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My professional life was becoming overwhelming and I needed a break from my mundane daily schedule so I booked my train tickets to Mumbai.
Since it was a spontaneous plan, I booked my train tickets 3 days prior to the date of departure. The only non-tatkal ticket I could get was of Gareeb Rath Chair Car. Now imagine sitting for 16 hours non-stop on your seat. It is kind of deadly.
Since my best friend was willing to sacrifice his comfort by accompanying me in this stressful journey, the journey became a plesant one.
Sayaji Baug is a garden located in Vadodara, Gujarat, India. Sayaji Baug was dedicated to the citizens of Vadodara by Maharaja Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III in 1879. Sayajirao III built Sayaji Baug, well known as Kamati Baug, on the river Vishwamitri. Sayaji Baug is the largest garden in Western India, stretching over 113 acres (0.46 km2). It has a rich flora of more than 98 species of trees. The garden is home to the Baroda Museum & Picture Gallery, the Sardar Patel Planetarium, and the Sayaji Baug Zoo.