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Mysore to Hyderabad

Location: Hyderabad, India

Travelling north after New Year up the centre of India through Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh

Colourful Sari's and Salwar Kameez at the tombs

The Gumbaz (tomb) of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan - the father and Son scourge of the British Raj in the 1700s.

The colossal Nandi (the sacred Bull and steed of Shiva) on Chamundi Hill

The Maharajah''s Palace in Mysore from the roof of my hotel. Chamundi Hill in the background.

The view over the harem and King's Quarters from the defensive keep in Golconda Fort - Hyderabad in the background

The Hindu temple at the top of Golconda Fort near Hyderabad

Me! at Charminar in Hyderabad. Char Minar means four towers which is exactly what the building is.

My fellow meditators outside our accomodation for the 10 days

The centre of Charminar

View of the street from Charminar - the area is called Lad Bazaar and you can buy everything you need for a wedding in the streets apparently!



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The Gumbaz (tomb) of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan - the father and Son scourge of the British Raj in the 1700s.

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Colourful Sari's and Salwar Kameez at the tombs

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The Maharajah''s Palace in Mysore from the roof of my hotel. Chamundi Hill in the background.

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The colossal Nandi (the sacred Bull and steed of Shiva) on Chamundi Hill

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Me! at Charminar in Hyderabad. Char Minar means four towers which is exactly what the building is.

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View of the street from Charminar - the area is called Lad Bazaar and you can buy everything you need for a wedding in the streets apparently!

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The centre of Charminar