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... The earliest paintings were very simple and flat.
- Cave 16 (450 A.D.). This monastery is in the middle of the horse-shoe mountain. Its hall is supported by 20 pillars. The ceiling of the front aisle is decorated with stone rafters and beams. There are elegant sculptures of dwarfs, heavenly musicians etc. The chief attraction of this monastery is the gigantic image of Buddha in preaching posture. The cave is specifically known for a world famous painting ...
... to say it was about 8pm at this time now. We had been out with the rickshaw driver for about 3 hours! Wow thats a long time. We were all worried about how much we owed him. We got back to our hotel and paid him 600 rs. No regrets. Gotta do what you gotta do. Despite not wanting to be driven all over the place he did take us every where and stay with us. We rushed in to the hotel and showered and got ready really quickly. I didn't shower because I thought I was okay without one. ...
... happens . He was in pain I can notice ,eventually I said bhai why cant you wipe it. To amaze me he said "No sir let it flow , malik saja de raha hoga mere papo ki aur me puri karuga to mere bachhe ko dua milegi"(God is punishing me for my curse,it will create good future for my son). I said still boss look you consult doctor,its not good , if you are in stress how can your son will be happy,at least wipe it.And the most ...
... We had read in the guide book that they got busy quickly so decided to skip breakfast (not that it was included anyway) and make our way there as early as we could. Leaving our big bags at the hotel for free (which was rather nice) we decided to get our first auto-rickshaw to the bus station. With us 3 squished in the back, we took to the dusty roads. It was cooler here than Mumbai and certainly felt less sticky. On arrival at the bus station and after ...
What an amazing three days in the area of Women's teaching! The pastor's wives came eager and willing to learn all they could. We had a room full of children and babies all at the same time. Great challenge for sure but also a great reward. Many of these babies were the ones I prayed for the first year I came to India. What a joy to see them growing and full of health (oh yes, they were plenty noisy as they played -- LOL). ...