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... br> which has faded by the passage of time.
Originally, it was a store house (pool) for the water, but later on the name
Sarovar was given to it. The water to the pool was supplied from the nearby
canal. There is a open space for the gents to take a dip and a covered one for
the ladies, whereas there is a separate slope for the animals.
The stay house of Maharaja Ranjit Singh known as baradari (the house with ...
... ceremonies in the south, and even of Catholic rituals witnessed at home. Another wonderful plus for the tour, thanks to our excellent guide who organized everything! It is so clear to me that all religions are similar, and people are similar, and even conflicting nations can have good-natured fun with each other and shake hands and all go home afterwards. I wish that everyone in the world could see and experience what I have seen here ...
... on each side of the border, grandstand seats, popcorn, soft drinks, we even had a DJ on our side belting out Bollywood tunes, and impromptu dancing at the front. From the sound of it, the Pakistanis were having just as much fun.
The border guards eventually got under way, indulging in some seriously competitive ...
... times the poor driver had to get off the bike and push us up hill. We had to dodge a few times to be avoid being hit by people carrying their goods for sale. We eventually made it back in one piece.
We then headed to see Raj Ghat, the site of Mahatmir Ghandi's cremation. The site has an eternal flame on a plinth which has the phrase "Oh God" the last words uttered by Ghandi after he was assassinated in 1948. It was a very tranquil place where you could ponder ...
Hi everyone, Last Sunday we arrived in Amritsar, home of the Golden Temple. We went to see it both in the day and during the sunset. It was a stunning figure which we were glad we came to see. Anyone who enters has to cover their hair and so Miss Rich wore a pashmina and I wore a kind of bandana! We had to take our shoes and socks off and dip our feet in water so that they were clean. We then entered the grounds and stood in awe at the temple as it shimmered in ...