The Bagh Resort Bharatpur
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... with Jewish believes, the Sikh religion and Buddhism to create one that believed in ONE universal god. He had many advisors who helped him make decisions. Super cool. There was a pillar in the building where they all met that represented architecture and style of all the religions and it held up the ceiling. There was a lifesize Parcheezi (sp?) board in the courtyard. The King and his wifes used to sit in the middle and roll the dice and then instruct beautiful concubines ...
... Indian style by a deluge of hawkers
and salesmen all out for a quick rupee. It was interesting to see our first Taj
Mahal postcard books as we were not too far from Agra. These blokes do not miss
a trick. We were also regaled by the usual offer of a guide. For once we
relented which proved to be a good decision as he was extremely knowledgeable
and a very friendly chap.
There are a few choices when it comes touring the park;
... and our next stop, Agra) about 25 years ago. Things have changed - no longer can we be dropped off at the entrance to Fatehpur Sikri. We now have to take an auto part of the way, then walk (uphill) the rest of the way. At the great entrance to the complex, the Buland Darwaza, we paused (for breath and photos) as Abhishek negotiated for a local guide (a very Zen elderly man) to show us around. We were now in Uttar Pradesh and our Rajasthani guide would not be allowed to work the ...
... menu. However we had no time or opportunity (or in fact desire) to check them out. The next morning we had an Indian breakfast of parathas, fruit and yogurt and bade farewell to our host Ashwani at the Tree of Life. It had been a welcoming and very comfortable place for our introduction to India. Traffic at 8 AM on a Sunday morning was light and we were on the eastern outskirts of New Delhi in less than an hour. On the fringes of the city there were many modern ...
... where you have to take your shoes off and this area is free. Don't believe the guides who offer to take you around this part for a price including shoe fee (there isn't one) and ticket price (they won't buy you one, this part is free! They'll even produce a used ticket to "prove" they bought one for you and this, my lovelies, is why you should not give your used ticket ...