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Old Jun 20, 2007, 1:08 PM   #21
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agreed thank you.
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Old Jun 20, 2007, 9:28 PM   #22
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If you look at the wheel there are eight spikes represents "Pal" means period,Like we divided the whole day in 24 hours, they devide it into eight moments,During each moment a person is set do certain activity,like a school period,You can see on spike a small statue with certain activity..This is just a small part of information I am putting,but there are many more.When I went there I forget to take any picture ,I found the whole history so engrossing .Thanks for Shaing Raghu,you have evoked my old memories
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Wow Raghu, I do not know what else to say except that was an awesome experience!!! Your photos and the detailed explanations were super and a GREAT history lesson. And it shows you the importance of preserving the past and restoring architectural sites when possible. And it was so nice to see your great family as well and sharing them with us. Thanks SO much for all the time you spent on this SUPER post!!!! :|
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Wow Raghu, I do not know what else to say except that was an awesome experience!!! Your photos and the detailed explanations were super and a GREAT history lesson. And it shows you the importance of preserving the past and restoring architectural sites when possible. And it was so nice to see your great family as well and sharing them with us. Thanks SO much for all the time you spent on this SUPER post!!!! :|
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Wow Raghu, I do not know what else to say except that was an awesome experience!!! Your photos and the detailed explanations were super and a GREAT history lesson. And it shows you the importance of preserving the past and restoring architectural sites when possible. And it was so nice to see your great family as well and sharing them with us. Thanks SO much for all the time you spent on this SUPER post!!!! :|
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sorry, not sure why that sent three times!!!!!!!:?
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Old Jun 21, 2007, 6:39 AM   #27
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Thanks RedStick,Rebel,Mcliu and Annie. Annie, did you experience "reset cookie settings" problem? One of my posts in "Architectural Photos" got repeated 5 times, possiblybecause of that as the picture was not loading and I had to repeatedly login and press the send button! I hope Steveand other moderators arewatching and will set things right.
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Old Jun 21, 2007, 7:54 AM   #28
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There is some software problem since past few days.They have rectified quite a lot, but still more is desired.Idea is click on the send button once and wait for sec. then click on steves forum .You will see the image is already posted.You have been out for quite a long.Welcome back.
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A huge "thank you", Raghu, for an absolutely fascinating and awe-inspiring series.
The quality of the pictures is great and the commentary absorbiing. I went throught the series several times and will do so several more times, no doubt.
Thanks for sharing your experience.
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Stunning architecture and very well captured too. Excellent series

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