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... Buses arrive, and ladies in smart suits take your precious boarding pass off you and fan you off in the direction of a bus that will take you directly to your plane. About 10 of us were taking the same flight and were duly dropped off at our plane; 7 went to the front and we remaining 3 went to the back. People at the front immediately got put onto plane and we three got shunted to the side while the ever officious airport employee waved a new ...
I never could figure out why the train ticket to Chandigarh from Delhi was so expensive because the distance was only about 200km, once on the train though I understood why: throughout the 3 hour journey, I don't think that there was a moment of more than 5 minutes where we were not being served new complimentary drinks or food.
Vivek and I reached Chandigarh in the afternoon and my high school friend from Upper Canada College. ...
... Lotus. Inside there was Surya ridding his seven horse drawn chariot (all built in Gold) ,which was inturn placed on a pit, 15 feet deep filled with gold coins. Well, it has all been plundered by Gazni.
Every year on the 3rd week of January a classical dance programme is organised by the Gujrat Tourism.
I went to Modhera on a sunny day. The moment I entered the premises I could ...
... is allowed to enter regardless of faith. Narindar found me a scarf to cover my head, showed us how to wash our hands and feet, and explained the beliefs and practices of the sikhs. We eagerly listened and learned while he shared the details of his faith with as much enthusiasm and delight as he had the chai and samosas. When I tried to give back the scarf, he told me to keep it for two reasons: so that I wouldn't get heat stroke from my exposed head ...
... dries and fall off by itself... we went to bed at 1:30 am.
If it was a day off for us, it certainly was not for all family members. That day, a priest came to the house and set-up a little shrine with gods' pictures, flowers and candles in the main room. The holy book was brought and people took turns to read it. The entire book had to be read out loud in 24 hours exactly. The holy book talks about the gods' (there are thousands in the ...