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... Foreigner 100 rupee. Try doing that at home!
This turned out to be a great thing to do first, as the view from the top gave a great view of the flat city, and I could see the whole city, the Ganges, and Gandhi Park, with his huge statue, and knew where to walk next. As I was leaving a security guard and a wily young lad offered to show me inside the granary, which was all locked up. ...
... br> 1. As talking about the weather is to Americans, talking about Mangos is to Indians. I swear, it is their go to awkward elevator talk. It might go like this:
"Hey how are you today?"
"Good, good. Have you heard how the Mangos are looking this year?"
"I heard since the rain came so early, the good variety of mangos will be a strong harvest."
"Ah, that is so good to hear. Usually they dont come till late June, but my Mango guy tells me they are coming in Mid ...
... have no power whatsoever (They did go out for about 1hr in the morning, but then the solar kicked in as the sun came out).
I am still getting used to writing these so bare with me. PLEASE comment with things that you might want to hear about or topics you want me to expand on. I am going to try to write more next week to avoid long posts.
Tomorrow we are adventuring deep into the city on our own…….
... translation is Mr. Alok Dwivedi, one of the five team members in the Bihar Technical Support Team that is since 2010 assisting the Public Health Engineering Department to implement the programme. We also meet here Mr. Sunil Kumar, of the Women Development Corporation (WDC) who is cluster coordinator of a number of Self Help Groups. WDC is one of the implementing agencies under contract by the SWASHT programme.
On the wall of this Angawadi ...
... the ashes landed, but the one on the Patna side was lost to the river (along with much of Patna). The one the the Hajipur side hasn't fared much better. A Hindu temple was built on top of the mound which is what's left of the stupa, so it can't be excavated. Plus it looks like there's some enlargement of the temple going on, so that may have an effect on the site. But it is also walled off from the rest ...