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... behind the scenes tour and it was amazing to see all hundreds of volunteers all working to provide free food to the visitors. In one outdoor area, spread out on blankets there were no less than 200 people all working just to peel garlic to be used in the lentil dish that would be the main course for the meal. Around the corner from the garlic station there were at least 50 women all hand rolling chapatti dough to be cooked on the huge grill before being taken away. ...
... Chinese man behind me informed me it was his friends lock, through the pigeon English conversion that ensued I managed to convey to them a number of things, this was a dorm room and therefore should never be locked, Marie and I had our stuff in there, the Russian also had his stuff in there, and had a bus in an hour to get to. And that seeing as it slept 3 and Marie and I took up two beds why did they think there would be no one else using the room. It turns out that the friend ...
... Mul Chand Chauna who along
with the Brahmin priests insisted on a traditional Hindu marriage while Guru
Nanak wanted a simple marriage. Guru Nanak was sitting beside a crooked mud
wall (kandh) discussing the marriage plans with the Brahmin clergy. It was
planned to push the wall on top of the Guru but Guru Nanak was warned of the
plan by an old woman. Guru Nanak just smiled and ...
... is almost in ruins.
Samadhi of Guru Angad Dev Ji:
About 30 km south east from Amritsar, and within easy reach from
Goindwal Sahib is a Samadhi of the second Guru. It was built by Maharaja Ranjit
Singh in 1815 A.D.
Jama Masjid Khairuddin:
Built by Mohd. Khairuddin in 1876, this masjid is a place of
architectural beauty situated in the Hall Bazar. This is the holy place from
where a call against ...
TAKING AN INDIAN TRAIN Today I caught the train! I've always wanted to do that in India! The Indian railway system must be one of the world's largest and if colonialism was of any use to this country their railways would perhaps be why. I got an executive class seat from New Delhi terminal, a relatively comfortable experience which reminded me of catching the V Line to country Victoria - a regular seat there mind you! We were served breakfast which ...