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... places to visit in Himachal Pradesh. Every summer till the last years of Raj, the entire East India Company and the government took refuge from sweltering heat of Delhi in cool and lush environs of Shimla. Construction of the Kalka–Shimla narrow gauge (now toy train) in 1903 cemented Shimla’s status as one of the leading hill stations of India. ...
... and partition talks took place. It was just like sitting in an English garden.
There is a Bollywood movie being filmed in the town as we speak. It is a big affair for the town with crowds gathering around. One thing about it is the lighting kits are providing a warm glow in the town with the clouds streaming through them. For most of the day we have been above the clouds and the sky has been blue.
We are in the foothills of the Himalayas. The train that brought ...
... opened the refrigerator, and also took a dress of his daughters, then proceeded to pull off the buttons and rip the dress apart.
All this was going through my mind as I knocked on Felisa’s door ( next door ) and the one after it for Paul and Cynthia. By the time I knocked on Paul and Cynthia’s door, Felisa opened up hers and I went running in. After I shared my story with her, ...
... Taj but the American Blues-man, one of Dave’s favorites. We had gotten up early and so turned in a bit early just after dinner.
10/30 - WALKING SHIMLA’S RIDGE
Until the British arrived, there was nothing at Shimla but a sleepy forest glade known as Shyamala (a local name for Kali – the Hindu goddess who is the destroyer of evil). The first British holiday home was built here ...
... his place on our way back!
The road wound prettily along the mountain side eventually reaching Kelodhar junction. By now we were hungry and went looking for a dhaba. A small godown was being filled with freshly harvested peas, ready to be loaded in sacks for the market. The men there told us ...