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The waterfall consists of four distinct cascades — known locally as Raja, Rani, Rover and Rocket. The information within this feature is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of print. Set up a giveaway. Rani is not sure that the Ganesh murthi used in the visarjan immersion of the idol in the river is eco-friendly. Enjoy the extensive view of a stream flowing by at the cliff top called The Tiger point and relish in the tranquillity of Karla caves built by the Buddhist monks around 3rd to 2nd century BC. Meet an expert in store.
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Anita Badhwar, who grew up in Toronto, Canada, felt the need the same need and came up with a book series Little Princess Rani and the Palace Adventures. This book series presents information about Hindu festivals and Indian culture to readers, years of age. She has a pet parrot named Hari and a pet elephant named Bindi.
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Rani has a sweet tooth, so she thinks the best part of festivals is eating ALL the yummy mithai sweets! Anita Badhwar grew up in Canada and moved to the United States in Her primary motivation to write the series was to present educational information about Indian culture and festivals in a fun, engaging manner, so that children of Indian descent can take pride in their heritage.
It is through this book series that she is able share her rich and beautiful Indian culture. I know India probably best of all because of my heritage. All of life happens on the street for you to see, and there is something quite amazing about that experience.
Going to India will, I think, change you forever. You should see the Taj Mahal — all the touristy things have to be done. I want to explore.
I think the food is some of the best in the world. For our honeymoon we went to Cambodia to see the temples and then we went to Thailand to have a beautiful beach and food holiday. We went up the west coast to Khao Lak and did lots of snorkelling, and also to Bangkok. Everywhere I went I had to try their green papaya salad, and the best one was from a street cart just down a side street in Bangkok. We were drawn towards it because there were lots of local people and policemen queuing up to get their green papaya salad, so we had to have it and it was amazing. Her travel style is undoubtedly intrepid adventurer.