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... state of Haryana was carved out of the eastern portion of Punjab. However, the city of Chandigarh was on the border, and so was made into a union territory to serve as capital of both states.
So now Chandigarh is a city and a union territory in the northern part of India that serves as the capital of the states of Punjab and Haryana. (hope that helps)
All of that makes this city different from any other we have seen in India. Chandigarh was also voted ...
... all airlines have the occasional delay, Air India's response to the doubling of my layover time from 4 to 8 hours was shameful. Never again will I fly Air India! (Unless they're a dollar cheaper than the alternatives.)
One of the results of this ridiculous flight delay and late arrival in Chennai is that I spent most of the next day napping off and on, trying to recover from the fiasco.
The rest of my time in Chennai I spent hanging out with Scott ...
... are female, they say. Competition for high level jobs among girls and with girls is throat cutting, they say.
From there on we go to the sector that is considered to be the centre of town, with shops on both sides, a nice square and more people than we have seen all day. In a music shop I have scored four CDs, two with Gazal songs by Nusrath Fateh Ali Khan, one a collection of Sufi music and one with love duets by Lata Mangeshkar and Mohd Rafi at a cost of ...
... Scenes: A farmer walking with his child placed on his shoulder, a shepherdess carrying a pot of curd on her head and a young couple pictured beautifully
Village Scenes: A shepherd milking a cow while it lovingly licks its calf; a mother feeding her child, telling Krishna to stop playing the flute
So we decided to kick our western habit of overconsumption and go about it completely different. We took an assistant manager up on his offer: instead of seeing any of the things we had considered for the next week, he will be our personal guide into Kashmir for the coming eight days.
Some might appreciate the irony that Kashmir lies even further away than our previous destinations. How far you say? Well about ...