Monthly Archives: August 2010

Baroda to Champaneer

Tuesday August 31, 2010 Baroda, Gujarat to Champaneer, Gujarat We woke up quite early in Baroda, disembarked the bus and went to the train station to kill some time while we waited for the city to wake up. We had … Continue reading

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Indore to Baroda

Monday August 30, 2010 Indore, Madhya Pradesh to Baroda, Gujarat We went out during the morning to try to figure out how to reach our next destination in the state of Gurajat. We were surprised that we couldn’t get easy … Continue reading

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Udaigiri Hills

Sunday August 29, 2010 Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh to Indore, Madhya Pradesh We left early in the morning to visit some cave temples in the vicinity of Sanchi. With the help of a autorickshaw driver we went into the countryside, going … Continue reading

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Stuppas at Sanchi

Saturday 28 August, 2010 Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh Sanchi is so far the smallest settlement we have visited. The train station and the main road are about 400m from the Mahabodi Society and the walk to the entrance of the archeological … Continue reading

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Orccha to Sanchi

Friday 27 August, 2010 Orchha, Madhya Pradesh to Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh During the planning stage of our journey to the central area of India, we noticed another World Heritage site near the city of Bhopal, at Sanchi. Since we had … Continue reading

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Orccha

Thursday 26 August, 2010 Agra Uttar Pradesh to Orchha, Madhya Pradesh Once again we started our trip early morning. Our train from Agra was an special train composed by wagons only with couches and fully AC. Quite different from our … Continue reading

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Agra Fort

25 August, 2010 Agra Fort, Agra Today we took it easy on the morning, and in the afternoon we went to visit the Agra Fort. Agra was the capital of the Mughal empire, and it was from this fort that … Continue reading

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