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... br> Food wise , there seems to be a lot more meat on offer here compared to northern India but it may just be due to it being a more affluent city. Bangalore is the second most affluent city in India whose residents have a very high purchasing power. With 60,000 people considered to be super rich, having an investable income of Rs. 4.5 crores (about £500,000 I think), this is clearly portrayed in the luxurious and stylish lifestyles of its citizens. In a city of 9 million I ...
... as a bull or a man, or even another animal and there are countless other gods who are related to the main gods in some way or other. After the temple visit we go for lunch in a local restaurant. We try egg curry, chicken curry and dhal with rice and roti. It's a simple meal but very tasty. We can hardly believe where the time has gone to. Our driver speeds us back to Ram and Smita's place and we take a taxi back to our hotel. This is a hair raising ride with the ...
There are certainly things you need to do before you travel in India. Those are; what you would put in your luggage, things you need to know culturally before you travel.
In Your Luggage:
Hygiene Related: Carry a roll of toilet paper in your hand bag, it always becomes useful when you need to go to public toilets. Also carry a hand ...
... same if I make it to his age and I think I must have gotten my love for food from him.
The following day was our last day in Bangalore. We spent the morning packing up our bags. I had to go to a nearby department store with my dad to pick up an extra bag to pack into. In the afternoon, we went to HNagar to say our goodbyes and also to meet my aunt, Nagalakshmi, my cousin Pradeep and his wife Teju and their kids who had made a special trip in to Mysore to ...
... show at a bar called Counter Culture. After more than a year of traveling, it would be nice to settle down for a few months in Bangalore and soak it in!
We were also lucky to have some fun events during our first two weeks. As we arrived, we were invited to attend one of the teachers' daughter's wedding reception. How amazing! When we were shopping downtown, I bought some Indian formal wear - a long blue silk kurta with white pyjama pants. Funnily enough, maybe ...