THE ART OF SPITTING

Last week when I went to the British Library from my home to the library, there are total 6 signals and one thing was common on all of that. When the light turned red, 3 out of 10 fellow commuters started spitting here and there. I hardly saved myself from ...

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JAMA MASJID

Jama Masjid is the oldest and the most amazing mosque of Ahmedabad built in 1424 during the reign of King Ahmed Shah. Jama Masjid is located in the older part of the city opposite to the Mahatma Gandhi Road on the eastern side of Teen Darwaza. Jama Masjid was the ...

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Storytelling @ British Library

  Contemporary British storyteller Jo Blake Cave was invited by the prestigious British Library to engage in a workshop and then perform her piece of art ‘Edgelands’ on Monday 1st October. This workshop was held to showcase UK creativity in story telling for young learners and adults and introducing them ...

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Thol Lake

  Thol lake bird sanctuary is a freshwater body surrounded by marshes on the edge and scrubby forest embarking the sides. A visual treat to the birdwatchers this place is a home to more than 100 species of birds like cranes, geese, flamingos, pelicans, egret, herons, ducks, whistling teals and ...

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INDRODA PARK

Indroda dinosaur and Fossil Park is located in gandhinagar near Ahmedabad which is spread over 400 hectares of land it is considered to be the second largest hatchery of dinosaur eggs in the world and also “India’s Jurassic Park “it is run by Gujarat Ecological Education and Research Foundation (GEER) ...

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MANEKCHOWK

  This bustling open place near the centre of the city is famous for the vegetable market in the morning and the gold market in the afternoon the 3rd biggest in India but it is mostly famous for the food stalls that start to emerge from 7 in the evening ...

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