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... If you see parallels with another temple - mosque controversy of recent times........... It is thus a modern, ancient temple.
It is a splendid temple in the wonderful tradition of Gujarat. It is entirely unlike the temples of the South – it is not ancient; it's ancestry is only in the heart and in history. It is kept spotlessly clean. There is no demand for money, no pandas harassing, no bullying by priests, nothing. There are no beggars haranguing ...
... that it is heartening to see. The park is some 1400 square kilometres, but only about 200 sq kilometres is open for visitors. The rest is absolutely no human interference territory. Park rangers patrol 24/7. Visitors are limited to set trails only and numbers are strictly limited. Only 30 passes are issued for each session of game rides and there are only three a day.
Gir is a dry ...
HELP !! I am too scared to post.
The trouble is, I don't know where the click button on my phone is ??
I shook hands with Sher Khan today, but tell me how am I supposed to take a photo of that while my hand is shaking (literally and figuratively) ?? So I didn't take a photo :(
How do I post anything with no pictures ???
Somebody help pleeeeaaasssseee :)
... he went on a game drive and saw nothing. He dutifully went for a second time and still saw nothing. The authorities were in a desperate state. They reportedly offered to stake a lion out, perhaps entice with bait, etc etc. Nothing doing said the good Mr Bachchan. He would try and see the lion just as any visitor would. His three day stay came to an end. Still no lion. He extended his stay by two more days refusing to give ...
... br> They still live as a clan today. They are clearly of the Negroid race, but have forgotten everything else African . They speak Gujarathi and not Swahili and presumably eat dhoklas and khandvis !!
The way I got to know of them was that the place I am staying at, and all others around them, get a group from this tribe to do an “African dance” post dinner around the bonfire. I was intrigued, but I could last only ...