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India : Haryāna

4.9 km (3.0 miles) NE of Jamālpur, Haryāna, India
Approx. altitude: 215 m (705 ft)
([?] maps: Google MapQuest Multimap world confnav)
Antipode: 29°S 104°W

Accuracy: 7 m (22 ft)
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#2: looking north #3: looking south #4: looking west #5: gps reading #6: villagers in the fields #7: Pankaj with villagers

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  29°N 76°E (visit #2)  

#1: looking east

(visited by Chander Devgun, Amitabh Pandey, Sachin Bahmba, pankaj bahmba, pankaj sharma, surendra solanki, Kamal and kanu aggarwal)

20-Aug-2004 -- We started once again our journey to find the another confluence point 29 76 early in the morning about 6.30 am .We took the Rohtak Road to Bahadurgarh, a small town around 40 kms away from Delhi, had breakfast there and drove onto Rohtak Bypass. Reached Rohtak Bypass round about 10.40 AM. From there we took the road to Hissar , while crossing Maham, about 8 Kilometer on the High way we got a flat tyre. Took us some time to change it. We reached Hansi round about 12 o clock and we take left turn as our GPS pointing towards left direction. From Hansi a road going towards Bhiwani we follow that root and after moving 10 Km we find that our GPS pointing towards right direction, we took right turn we reached a small village Jeetakheri from here the point is about 2 km. So we got down and moving towards the confluence point 29 76 . Two of villagers named Karambir and Ramesh Kumar joined us in search to see the confluence point. Ultimately we follow the GPS and finally we reach the confluence point about 1.30 PM. This CP falls in a farm which is in Village Paposa. Small village of population 3361 Approx. Talked to villagers there and had some tea. Then we left fro Delhi and reached at round 10 in the night.


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#1: looking east
#2: looking north
#3: looking south
#4: looking west
#5: gps reading
#6: villagers in the fields
#7: Pankaj with villagers
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