Friday, October 19, 2012
One of the inscriptions infact was just at the entrance door to an ancient shivling enclosure and had the Om temple on top.
I may be prejudiced that only Muslims write in Urdu but I can't think of a reason why a Hindu would have his dedication stone inside the temple in Urdu. I can get Gujarati and Marathi and Tamil even. But why Urdu... Odd.
May we have more such communal harmony in the rest of the country as well.
One of the holiest cities in India.
1 of the few (if not only) brahma temple in the world
Home to the holy Pushkar lake
And yet..the sheer influx of Israeli tourists has this city putting up Hebrew signs, selling Israeli delicacies(veg of course) - many locals speak the language - it is not uncommon to hear people greet people with 'shalom'.There is even a community centre for the Israelis.
Gotta love capitalism.