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preeti22 8 11 July 29, 2012 at 11:25 PM in Travel & Vacations (2)
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Hiiiiiiii Everyone,
I am belonging from Chandigarh and according to me, the best place in India is Chandigarh for traveling, Accommodation, looking traditional place and enjoying each moment.
Capital of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh is an important city in the northern part of the country. Chandigarh was dream of Pandit jawahrlal Nehru, it's indias first planned city. Chandigarh derive its name from "Chandi mandir" located in Chandigarh. Sector 17 in the city is one of the hottest shopping venues and houses some of the classiest stores and brands in the region.
The main feature of Punjabi food is the extensive use of butter, cream, ghee and cheese. Their meals usually consist of pulses cooked on a slow flame with the traditional Punjabi tadka. For preparing the gravy, a mixture of onion, tomato, ginger, garlic and spices are used. Usually the traditional Punjabi food is prepared in the earthen tandoors, which give the food a unique aroma. In the category of beverages, one name that truly deserves a mention is the Punjab-di-Lassi.
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hiiiiiiii everyone,
i am belonging from chandigarh and according to me, the best place in india is the departure gate at any international airport.
Lemme fix that for ya Big Grin
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I have determined you are the reason for the depreciation of the Rupee.
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I think you left out an "i".
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I think you left out an "i".
He would have come back and edited it but I'm sure he doesn't have power!

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/01...india.html

I don't know if you guys have ever been to India but where I was at the power probably went out every 45 minutes. Got stuck in an elevator friggin twice in one week, albeit only for a few minutes.
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He would have come back and edited it but I'm sure he doesn't have power!

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/01/world/asia/power-outages-hit-600-million-in-india.html

I don't know if you guys have ever been to India but where I was at the power probably went out every 45 minutes. Got stuck in an elevator friggin twice in one week, albeit only for a few minutes.

Where were you?! and yes, India does have power problems, though it's less in the metropolitan cities.
And yeah...More people in India don't have power right now than the populations of U.S.A and Canada combined!
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Where were you?! and yes, India does have power problems, though it's less in the metropolitan cities.
And yeah...More people in India don't have power right now than the populations of U.S.A and Canada combined!
Well to be fair, something like 1/3 of the people don't have power so on a daily basis that's true pretty much every day Frown

Delhi/Gurgaon area.
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Well to be fair, something like 1/3 of the people don't have power so on a daily basis that's true pretty much every day Frown

Delhi/Gurgaon area.

Yeah..and that too. FrownFrown
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I have determined you are the reason for the depreciation of the Rupee.
What do you have to say ?
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What do you have to say ?
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India is a great country for visit and has many attractions for tourist. I like the most at there is Goa Beach and Manali. These are the best places for me. Last time I was there with my friend and we make lots of fun at there. such a nice places and love to go there again.
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What are these people on?
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Chandigarh international airport.
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