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... by the nation's federal system of government, in which the status of a person, including marital status, is determined in large measure by the individual states. Prior to 1996, the federal government did not define marriage; any marriage recognized by a state was recognized by the federal government, even if that marriage was not recognized by one or more states, as was the case until 1967 with interracial marriage which some states banned by statute.
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3) the almost completely unknown Jalllianwala Bagh Park
The Temple was stunning. We booked our tuk tuk driver for 4:30 am as they have a service at 5am which we were told was well worth watching.
So it was pitch black when we got there but even in the dark the beautiful white marble glowed.
Inside the temple everyone has to cover their heads which is why in the photographs Bryan is wearing a knotted handkerchief on ...
... employed by the temple trust to sing verses from the Holy Book. In the temple complex you will find the Guru Langar, a free kitchen where all visitors are fed a simple meal of dal-roti (lentil curry and bread). Run by volunteers, this kitchen can feed up to 10 000 people a day. This act serves as a symbol of the caste-free society that the Sikh gurus stove to create. The Sikh population is around 2% of the population of ...
... to the temple. Loaves and fishes don't really hit that sort of statistic. I visited a couple of Hindu temples in Amritsar. One of these is really very like the golden temple but on a smaller scale. The other is the quite remarkable temple. The ground floor is a very Iively and colourful scene with all sorts of things going on including blossom and coin throwing. A small stairway leads upstairs where a labyrinth of ...
... which I then take to the next counter. Man rips up tickets and dollops a spoonful of some disgusting smelling stuff into a banana leaf bowl which is then covered with another bowl as a lid. On to the temple entrance where another man seems to require my ripped up tickets - they need to be placed in a rubbish bin. Good job I kept them. He waves us on to a counter. Here counter man takes dish from us, scrapes out half of the contents, replaces lid and gives the bowl back. First man ...