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Good spacious rooms...it must have seen its glory. The service is real sloppy but the old world ambiance makes up for that. It has a big advantage of being just 2 kms from the main sanctuary gate.
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... Pol Gate or the Elephant Gate, the south entrance to the complex, suggesting that it was the imperial entrance.
... but early night. Cannot wait to go home and stay out till really late!! Called my 72 year old dad the next day and even he was out till 4:00am, sheesh. Brendan needed to get well enough again to entertain me as the others are pretty mellllloooowww. Olivia had wine that I bought from the cage, so she got into the spirit of things, in the end we were all up dancing as a group which was special and that's what mattered.
... is a jaw-droppingly beautiful structure, extending about 20 metres (and 13 stories) down to the algae covered water. The symmetry of the steps was quite amazing - as were the temples on one end, which were visible now but are covered when the water level rises. I couldn't imagine how exactly water is collected from the well...up and down those narrow steps. Abhishek explained that the steps provided a filter mechanism which cleaned the water as it flowed to the bottom. We spent ...
... Hindi movie "Jodhaa-Akbar". Although a lot of research went into the making of the movie, many Rajput groups claimed historical inaccuracies and the movie was not screened in many cinemas in Rajasthan.
We spent some time wandering through the buildings and grounds and then made our way into Agra - not only the home of the Taj Mahal, but also that of my old and very dear friend P, a Maharani herself. I couldn't wait!
... seeking to break free from the caste system, which is very much still alive here. Thus for nearly 1000 years Sarnath had disappeared until a 19th century British archaeologist began excavations in the area and unearthed the remnants of a very large temple and monastery, and a giant stupa (ceremonial mound) was also found on what is purported to be the site of Buddha's tree. The observations of a Chinese visitor at the height of Sarnath's importance confirmed the ...