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... we headed to a huge market..selling all kinds of food..vegetables..flowers!
I love to wander..to photograph the people...and they were a delight to photograph...such lovely smiles...how gracious they were!
Life for many...difficult...and I witnessed many poor dwellings..where you wonder, how do they live in that place? Mostly..because of poverty...of lack of ...
... track connects Shimla with Kalka. There are a few other railway tracks also passing through important destinations in the state.
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Another Sunday rolled round in Bangalore and this meant it was time for brunch. As mentioned previously brunch in India is an afternoon event, where you drink vast amounts of champagne, cocktails and more champagne. It must be said when I leave India I was really going to miss brunch. No more sushi, pizza, pasta, fish or different meats all part of one meal and then cake to round the meal off.
The brunch at the Taj did not disappoint. The surroundings were beautiful and ...
... India (which I hadn’t noticed before, despite having walked/driven by it numerous times). We stopped in front of Mayo Hall and noticed the sculpture in front of it. Another history lesson followed. Our next stop was St. Mark’s Cathedral and we were taken in by the sheer splendor of the place. We explored the grounds at a leisurely pace. We had worked up an appetite with all the cycling and so we stopped for a much needed tea break. Here ...
... In a grave violation of law, more than 31 male buffaloes and 135 goats were sacrificed in a temple premises to appease Goddess Aradhya Devi...". Yes these things still happen today... On the way the scenery changed completely. The desert removed for some tropical and hilly landscapes: welcome to coconut and banana trees. I stopped in Ranakpur, famous for its Jain temple (Jainism is a religion based on ascetic and non-violence concepts, and which gets its biggest temple ...