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... help pull themselves up them. I'm not sure I fully believed him, they would have had to be a lot larger than the little one we spotted!
After this we visited another stepwell, this on was two storeys large than the first one. Reaching a colossal seven storeys and with many columns still standing, the idea behind it was that it could collect a large amount of water for the village to use, and that it would be accessible for everyone with minimal risk of drowning. A series ...
... alms outside. There is no special queue for “quick darshan” – everybody stands in the same line and everybody gets the same darshan. In a culture that values business and riches, everybody is equal in front of God.
I went for the aarti – if you know the tradition in Gujarat, aarti is at a certain fixed time and is an elaborate affair complete with loud ringing of bells, beating of the drum, playing of the pipe, all building up to ...
... of mishaps that could only happen in India... Aman, mom and I were directed to the ladies line where the woman making sure I was safe to travel questioned my Indian heritage and then scoffed when I told her I was Indian. Funny. Parneet had sent sandwiches and drinks with us, which we gave to Eric to carry for us. Unfortunately the juices were confiscated. My two giant water bottles filled with water were fine. Hmmmm.... I noticed lots ...
... You must be wondering what it is! Right…?
Yes! I am talking about the man rescuing the other in the need of the hour. The case can be anything. Be it the last loaf of the bread to be shared with the hundreds or even a group of fellow beings, or the last drop of water in case of a draught, they actually possess the potential to care and not only this, but putting care into action. This has been witnessed a lot ...
... not return home with the others on the Junk I arrived here with, but will turn west on a kind merchant's Dhow. The Dhow is one of India's many great things and is the perfect ship for trading or carrying passengers. I have purchased Gujarat's finest leather and textiles to trade in Arabia and Africa, but, as always, I will save some for my home. My new prayer mat, made right here in Gujarat, is embroidered with gold and silver wire and I hope it will ...