Yatrika Mangala Hotel
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... pillars that were carved by hand 500 years ago. The Jain people that worship there don’t believe in one god, but believe in ridding oneself of the 5 evils: intoxication, sex, falsehood, stealing, and violence.
You cannot enter the temple with shoes, food, water, or if you are menstruating… I think the photos paint a much better picture than I can with words.
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... to the large and immaculately furnished bedroom with desks and easy chairs and French windows leading on to our little verandah. This looked over a beautiful lawn surrounded by flowering trees while a fountain played merrily in the middle. The far end of our hallway had double doors opening to more stone steps down to this beautiful and spacious courtyard.
A special footman had been assigned to look after our every need, and within minutes he had ...
... wanted to know our ages, and if I understood correctly, they asked why were we walking around without our husbands (B had stayed back in the hotel, so it was just us 3 females with Bagdharam). And since we were all sharing ages, I asked Bagdharam for his - he’s 40 (we tried not to look too surprised…we all thought he was older). We stopped at the home of a goatherd - there was a boy about 11 years old - Jitender - who was quite keen for his photo to ...
... statue of a huge white elephant. It was built for the Maharani in memory of her pet elephant that had lived to the age of 75. It was a beautiful breezy morning and we had tea and biscuits as we took it all in. It was so peaceful up there.
We took a slow walk down and back to the hotel for a leisurely breakfast. At the hotel is a small temple or altar I should say and sitting ...
We arrived into Udaipur relatively refreshed after a good sleep on the train (no need to bribe anyone this time) and checked into our final hotel of the tour booked in Delhi. We immediately headed to the touristy sites, such as the very impressive city palace, a boat ride out on Lake Pichola and spent the evening watching Octopussy (filmed mainly in Udaipur) over a few cold beers and curry. Very British.
A chance encounter ...