It sits at the top of a hill, with a marvelous view of the surrounding area.
And is surrounded itself by some nice gardens.
One being the decision to partition India. The table on which all parties agreed to this is still inside the Lodge. The guide pointed it out to us, telling us how important it was and that all confusion about whether this was the table had been cleared up.
This was it: the table.
I wondered how they came to this conclusion. Were there imprints of important signatures in the wood?
I also wondered: if this was such an important table, why had no one dusted it?
|The ambassador looks like it belongs here|