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Lancaster graduate Yasmin Jaunbocus is interning at The Times of India and New Indian Express in Bangalore, in the south of the country. Here she shares her adventures with TNS... About three hours down the road out of Banglore lays the city of Mysore. The cover of dawn still lingers on the city as we drive out and Muslim men on their way back from morning prayers dot the usually packed roads. The sound of horns punctuating every breath and every step during the day seems a distant dream as we chug down the first stretch of Mysore Road to visit the famous palace of Southern India. The beeps don’t stop for very long though and it is no time at all that the beep, beep chorus starts to chime as India stretches it arms over the hills and wakes up.
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