The Bagh Resort Bharatpur
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... 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;
... br> Abhaneri
We had two stops to make before getting into Agra - the first was at the Chand Baori (or step well) at Abhaneri, about 100KM from Jaipur. It is one of the oldest Baoris in Rajasthan, built in the 8th or 9th century AD by the King Chanda. We thought it would be a quick stop, and I for one didn't think it would be 'better' than our 1,100 year old step well in Narlai; both S and I left our wide angles in the care of Baldev in the Tempo. How wrong we were! The ...
... known as Jodhaa Bai but according to our PhD-pursuing-history-scholar guide, her name was actually Harka Bai). These alliances brought peace for a period. For each of his wives he built a palace within the complex - that gives you a sense of scale and size of the place.. It is said his favourite wife was Jodhaa Bai for whom he built a temple and even a separate kitchen (as she was a strict vegetarian). Their story was the subject ...
Saturday, November 1 and another hot day in Varanasi. We breakfasted, packed up and left our charming hotel on the Ganges. In the late afternoon we would fly back to Delhi, but first we had a visit to Sarnath, not far outside town. In 560 BC a certain Siddhartha Gautama left his wife and young son and began a journey in search of the answers to the mysteries of life. Eventually he found enlightenment and at Sarnath preached his first first sermon to five monks. The ...