The Lalit Ashok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... along with the nine nights of Navratri. Other traditional festivals of India, such as Ganesh Chaturthi, Ugadi/Gudi Padwa, Sankranthi, Eid ul-Fitr and Christmas are also celebrated.
Theater: Bangalore is the center of the film industry Kannada (Karnataka cinema), which produces about 80 movies each year. The city also has a theatrical culture, popular as Ravindra Kalakshetra and most recently opened Ranga Shankara theatres.
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... have a better experience next time. Friday we went on our first trip with the Mobile Clinic, a big renovated van with the insides ripped out and made into a clinic with laboratory facilities. There was only 3 seats in the front for a driver and 2 passengers, but this didn't stop 6 of us sitting on fold-up chairs (in no way connected to the floor of the van) in the back for the 30 minute journey. The clinic is sometimes operated out of the van, but on Friday ...
... We start off with the outside section which houses a variety of old engines all brightly painted. Inside a large shed we find the Mysore marharini's wooden carriage which dates back to 1899. It's all looking a bit dusty today but you can see the splendour of bygone eras. First the maharina's personal carriage with a proper bed (none of your fold down bunks that we have had to endure), and solid wood furniture comprising dressing table, chairs and even a ...
... things does not give you adequate time to see the places. I would suggest not combining more than two places to visit in a day.You must read my previous article on Sangam in order to make this experience complete http://journalsite.tk/journalsite/artic les/viewarticle.asp?articleid=219 as I have deliberately not mentioned many interesting items in order to avoid ...
Cows are sacred in Hinduism. They're not eaten or used to make leather. In most states of India, it's illegal to kill cows. You'd think this would make for some lucky cows. However, instead of spending their years roaming acres of green pastures like our ...