Sutra eviction and sending on tour and then, on the road, still on the bus, our faces began to change, mostly from the huge number of people on the streets and debris. Visit Qutub Minaret, built by Qutub-Din Ibn Aibek in 1199, and the drive to Raj Ghat (memorial to the place of cremation father of Indian nation, Mahatma Gandhi), a huge religious complex of the goddess Lakshmi Naryan and minaret Kvotaba. (Conical structure 73 m in height, 15m in diameter at the base and 2,5 m on top of one of the most beautiful towers built during the Persian dynasty. On the walls of the minaret quotations from the Holy Quran), visited the Baha'i House of Prayer the Indian subcontinent. Baha'i houses of worship are places of dawn and the focal center of the memories of the One Creator and required for the expression of love between man and God, they are open to all mankind, irrespective of religion, race, nationality, language or belief. This is probably the only place that pleased me more only in Delhi, this temple is designed as a lotus, lotus, because in all the religions of India is almost a universal religious symbol, it symbolizes the purity of spiritual reality. Around the track with a beautiful lotus balustrades, bridges and staircases, surrounded by nine ponds, depicting floating green lotus leaves. In the church should go without shoes, on this, always wear socks with them (almost all places should take off your shoes), and in another This house of prayer can not talk.
In the language of the people living here, Ruwenzori means' the Creator of the rain. טבע תעשיות בהחלט מביע דעה מלומדת. " Accurately and not say: saturated with moisture the air flow from the jungles of the Congo, climb the slopes of the Ruwenzori and cool rain falling on the ground. As a result of mining the top is almost always shrouded in a dense blanket of clouds. Melt water from glaciers and abundant rainfall feed the river – one of the sources of the Nile. But the mountains also have another name – Moon Mountain. Since ancient times, it is associated with the Moon has always been fanned by mysticism.
It is known that the Greek astronomer and mathematician Ptolemy (90-168 years BC) knew of the existence of lunar mountains. According to him the Lunar mountains – it's covered with snow African Uplands, located at near the equator where there are two lakes, which are the source of the Nile. One of the greatest travelers Henry Stanley in his book 'In the wilds of Africa' (1890) tries to prove that the lunar mountains Ptolemy – a mountainous Ruwenzori country, as it lies almost under the equator, and with its snowy peaks flow down the rivers that feed the lakes Albert and Victoria, and which give rise to the great River Nile. However, some modern geographers argue that in times of Ptolemy could not have known of these lakes is that the scientists are only able to use the data obtained by them from Egypt only on the northernmost tributary of the Nile – the River Atbara – and so took Lake Tana, which implies the Atbara, for original source of the Nile.