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... to look for a way out. The collective effort and confidence paid-off. One team came back with the good news that we all were eager to hear… “We found the village!” a guy shouted… “It is merely 10-15 mins away from here.” These words came as a huge relief for each one of us as we all shouted in great relief… “GANPATI BAPPA… MORIYAA!”
The team that found the village had returned with a few villagers who ...
... enjoyable sites; an incredible Jain temple built entirely from marble (as Jain religion doesn’t believe in harming any living things and insects could live and die in holes in concrete); a massive cow shed in the middle of the city, where the cows were so well treated they even got given desserts; and a cycle down marine drive, where the novelty of cycling a child’s bike with no functioning brakes was beginning to wear off.
Obviously we were having too much fun ...
... station operates six 25MW Pelton turbines and was established in 1927. It mostly supplies power to Mumbai.
In 1920-21, during the construction of the dam and power station, Pandurang Mahadev Bapat led the farmers' movement representing the woes of the farmers who had lost their land in the process. This movement is known as the Mulshi Satyagrah and because of this leadership he is given the title of Senapati (commander) (data from ...
At the party, a woman walked up to me and said, “I’m sorry I don’t remember your name, but you look very familiar. I’m sure we have met.” I told her I did not think so because I was far from home. She asked my connection to the family. I tried to explain but did not know all the family connection. However, Appa had been their family doctor, and Shekar had done business with her ...
... dry and Claire said it reminded her of the outback in Aus. In the village we were taught how to make Chapatis and had a really nice dinner in a locals house. We then went back to our big hut to go to bed, we used mats on the floor and put up our mosquito nets and then we sat around the campfire for a while talking. I didn't really sleep much that night as the floor was very uncomfortable and the wind banged the doors.