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We were all looking forward to spending a few days at the renovated Taragarh Palace. This regal estate was built (and is still owned) as a retreat by the Royal Family of Jammu and Kashmir. The heritage portion of the property has the glamourous feel of the early part of the 1900's with rich wood paneling and pre Deco style decorations. The hallway …
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... Himachal. The Sikhs of Doaba, Majha and Malwa tracts of Punjab especially are the votaries of Gurbarbhag Singh and they attend the fair in large numbers. Most of the women who attend the fair are generally possessed by evil spirits. The fair is attended largely rather wholly by illiterate and orthodox people.