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... east, a temple of Narasimha, known as the Kumbhi. This Narasimha temple consists of aGarbhagriha, a sukanasi, a navagraha and a mukhamantapa and is similar to the plan of the temple below. In addition to the temple there are three sacred ponds or Kalyani here known as Narasimha-teertha, Parasara-teertha ...
... major cities of India. It connects Chandigarh (310 Km), Ambala (355 Km) and Delhi (585 km) through excellent roadways.
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It was Friday night and yet again another one of us was leaving. This time it was Euan. Euan had already extended his time out here for two weeks. However, this time he was officially returning to the UK.
We had previously had two other leaving meals for Euan. Firstly the Hard Rock Cafe, secondly another visit to Brick Lane and finally tonight we would go to Shiros to celebrate (commiserate) Euan's departure.
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... by visiting the rat temple, before coming back to Bikaner and taking the train to Jaisalmer (one of Rajasthan's highlights) in the west. Finally I managed to negotiate another itinerary directly with the camelmen: we wouldn't come back to Deshnok and they would drop me on the main road leading to the big city of Jodhpur, 190km south. This meant changing all my plans... I wouldn't see the rat temple and I wouldn't go to Jaisalmer. But doing so the trek took an all other ...