Yes, this is a real chocolate bar – What they were doing with it when they came up with the name I can only imagine.
Archive for January, 2011
Begun in the 2nd century BC, Ajanta lay hidden by bush on the bend of a river for centuries before being rediscovered by Europeans. Luckily the elaborately decorated interior was preserved and gives a unique insight into early Buddhist art. As Buddhism declined, so did Ajanta, and the focus moved to Ellora where the huge rock-cut temples attest to the rise of resurgence of Hinduism and the popularity of Jainism.
Nasik is one of the holiest cities in India , and one of the few where you can achieve Moksha, or liberation from the cycle of birth and death, by bathing in the holy ghats – Also used for more general bathing and for washing clothes. I found it one of the friendliest cities in India – a nice break from the hassle of more touristy areas.
Anyway, here’s some photos