joins us and we enjoy a second pint over good conversation until the music gets so loud we can't hear each other speak...much like an English pub on a Friday night in fact. We leave and Ram's driver returns us to our hotel in style. It's been a very enjoyable ...
... were about 500 visitors. This time it was a regular day, the number of visitors were about 100.Because of less people, the bus to Mekedatu was waiting indefinitely to be filled up with passengers.Some more constructions near the entrance, other things were almost the same. The Sangameshwar TempleAfter having bath in Sangam, we visited Sangameshwar Temple, which ...
... nearest hotel (not mine), was told the fare to my guesthouse should be 30 rupees, walked back out, and asked the first rickshaw driver; how much for a lift? 100 Rupees was the instantaneous response, which I soon found out was the response for any tourist requiring a ride for 1 to 10 Kilometers. My counter: 30 rupees. They guy was insulted and told me to cross the circle of death once again to get a lower rate on the other side. I think I saw him and ...