It is easy trip from Delhi to Gwalior by Shadabdi Express. 6.00 from Delhi, ca. 9.30 in Gwalior.
One can see through the window slowly changing landscape. Green plain near Delhi, more and more sand and bush southwards. Short before Gwalior emerge rocky hillocks, soil becomes stony and poor. In monsoon season there is probably enough water but in March everything is dry. It was warm.
Gwa... czytaj dalej
North-East is popularly called area between Burma, Bangladesh, China, Bhutan, Nepal and India. Connected with India by thin corridor since long time creates big problems for India and will create in the future.
Earlier the whole North-East was one state Assam. Capital of Assam is Guwahati. It is not interesting city in the valley alongside Brahmaputra. Building development climbs slowly on ... czytaj dalej
About Pindari Glacier
At an altitude of 3,627 metres, the Pindari glacier lies between the Nanda Devi and the Nandakot peaks in the Pinder valley occupying an area of 339.39 square kilometre roughly. It is 5 kilomtres long; the snout is about 6 metre high and 2.5 meter wide. Above the snout, the glacier extends for about 3 kilometers in length and 300-400 meters in width between an altitudi... czytaj dalej
Mumbaj do obecna (od 1995 nazwa Bombaju). Przmianowano go na fali „indianizacji” nazw miast (skąd my to znamy?). Co ciekawe wiele skrótów i nazw różnych instytucji ma nadal w nazwie Bombay (np. kod lotniczy miasta, nazwa giełdy, niektórych firm).
Jest to biznesowa stolica Indii i wielki ośrodek finansowy. Siedziby tu mają liczne banki (m.in. Reserve Bank of India), giełda (Bombay Stock Exch... czytaj dalej