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March 06, 2007


I saw the Golden Temple of Amritsar and Anandpur Sahib both in my late teens. The memories are now a bit hazy. But I do remember the elegant beauty and the stunning setting of Anandpur Sahib. I still have an old lined note book containing the sketch I made of Anandpur Sahib, so taken was I by its imposing beauty. (I must go back and re-visit some of these places when in India, instead of wasting all my time in Delhi, doing nothing.) And I remember the Karha Prasad, the sooji halwa you describe. It was delectable.

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