Le Meridien Bangalore
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... including the Lal Bagh and Cubbonson Park, are abundant.
The city celebrates its oldest party, the "Karaga Shaktyotsava" or Karaga Bangalore. Deepavali, the "Festival of Lights", transcends demographic and religious lines and is also an important festival, along with the nine nights of Navratri. Other traditional Indian festivals such as ...
... of western cultures, in the middle of India.
Today was a special day for the Norwegians. They invited us over for a day with food, games and national pride. Today is the Norwegian national day and this year is a special year: their country celebrates its 200th birthday! A good excuse for me to be Norwegian for one day.
Dressed in a suit and with Norwegian flags painted on my face I knocked on the door, ...
... like a released prisoner to a throng of eager faces often with flower garlands in hand! -- India is a country of extreme contrasts that novelists like Kipling were fascinated by and further dramatized for British Empire subjects in the past -- I hope I am simply conveying the reality, often more fantastic than fiction!
Impressively, Sis was up by 9 AM and we went off to visit Aunt, Uncle, and cousins that morning. In the afternoon, went shopping ...
... of three temples, Ganesh, Hanuman and Srikrishna. There are huge statues of Ganesh, Hanuman and Srikrishna on easy of these temples. You can easily notice the three huge statues while going on Kanakapura road (NH 209). It is better that you go by your own vehicle, otherwise you have to try ...
... carefully copy the signature on my passport onto the application. I guess I'll have to chalk this one up as another first: the first time I've had to forge my own signature ;) Omar and I say our goodbyes, I hightail it back to catch my comfy 1st class train ride to Chennai, during which we were served food once every half an hour. At this pace I'm going to look like a blimp when I return home in a year. I also made a few new friends: an Indian couple ...