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The minaret

Snoring orchestras, unending wind farms and a slice of Turkey

September 2nd 2013
After the tiring day in Dunhuang, I looked forward to the night in the train back to Urumqi. The soft sleeper with its clean sheets, its gentle sway just enough to let me drift into sleep and no noise whatsoever. I lay on my bunk, the Mogao caves flooding my mind with the mythical images floating in one after the other. I was basking in my thoughts, feeling every bit of the tiredness that sometime ... read more
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15th March 2014

Very nice
This is so great. This architecture was so good. I am glad to be here in this place. Doing this sculpture was very hard. Rarely we can find this type of sculptures in India. Thank you.

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