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... br> The story goes that in his spare time, Chand began collecting materials from demolition sites around the city. He recycled these materials into his own vision of the divine kingdom of Sukrani, choosing a gorge in a forest near Sukhna Lake for his work. The gorge had been designated as a conservation area in a forest buffer established in 1902 that nothing could be built on.
Chand’s work ...
... to foreign authorities in order for them to set up the representation of their home countries in this sector. Such a deed has to be obviously confirmed by signing of a certain international treaty by both contracting parties. Once the die was cast the particular embassies/high commissions began to be constructed.
With regard to the Embassy of the Czech Republic there used to be the Embassy of Czechoslovakia but after the partition of Czechoslovakia in 1993 two ...
... in between CCD and People Tree. Although I’ve walked past it probably thirty times I’ve never noticed it. It’s called “The Store” and kind of reminded me of the hip store called “Fab India.” It carried a whole variety of items that could probably be claimed to be a mix of the west and India, with a trendy homemaker type of appeal. Think of a Martha Stewart store for India.
They were actually a lot less expensive than I ...
Our Golden Triangle trip was everything that our Bangalore trip should've been.
Everything was organized before we got there. Divya, our guide, was friendly, fun, and casual. Nothing felt formal or forced. She showed us around her favorite spots in Delhi and brought us to some famous food spots in both the new and old districts. She was great, and told us stories of what it's like to run a travel agency that caters to mostly teenagers.
... A fellow eavesdropping, leaned in and said knowingly; "An arranged marriage.” “Yes”, Huda confirmed “My parents and his parents arranged our marriage. It still is very common here in India". They had not even seen each other until the wedding day!
We later learned that more than half of Hindu weddings are arranged and one person put the figure at 70%. When we were in McLeod, we heard a LOUD wedding ...