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... programme. We walked along the side of the river to what was a well that now looks like a cesspit. This held water for the farmers. Around us was caster oil plants, pods of them, which the local villagers grind to remedy stomach pains or problems.
We ambled through the village, which looks like most other poor villages. Dirt floors, rubbish on the outskirts, children happy and cheering out to us. We entered the main square to meet ...
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... us about their shops, and all I could see was Prince... ;) The South Entrance gate is enormous and completely blocks the your view of the Taj. You know it is there, and the anticipation starts mounting when you see bits of white starting to peak through the dark arches as you get closer and closer. We stopped to take a couple of pictures and we all remarked about the adrenaline, that was pumping through our veins. It was an excitement, and almost nervousness that I ...
... one larger one that contains the remains of the king who built the Taj Mahal and the other smaller one for his wife who died in childbirth having their 14th(!) child. That is all that is inside the building!!! Outside, there is a terrace that overlooks a river and the rest of Agra. The pictures tell most of the story, so I won't go into detail here.
From the Taj Mahal, we visited two artisan sites - both ...
... protection of the site and then pay for restoration. The site is surrounded by 7 km of walls and includes three man-made lakes from former quarries.
A feature of the fort was the many gates, positioned at right angles to the entrance path to make chargers at the gates impossible. Other tunnels and false gateways were designed for the ambush of invaders. When we came across an area with stone Cairns, we completed the ...