761204 - Morning Walk - Hyderabad
(someone chanting verses in Sanskrit)
Prabhupāda: (Hindi) (break)
Haṁsadūta: . . . to Bombay.
Haṁsadūta: The roadway is always difficult. It's better if you travel by air. (break)
Prabhupāda: They are dangerous road.
Vāsughoṣa: The roads are not very good.
Haṁsadūta: Tribhuvanātha is in Gujarat, is that right?
Vāsughoṣa: Gujarat, right.
Haṁsadūta: He's collecting to get the bus fixed. (break) Another one, a small one. (break) The day Your Divine Grace . . . (break) . . . so much danger with these machines. Not a . . . (break) Motorcycle . . . (break) (indistinct fragments)
Vāsughoṣa: It's very old. (break) Many Arabs are here in Hyderabad.
Indian man: They come here to get married. They marry local Muslims and go.
Vāsughoṣa: They have so much money, but they only have a desert, so they have to come to India to try and enjoy. There's nothing to enjoy in Arabia, simply sand.
Prabhupāda: Arabians come here, I know.
Vāsughoṣa: In Bombay also, all the big hotels are filled with Arabians.
Devotee (1): This Taj and Oberoi, so many are there.
Prabhupāda: India has good income from Arabian tourist.
Vāsughoṣa: Yes. And they come back again and again to India.
Vāsughoṣa: Even in Bahrain I met the brother of the ruler, and he said that he liked India the best of any place he had been. He had been all over the world.
Prabhupāda: That's a fact.
Vāsughoṣa: He said India was the best place. So I told him to stay in our hotel in Juhu next time he came. (break) (end).