The Bagh Resort Bharatpur
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... which is a single large-domed chhatri. Originally pierced stone screens faced the fašade, and probably sub-divided the interior as well, suggesting it was built for the ladies of the court. The floors are supported by intricately carved columns on each level, totaling to 176 columns in ...
... pouring rain is not our idea of fun.
We are more of the type that prefer our feathered friends to
be noisy and inquisitive. In fact if they could come and sit on our table in
the back garden and peck at some cake while we watch from a foot or two, we
would be delighted.
Believe it or not the little chap we mentioned from
Ranthambore, the Rufous Treepie, more or less fulfilled that role perfectly. He
was destined to appear ...
... like Fatepur the fort was built by Akbar. His grandson Shah Jehan pulled down many of the red sandstone buildings and replaced them with marble. Ricky explained that it was one of the first places where the Muslim tradition of not portraying any living forms in art was breached with introduction of floral embellishments in the permitted calligraphy and geometric shapes. He also made a big thing about the different forms of Persian, Hindu and gothic arches but we ...
I have never seen anything like it. The first stepwell I had ever seen was the one we dined by at Narlai - which is a modest size in comparison but impressive nonetheless. Why they are designed this way is a curious thing and something to research. Fetching water must have been quite a hazardous undertaking if you had that many steps to descend and then walk up again with buckets of water! Architecturally however, ...
... along with a cocktail in a coconut shell on a tropical beach by wildly attractive, topless Venezuelan beauty queens as opposed to grumpy street vendors in grubby shirts and bare feet, Diwali would contain all of my favourite things.
On a side note, with regards to Indian rudeness from people in non-tourist service roles, it's not to be taken personally. ...