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Not far from town
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The rat temple. What an experience. We were taken to the temple, about 40 minutes away, by air-conditioned vehicles, which was a blessing. We reached the temple, left our shoes at the entrance and headed in. And there they were. Hundreds of rats. Everywhere. Walking around was a daunting task, as you had no idea if and when a rat would run right in …
... Maharajas were. They seemed to love a good war and
developed some pretty gory methods of killing their opponents.
They were on a good roll beating up all and sundry until one
bunch of adversaries stole a march on them by using a sensational new weapon
called a gun! It seems that the old Maharaja of Jodhur and his boys took a good
thrashing. It must have been a bit like Custer and the Little Big Horn by all
accounts. To ...
... The picturesque beauty has a refreshing aura around them that leaves even the most exhausted soul bouncing back to life and merriment. Ranakpur has quiet a few attractions in store, However, what has been the highlight of the small town is the Jain Temple complex. The temple complex has an unbeatable significance, so much so that it has brought Ranakpur on the map of five most revered Jain pilgrim destination in India. Jainism, a religion of India that teaches a path to ...
... did get into our first “accident” today. our yuk yuk was hit by a motor cycle as the traffic police whistled for us to stop. I looked back and quickly realized why this old man had hit us. try to imagine a frail man wearing an line backers helmet that is clearly a million sizes to big and with a sight line a million times too small to be able to take in all that was going on around you. After adjusting his now flopped over helmet and his ...
Yesterday we arranged for the same tuk tuk driver that we'd used that day to take us out sightseeing from 10:30am. We had 3 places that we really wanted to see: the Fort (around 500 years old), Jaswant Thada royal memorial, and the Umaid Bhawan palace.
The Fort was by far the largest attraction to see so we headed straight there. At a set of traffic lights we were harassed a little bit by a girl begging. We didn't give her anything ...