Hotel Sanjay Royal
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sanjay Royal Mathura
everything is filthy, people are even rude, do go there
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... people or if they were separate plots of land owned / worked by several families.
Regardless, apart from one “farm”, all the wheat farmers hand cut the wheat and put the wheat into bundles. The next stage seemed to be making a larger haystack and turning the wheat over and over. After that “stage”, we saw a machine which had the wheat fed into it and mulched up then shot out in a large jet of golden “dust” ...
... single centimeter of your being is INSIDE the tiny little space because there are dudes on motorcycles, families being carted by rickshaw, little kids on bikes, men walking with their street food on a cart, or HUGE stinkin’ cows traveling on the same road INCHES from you! AND they are not always traveling in the same direction.... Everyone travels in 10 directions here.... there is North, South, East, West, North East, North West, South East, South West, Zig Zag ...
... than we thought it might have been until right at the end. A seemingly reasonable police check of the vehicle and papers somehow ended in 7585 paying a blatant bribe. A nasty taste left in our mouths. You know it goes on but in front of you it still galls. We assume so much in our safe little world. Poor 7585 looked embarrassed, Roz was upset. He got us safely back to bloomrooms, took his tip politely and left. We crashed out and then ate another ...
... on. The slab of stone inside that prison cell on which Devaki begot Krishna is the purpose of many a pilgrimage. If you should bring your parents here - you are requested to offer your pranams to them - right inside that room.Outside the prison cell and into the temple complex the Bhagavata Bhavan - the life size Radha Krishna is a sight to behold. Devotees turn ecstatic. The whole place is suffused with Bhakthi. Air electric. At Aarthi some go into a trance. People Believe. If ...
... everyone put the Taj on their bucket list if you haven't already seen it.
What a wonderful way to end this part of the trip!
For those who are curios and enjoy history, here is a link to a good site that explains the history and why the Taj was built:
During the train journey we traveled over 2800 km, had 77 passengers, and 104 crew.
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