Hotel Shiraz Regency
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... 50,000 people and is open 24 hours a day. To see so many people willing to donate their time and energy was a very humbling experience and we left the kitchen area with an entirely newfound respect for the Sikh and Indian people in general.
We took one more walk around the exterior of the temple and just continued to be impressed by the beautiful golden structure and the serene image of it surrounded by the water inside the white walled complex. We made ...
... with some guys from his hostel and a Sikh dude who worked there and was taking them on a free tour of the temple. I'll take owt for nowt so thought what the hell and blagged our way onto the tour. The golden temple is quite a unique place for a temple, but I guess that's all down to the Sikhs and their inclusive nature. Instead of 1 entrance facing east it has 4 entrances to allow everyone to enter, you first have to walk through water to cleanse your feet but seeing as Amritsar is ...
... of India from
the British clutches. Freedom fighters like Madan Lal Dhingra, Ras Bihari Bose,
S.Kartar Singh Sarabha, Dr. Satya Pal and Dr. Saif-ud-din Kitchlu are
house-hold names in Amritsar.
When Mangal Pande blew the bugle of rebellion against the British
in 1857, it A platoon of 400 soldier stationed at Lahore rebelled against the
British Government by fleeing their barracks.
Mr.Fredric Cooper, the then Deputy Commissioner of Amritsar.On ...
... for Jase to wear a Turban. Man those things are tight and its certainly not a one man job. Once I was sporting this bright orange headdress, it was only right to have a photo shoot. The thing is that Zoe and I posed with a kiss, at which point all the women grabbed the kids and ran away from the courtyard. All the boys were laughing and then we realised that we had done the wrong thing. Apparently the women were screaming 'this is ...
... a picture of. It compared favourably to the meal on the Air Koryo flight to North Korea earlier this year (still haven't figured out exactly what it was they served us). I didn't do much else except snooze and read (Samurai William). Other people in the carriage were quiet, there were no kids. There didn't seem to just be businessmen, there were a number of women in typical colourful Indian clothing. As the premium rail travel option it certainly didn't ...