Gp -in- India

Ja – Swaminarayan Akshardham – New Delhi

Por |septiembre 19th, 2016|

Akshardham

means the divine abode of God.

It is hailed as

an eternal place of devotion, purity and peace. […]

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Tnb – INS Tarangini – A75 – Voyage at Valletta – Malta

Por |agosto 12th, 2016|

LOKAYAN 15

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http://indiannavy.nic.in/

content/lokayan-15-

tarangini-voyage-

valletta-malta

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Rc – Cela – Escritor en Francia – Especies sagradas

Por |agosto 6th, 2016|

La Vanguardia,

21 de Marzo de 1974

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El escritor

pertenece en Francia

a una especie sagrada,

como la vaca en la India,

el perro en Inglaterra

y el cura en España.

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This is not our traditional dress

Por |abril 22nd, 2016|

^ This is not our traditional dress ^

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This is:

This_is_our_traditional_dress

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Rc – Kipling – The Tomb of his Ancestors

Por |marzo 24th, 2016|

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B – Sir Charles James Napier

Por |marzo 8th, 2016|

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Sir Charles James Napier, GCB

(10 August 1782 – 29 August 1853),

was a general of the British Empire

and the British Army’s Commander-in-Chief in India,

notable for conquering Sindh in what is now Pakistan.

A story for which Napier is often noted involved Hindu priests

complaining to him about the prohibition of Sati by British authorities. […]

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Po – Ajutsi – Associació per a l’Ajut al Sud de l’Índia

Por |febrero 21st, 2016|

Tf -in- Mike’s Railway History – A Himalayan Loop Line

Por |febrero 17th, 2016|

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The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is one of the engineering feats of the world. Although the steepness of the gradients on this narrow-gauge line is eclipsed in other parts of the world, and the 7,407 ft. altitude of the summit at Ghoom station is less than half the height of some of the summits described on the page, «The Magic of the Andes.» The achievement of the engineers who built the line more than half a century ago is a noteworthy one in the history of railways.

This little railway has a gauge of 2 ft. and a length of fifty-one miles, with steep gradients and amazing loops. It climbs from the plains—which are most oppressive in the hot weather—to the coolness of the «hills,» as British residents in India call the lower slopes of the Himalayas on which are situated the towns, or «stations,» to which they go periodically to preserve their health.

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Tf -in- Mike’s Railway History – Hill Lines of India

Por |febrero 17th, 2016|

Construction and Operation of Some Steeply Graded Routes

The hill railways of India are numerous, widely scattered and varying in character.

India is a sub-continent larger than the whole of Europe less Scandinavia and Russia. […]

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Gp -in- Maps on the Web – India

Por |febrero 17th, 2016|

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