Marc was going back the same way we had come..a real tough trek..but Marc is a Malang and a very brave one.
The story goes that a Hijra a devout follower of Khwahjah Garib Nawaz made a very unusual request he invoked the Holy Saint to give him a son ,
The Holy saint Garib Nawaz told him to go to the mountains eat a fruit that grows on a tree near Bib Hafiz Jamals tomb..he ate it became pregnant but as the pregnancy the hijras male body could not cope up up with the growth of the child in him , he relented , begged forgiveness of the Holy Saint for going against God and Nature.. and asked the Holy Saint to end his pain.
The Blog Is A Path To Peace Hope And Humanity, a photo by firoze shakir photographerno1 on Flickr. Kaushik Dutta June 12 at 9:55pm Report I am watching your photo stream in flickr very religiously. I have never heard the name Taragadh. Is it in Ajmer? What is the altitude!? Do you on way to Ajmer urs or on the back? Very moving pictures. It seems that I am in Taragadh!!!! Brilliant detailing Firoz bhai. AS I AM FEELING I WAS THERE WITH YOU. Saalam.
The guy standing next to me walked Taragadh barefeet , he was always behind me and helped me climb the rocks though I had a stick I fell several times , when we reached a certain distance he told me had been robbed of his slippers and his money too, but he never asked me for a dime but was hungry thirsty I could feel it I gave him 50 bucks and saw tears trailing down his cheek, he had left his mother at the Taragadh Main Shrine and once I had reached the top he took my permission to leave.. so there is a story within a story at every moment.
their fathers old man all his errors of omission commission they forgive their fathers childhood memories their fathers old man once again nostalgically magically relives what he could not offer his own children love affection quality time to his grand children he gives
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Other common names include boab, boaboa, bottle tree,the tree of life, upside-down tree, and monkey bread tree. The species reach heights of 5 to 30 metres (16 to 98 ft) and trunk diameters of 7 to 11 metres (23 to 36 ft). It's trunk can hold up to 120,000 litres of water.
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