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... palak paneer, spinach and cheese curry with the best naan bread I have ever tasted, really fluffy and light with a crisp crunch to the outside, wow, I could eat them forever. Everything about this café was spices, the air smelled of spices and char grilled food from the kitchen, the lady beside us had ordered a half tandoori chicken, we had order envy!
The rest of the air in Delhi just smells dry and dusty, with an ...
... completed the picture.
The flow of people moved through the temple and soon we were outside again. We stood by the water to watch the sun come up and it was time to leave.
The next day we came back in daylight and it was still beautiful but it didn't quite seem to sparkle in daylight as it had in the dark so we were then doubly glad we had made theefoort to go at 4:30 the day before.
It was with quite mixed feelings we ended our visit here ...
Amritsar, in the Punjab, is the heartland of Sikhism and so I was hoping that a trip to this holy city would certainly improve my understanding of the fifth largest and youngest world religion. Remember, We came having had a brief insight into the Gurdwara from our visit to the Delhi temple with Mr Singh so nothing would phase us this time. We started with a visit to the Martyrs garden, where Brigadier o'Dwyer ordered the shooting of unarmed men women and ...
... to hospital and so I managed to convince them I was fine,
anyway they took me pack to the parade and I sat in the VIP seats which was
nice!!!! After that I was feeling better and we went to the Golden temple, it
was dark by the time got there, which made it so beautifull!!!!!!! I could not
believe how amazing it was!!!
Anyway that’s an update on my life!!!!
Love you all lots xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ...
... from Amritsar to Bikaner, and the news isn't good. There appears to be no bus at all. I go to reception and ask the son of the house. He confirms that as far as he knows there is no bus. Worse, there is no direct train. In fact the 'simplest' way is to get the direct train from Chattisgargh to Bikaner. That sounds OK. Slight drawback; the bus from Amritsar to Chattisgargh takes about 6 hours, and arrives at the station about 3 hours before the overnight train departs! As I ...