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Journey Through Indian Peninsula

Journey Through Indian Peninsula

Interior of the Bedroom of a Mansion, Alsisar, Rajasthan. 2013

Interior of the Bedroom of a Mansion, Alsisar, Rajasthan. 2013

I’ll be in India until November 10 traveling by train via Tamil Nadu and Kerala visiting their respective capitals, Chennai and Thiruvanathapuram. We’ll see the rock cut temples of Mamallapuram and the magnificent ones of Trichy, Thanjavur and Madurai. The train will take us by way of enchanting Pondicherry (once a French colony) and backwaters of Alleppey in Kochi. After disembarking the train in Bangalore we will go to Agra to see Taj Mahal and Red Fort, then Old and New Delhi and finally to Chandigarh in Punjab.

I’ll keep you posted.

At this point I would like to ask you:

If you have never been to India, what is your cherished fantasy about the country and what is your worst fear?

If you have visited India, what are your best memory and your worst experience?

I’d really appreciate your feedback.

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