Hotel Samrat International
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Then as I headed back to the hotel I came across a large crowd of people taking up a lane of rraffic, music blaring and everyone dressed up - it was a wedding procession. It was loud, raucous and very very happy. A brass band accompanied them and a hand pulled trailer with huge silver horn speakers and chap enjoying his time with a microphone.
They turned out ...
No photos in this one, but I just posted to facebook so you can check some out there. I figured I would write about all the crazy things that change when living in India. Some of them easy to adjust to, some a bit harder. I am going from easy to hardest just in case you want to skip to the juicy stuff.
Lets kick it off with the greatest things that Indians do.
1. They believe in Thirsty Thursdays which has really aided in the adjustment from ...
... 6/7pm and then relax until the collective dinner at 8pm. All the priests as well as any visitors come together for a big dinner at 8pm. Dinner is always a curry with vegetables and a meat. It is eaten with your hands using Chapatti, a flat bread, to cup the curry, rice, and meat into handfuls of goodness. We always sit around the table for .5-1hr after dinner talking and sometimes we have desert. Thursdays and Sundays are always ...
When we arrive at the Angawadi Centre in Kalanaur panchat after a two-hour drive from Patna in Bihar, India, we see that there is a school class going on in the small building along the road. It is a daily routine for Mrs Pramila Sinha, Angawadi worker here already for ten years. From 10:00 to 14:00 3-5 year old girls and boys get pre-school education. After school they are getting food, with a different menu every day.
Other activities here ...
... that, he had to cross the Ganges in a boat. Hearing of his departure, the kingdom he was staying with headed to the river bank and pleaded with him to come back. The kingdom on the other side pleaded with him to continue on and visit them. Not wanting to disappoint either party, he rose into the air and spontaneously combusted, his ashes falling on both banks of the river.
Two stupas were ...