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... we were settled on our train before saying our goodbyes and sending us on our way. I think we have made a new friend for life. Matt has already promised him we will be back next year!? We were in the A1 carriage which is the nicer carriage of the train. We also had two tier which means there were two bunk beds on either side of the rooms, a lot better then 3 tier (3 bunks on each side). Once the air con finally began to work we went off to sleep. - ...
... still stand. This is all I could gather as for the history of it is concerned.
Jama Masjid or the Friday Mosque is a place where I chose to visit on a non-Friday to avoid crowd. I'll suggest one should go there early morning, keeping in mind the heat of Gujrat. Yes, because one has to enter without the shoes and it is a huge wide open courtyard. Walking on marble with bare feet under scorching sun can be a ...
... and ordered in Gujarati, “chaa moti chai,” and then “do moti chai.” The cashier was very impressed with my knowledge of Gujarati and the second time I ordered, brought out some of his co-workers and asked me to order again and to continue to count to 10. They thought it was the greatest / funniest thing ever. After we were all done drinking the chai, we walked around for another 30 minutes to finish up seeing the campus, as most of us were not able to ...
Built by Siddi Sayeed, in 1573, it is one of the most famous mosques of Ahmedabad. With interwined trees, foliage and palm motif, it is popular for its beautifully carved ten stone windows. It is unofficial symbol of city of Ahmedabad. Even IIM(Ahm) adopted this symbol as its logo.
Well before coming to Ahmedabad, I saw this symbol on the Travel Guides. When I went to "National Handloom" to buy some gifts for all our relatives, ...
... well - especially because my room has air conditioning AND a high powered ceiling fan (it is currently 34 deg C here (93F) and we aren't in the hottest time yet. Although after I woke up, and throughout the morning so far, I feel like I am in a daze and not fully here yet. Probably a combination of the time change, lack of sleep on Saturday night, the heat and the fact that I just relocated to India. The rest of my lucidity might ...