And we wandered and started to learn how human beings behave and we acted as closely as them. We learned how to talk in pleasant manner and we learned courtesy as well. Nobody taught us and we turned out to be the greatest autodidact in the world. Look, it’s somehow funny to get stories of daily life and we just saw people met one another, how we saw the interactiion and it’s great to create a book which could becoe historical guidance later in the future. I wonder if you want to be librarian.
Then we focused on how to make our dream comes true, to meet the girls, our wives to-be. But, in fact it’s crazily difficult to get one. There’s nothing in the world as we expected, we just got lost in this American presidential campaign but we hated to talk about it, there’s no such thing to call funny story here, we just met problems and problems, and then we started a journey to India. We would like to meet pretty actors there and ask why Indians like singing and dancing. But there’s no answer. This stereotype was not we’re looking for.
Then how come, that idea appeared? We would like to go to a temple which has no iron elements in its structure, and no cement. The concrete was used only in the foundation. The rest was made of stone. Marble and granite for the construction was delivered from all over the world. It was processed using special technology, and then joint together. All pillars of the temple are stacked, and all stone elements are turned 90 degrees after being connected. It was done to provide seismic resistance in case of earthquakes, which sometimes happen in India. Imagine the level of precision required for stone processing to assemble this big "puzzle". Wow, we already became engineers here!
But we hadn’t started our journey yet, we thought about some other place, Taj Mahal? Is it funny if we don’t have money but have only dream? Wondering if only the story started here and we met here.
The Taj Mahal was built by a whopping 22,000 laborers, painters, stonecutters, embroidery artists. 2. Legend has it that Emperor Shah Jahan intended to build another Taj Mahal in black marble across the river but a war with his sons interrupted these plans. 3. The changing moods of the Emperors wife are well captured by the changing hues of the Mausoleum at different times of the day. It takes a pinkish hue in the morning, milky white in the evening and golden at night when illuminated by moonlight.
If you were a conglomerate, would you buy Taj Mahal? Maybe for your kid to play around? This going to be great.
But, wait, don’t you think all this is weird. Taj Mahal and the rest? It’s about a funny story of how we met, remember? But that point is missing. When? Where? On what occassion?
Forget it, we already made a unique post!