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... considered the architect of modern Bangalore, built a mud fort on the site and incorporated as a province the Vijayanagara Empire. During the British Raj, it became a center for colonial rule in South India. The creation of the canton of Bangalore prompted many immigrants arrived from other parts of the country.Today, Bangalore is home to some of the schools and most prestigious research centers in India. Several ...
... And at Christ University I met a lot of people, I had a lot of experiences inside and outside of Bangalore. Although I didn’t have a lot of specific results in this part of the program, I have the strong feeling that I got to know India in this phase of the project.
The second half of the project did have results, big results. Together with Swetha I worked on the issues Parikrma has with the behavior some students show. ...
... Smita and I enter a very classy dress shop. Ian says he'll wait outside. I think he's afraid I might spend his money but no need to worry, I doubt they make anything in my size here :-) The clothing is top notch Indian design and very classy. We take a look round and make a speedy exit - definitely not in our price bracket. We head for the top floor for a cup of tea at one of the open air cafes. Our last stop of the day is at a micro ...
... were about 500 visitors. This time it was a regular day, the number of visitors were about 100.Because of less people, the bus to Mekedatu was waiting indefinitely to be filled up with passengers.Some more constructions near the entrance, other things were almost the same. The Sangameshwar TempleAfter having bath in Sangam, we visited Sangameshwar Temple, which ...
... nearest hotel (not mine), was told the fare to my guesthouse should be 30 rupees, walked back out, and asked the first rickshaw driver; how much for a lift? 100 Rupees was the instantaneous response, which I soon found out was the response for any tourist requiring a ride for 1 to 10 Kilometers. My counter: 30 rupees. They guy was insulted and told me to cross the circle of death once again to get a lower rate on the other side. I think I saw him and ...