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Old June 7th, 2011, 06:01 PM   #41
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No...its not that Migol....Anyways I like germany a lot...my ex gf was german
...I know India is not like europe.....its not that organized ....I am not defending it...However, just felt that few of your comments( which I highlighted) were title over done....

Anyways o hard feelings......I hope you enjoyed your trip.....

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no worries, no hard feelings ... but please could you post some pictures of the nice areas of Delhi ( no monuments), for example modern areas, buildings, or maybe pictures from the renovated connaught place... just to show me I´m wrong!

Well I did actually enjoy my trip.... another world, and different culture...!
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Hey Migol....Nobody's feeling offended yaar. Its just an discussion...and in a good healthy way...so please don't tale it as criticism or bashing...it's your thread I loved your pics dude.....

Yes, I'll post many pics of modern Delhi which you may have missed....

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Old June 7th, 2011, 06:10 PM   #43
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Gurgaon, New Delhi

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...162287&page=89


National Capital Regions ( Delhi NCR) major SubCity...


http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...79379&page=134

New Delhi Cityscape thread.....go through it...I believe you'll see many beautiful parts of the city....
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Old June 7th, 2011, 06:34 PM   #44
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http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...075981&page=23

Connaught place renovation pics & Updates....see the pics on the above link Sir...
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Old June 7th, 2011, 06:45 PM   #45
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yes gurgaon is what I mentioned with modern parts.... direction Jaipur...the buildings are nice......

well I have to admit pictures give you another impression how it is in real life... everything looks more calm...
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Old June 8th, 2011, 04:34 PM   #46
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Saludos Migol, exquisita la arquitectura palaciega de la India.

Disculpa que lo voy a decir pero no comparto tus comentarios amigo, creo que no era necesario expresarse de esa manera, definitivamente no hemos estado en la india para compararla con nuestro país, pero seguramente si pusieramos fotos de los barrios altos, el rimac y muchas partes del centro de Lima pues seguramente muchos quedarían desepcionados seguramente en cualquier foro, es más creo que en muchos casos temas de asinamiento y descuido son temas recurrentes en muchas ciudades del Perú, por no decir en todas (incluyo cusco para que algún suspicaz no vaya a decir que tengo algún tema personal con la capital).

No he conocido ninguna ciudad en nuestro país donde no haya basurales en sus ingresos terrestres y monumentos abandonados y pobreza, no intento hacer un punto de comparación, de ninguna manera, pero creo que por respeto a la nación hindú y sobre todo al sentir del foro deberíamos evitar comentarios despectivos.

Bueno muchas gracias por tus fotos están espectaculares como siempre,
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Old June 8th, 2011, 10:59 PM   #47
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No he conocido ninguna ciudad en nuestro país donde no haya basurales en sus ingresos terrestres y monumentos abandonados y pobreza, no intento hacer un punto de comparación, de ninguna manera, pero creo que por respeto a la nación hindú y sobre todo al sentir del foro deberíamos evitar comentarios despectivos.

Bueno muchas gracias por tus fotos están espectaculares como siempre,
reconozco que me exprese demasiado mal de India, mejor dicho de sus ciudades, pero la diferencia con nuestro pais (Peru) que como dices lo feo mayormente se ve en sus ingresos terrestres y partes del centro como en Lima, pero en India por ejemplo Jaipur o Agra desde su entrada, centro y salida todo estaba en muy mal estado, tal vez una que otra plaza estaba "ok" el resto asi muy mal cuidado, igual Delhi junto a sus buenos lugares se percive el desorden y caos. La diferencia con nuestras ciudades al menos Lima, es que en Lima se ven muy buenas zonas y grandes... encambio en Delhi por ejemplo con exepcion de Gurgaon (por partes) y nueva delhi (por partes) el resto es siempre igual..... y para alguien que no esta acostumbrado es fuerte el cambio, algo que en Peru o una ciudad (capital) latinoamericana no me pasa.

Conozco muchas ciudades por todo el mundo, y la verdad las que no me agradaron para nada nada con exepcion de sus templos y grandes monumentos fueron las ciudades de India. Repito India como país es bonito al igual que su cultura....
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Lo que mas me atrae de la India es su magia que trasmite en cualquier lugar donde vallas, de aquel pais.
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Yes, this video was taken at the time when Connaught Place was under renovation...I can see the broke pavements and all..which is not present there anymore.....the beautification process has been done with...this has to be video before CWG 2010...

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I visited Connaught Place just 2 days back and the place is very much still under repair. Many outer circle buildings are still being renovated and the newly renovated buildings have become quite grimy already.
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I visited Connaught Place just 2 days back and the place is very much still under repair. Many outer circle buildings are still being renovated and the newly renovated buildings have become quite grimy already.
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NDMC had to rush into complete the Connaught place renovation due to CWG2010..however , NDMC has again started the work and beautification of CP....and the deadline for that is march 2012....

They will be doing it all over again.....not the structures but the paint work underground cabling and all.....

So , yes its again under renovation now...
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Una pregunta migöl, las cosas son baratas por allá?
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Una pregunta migöl, las cosas son baratas por allá?
depende, algunas cosas si... otras no... pero como somos turistas las cosas nos salen más caras!!...
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ahh y ahora que estoy en Mexico.... tengo amigos que han estado por india, y opinan lo mismo que yo... así que....
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depende, algunas cosas si... otras no... pero como somos turistas las cosas nos salen más caras!!...
Creo que la comida es bastante barata por allá. En un programa de Anthony Bourdain, dentro de un mercado de flores, una comida al paso costaba, al cambio, 1 centavo de dólar.

Otra cosa que he oído es que el sur de la India es un poco mejor que el norte, no sé que tan cierto sea.
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te felicito migol. es excelente encontrar threads con honestidad y no solo mostrar las pocas partes buenas de las ciudades. además el relato es bueno. además he visto threads tuyos de lima y veo que tampoco omitiste partes pobres (y a varios no les gustó). seria bueno saber si hiciste alguno de stgo. slds
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A mi me gustaron tus comentarios ya que como latino si algun dia llego a ir sabre que visitar y que no tu sabes que las agencias de viaje te venden maravillas pero por decir algo Panama me parecio un pueblo solo lo salva los rascacielos y Lima todo bien chevere pero me parece una ciudad creada para el automovil y no para los ciudadanos y asi hay miles de ejemplos....Favor si tienes mas fotos de La India se agradece...
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Hermoso el Taj Mahal

Esa estación de metro se ve muy pintorezca ademas de moderna
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