Hotel Shri Ram Excellency
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Banquet room
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... us how lucky we were. I had one question: "so...is there antivenom in the community?!" He said you would have to drive to the community of Osian to get the antivenom but yes, it was available and rare to die from a cobra bite. Phew! The snake was heading in the same direction as we were travelling back to the dhani so just wanted to be sure that if I had to bunk with a snake tonight, what my odds were of getting through the night alive. I had told Jerra in Canada, ...
... concepts shared with Hinduism and Buddhism, the result of a common cultural and linguistic background, the Jain tradition must be regarded as an independent phenomenon. It is an integral part of South Asian religious belief and practice, but it is not a Hindu sect and not a Buddhist heresy, as earlier scholars believed. The name Jainism derives from the Sanskrit verb ji, “to conquer.” It refers to the ascetic battle that, it is believed, Jain renunciants (monks and ...
... some of the paints used gold, silver and other minerals and when the light fell on the painting at certain angles all these colours suddenly shimmered - very wow!
One ice cold Coke later, it was time to make our way out of the fort through its oldest gate - about 400 years old (we'd come in through its newest (about 200 years old)...we walked through the areas of the fort whose claim to fame was the filming of Dark Knight Rises, and that Richard Gere Visa ad. But for ...
... built by the Jain sect hundreds of years ago. It is huge, intricately carved marble, and mind-boggling in its design. Interestingly, the Jains don't believe in a divine being, but rather living a pure life as a way of attaining inner peace and nirvana. I don't know about you, but a pure life seems a bit boring to me. Sin seems a lot more fun.
Our final destination, Udaipur, was scenic, with lakes all around. Hey, guess what? Yet another ...
... a great afternoon we had a quick freshen up the set off for dinner to the Pal Haveli restaurant. Another rooftop setting wit a magnificent view of the fort we indulged in ginger chicken and Lal Maans traditional Rajastani curry. With a obligatory accompanying cocktail of course. We then searched for a local Indian dessert in some nearby traditional sweet shops, picking pistachio and coconut flavoured sweets. With a 4.45am alarm for the next mornings bus we headed back for some ...