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... and lasted an hour. Some of it was similar to what happens in a normal temple. A lot of it was more showy. They had five priests doing the aarti simultaneously. We then met up with our friend from the Agra train station and had some dinner. Lastly we went to The Blue Lassi. Apparently it's voted the best lassi place in India. It was good but nothing remarkable. I had a mango papaya lassi. We finally then came back to the hostel and I immediately fell ...
... and was milling about, waiting for their turn to receive a blessing before their cruise as well. It turns out that this particular priest was not only a holy man but a business man as well, because with the promise of greater profits from this large group, he hurriedly finished with Bree and moved to the group to begin placing a tikka on each person’s forehead, quickly moving through the group to insure he got credit for each member. With a laugh our guide ...
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He also explained how tourism rorts were working against classification of sites as World Heritage listings by UNESCO. He had precipitated an investigation into the reselling of tourist tickets at Sarnath through a citizen action media program. This uncovered that staff were collecting whole tickets from tourists rather than removing half of the ticket. These collected whole tickets ...
... me a hand massage. Initially I was quite wary as my hand was turned so quickly that my initial instinct was to return the training of the World Wrestling scriptures and lay the Smackdown on his candy ass. I believed the fellow was intent on breaking my wrist but instead he done something worse. He proceeded to squeeze it incredibly hard in different and normally unexplored areas. There was a moment when I believed I was the victim of some strange local custom but then ...
... restaurant - dirt cheap and great food for around 80p, but if I tried to recommend this place to anyone, they would never find it without a local guide. After lunch we visited the Kashi Vishwanath temple (Golden Temple) or at least tried to. Unfortunately our white skin and blonde hair was a bit of a giveaway that we weren't Hindu and we were challenged by a female guard who told us that under no circumstances were Christians allowed in the temple. Fair ...