And now we move to the rhythm of this restlessness
On these streets many people dead they drive with recklessness
8% growth has some people flex with lexuses
In South ex shop for Rolexes and diamond necklaces
Land developers come down hard build power nexuses
They build more malls and shopping complexcesses
State militia vacate villages – next exodus
So you can cash checks of sensex indexes.
Many narrators refer to Delhi as be-dil(heartless). They say the city is cruel, treacherous, ungrateful, selfish and a whore.
Prior to the Muslim rule, Delhi’s most popular name was Yoginipur, City of Yoginis. Jain texts and Prakrita literature mentioned the city as Yoginipur. Yoginis are lesser goddesses; some texts say they numbered 12 while others put the figure at 64. Yogmaya, the presiding deity of Yoginopur, reigned over all the Yoginis.
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Excerpts and Images from an Ongoing Project on Delhi
If today is the first time you have arrived on The Road to Nara, you are heartily welcome ~ Namaste
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I will take this opportunity to introduce you to About me and importantly;
As a co-traveller, will take you through the Ten Lessons I learnt from several years on the road, before you coarse on your own Road to Nara.
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You might also like to know about My Little School Project. If you wish to come over for a visit someday, that you must, you will be heartily welcome here
If you would like to contribute to my travels, you can please do so here
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