Hotel la Cascade
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... actually part of the temple, but just city administrative buildings that were built to both protect the temple and because it placed them at the center of the city. So after removing our shoes and socks we made our way towards the entrance. We were told that Bree would need to use her scarf to cover her head out of respect and for the first time I was required to do the same as well. I unfortunately don’t carry a scarf with me 24/7 so I had to purchase a ...
... gear raised a smile from each and every one of them after the scans and pat downs. Proving that despite the propaganda, border officials do not have their sense of humour surgically removed during basic training. The BSF you are constantly reminded are the largest border security force in the world, and their posters and relentless infomercial style broadcasts over the PA system were definitely developed using the 'Team America' publicity template. Safe in the knowledge that the few ...
... then he came to
batala to live here permanently.
The city was founded in 1465 CE
by Raja Ram Deo, a Bhati Rajput, . Later, during the Mughal rule, Akbar gave it in jagir to his foster brother, Shamsher Khan.
The city grew and developed under him. Batala was very famous city of Punjab
region , and it is 109 years older city than Amritsar. The whole city was lying
... linked to
river Ravi, which was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in order to
irrigate Shalimar Gardens of Lahore. This canal at that time was lacking a
proper bridge. During one such visits while crossing the canal Moran lost her silver sandals. This pair of sandals was
presented to her by the Maharaja. Disappointed over the loss, she refused to
perform in the court of Maharaja. When the incident was brought to the notice
of Maharaja, he ...
... full as the Indian one!). We were in the tourist area as there was a local stand which resembled a crowd at a football match, complete with huge Indian flags! The crowd was awash with colour and there was very much a party feel to the whole spectacle. We watched as a man with a microphone got the crowd jeered up with music and singing whilst a group of people had gathered in the middle to dance to the music from the loud speaker. Meanwhile, a similar thing was happening over on ...