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Tweet Shares That CEOs Shouldn’t Brag About Their Profits When They Refuse Better Wages And Working Conditions, 50 People Chime In

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According to the Economic Policy Institute, CEO pay has skyrocketed 1,322% since 1978. That means that CEOs were paid 351 times as much as a typical worker in 2020. CEOs are getting more because of their power to set pay and because so much of their pay (more than 80%) is stock-related, not because they are increasing their productivity or possess specific, high-demand skills.

As a result, what we’re experiencing now is the vicious cycle of ever-growing inequality between ordinary workers and stratospheric earners, like Musk or Bezos. EPI states that “the economy would suffer no harm if CEOs were paid less (or were taxed more).”

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So when economics journalist Patrick W. Watson shared this illuminating tweet pointing out that deceitful and greedy CEOs can’t go on like this anymore, it generated a lot of responses. Many people chimed in to share their views on the subject matter, so scroll through the best ones below.

#1

My boss literally did this at the end of the year: «We projected 10 million in revenue and we cleared 12 million!» Immediately became «we appreciate all your hard work and everything you do, but we can’t afford to give you a raise that keeps up with inflation.»

#2

My work does it all the time

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«we in a good place with covid, thr company is making 50 million profit a month»

«sadly the legislation has changed amd now we have removed 70% of your paid sick days, didnt have to… Just make more money»

#3

My work told us that they had a record year in profits. So they were going to share a piece of the pie with all of us. And then they brought out actual pies. Actual f**king pies so that they could share a ‘piece of the pie’. If I wasn’t so poor I would’ve quit right then and there.

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#4

My coworker was furious when the news drop that our company has had the best profits ever and yet just a week prior to he was denied a raise because «we can’t afford to.»

#5

Reminds me of the end of 2021 when my director told me she couldn’t approve the maximum raise for a third of my staff, who met all performance criteria. She said it would get flagged by corporate. Turns out she was the final approver, corporate doesn’t question her performance ratings at all. Thank God I called her bluff and will be able to give out some nice raises this year.

#6

My favorite was telling the employees themselves how great our profits are, then performance reviews came around and suddenly they can’t afford raises.

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#7

My company just pulled our covid sick pay yesterday and we’ve posted record profits for 8 quarters in a row.

#8

I’m from Europe and the current company i work for started 4 years ago. They had the investment capital for a quick start and the revenue generated is as follows, roughly

nothing > 200k > 10 mil > 30 mil.

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Wages are the same as they were whey the company was operating at a loss in its opening year.

#9

The best part is when they brag about record profits so you look at the publicly available financial statement and see that 30% of those profits are because they cancelled raises and staff costs didnt rise as expected.

Yes they usually list how much they expect to increase staff pay. So they factored in raises already but then cancelled them and bragged to staff about taking that money away from them and making it as a profit that went to giving executives a 50% bonus on salary…

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#10

I got laid off from Starbucks corporate along with about 350 other people. Some tenured for 25 years.

A month later, they posted record quarterly profits and cited «operational efficiency» as the cause.

F**k Starbucks and f**k profits over people.

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#11

I think it was pretty hilarious when my husband’s company told him he couldn’t get a raise because they can’t afford to do raises right now while simultaneously telling their shareholders that they had a record year of profits have over 10 million in the bank and giving out a 2.5 million dollar shareholder payout.

Then after they had a mass quitting they decided to up the pay what they claim will be a 5% raise. But when you sit down and do the math it actually is less than 2%. So an extra $20 a week on average. But still puts them about $500 a week behind their closest competitors pay rate. But they don’t understand why everybody’s leaving.

#12

My boss would do this. I worked at a privately owned daycare. They had 3 locations. My boss would brag online about buying Gucci with her daughter, and she would buy new cars all the time, but then would say she can’t afford to give us raises or benefits because she is «already in debt from using my own money to pay your wages.» She would also call us stupid and say we don’t deserve to make $15 and hour. Heck she even hemmed and hawed about the government forcing her to give us paid sick leave, and tried to make it so we had to give 2 weeks advanced notice to use it, and that it was only for medical emergencies.

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#13

Sounds like the place I used to work. They announced record Q1 profits in 2020 due to COVID driving demand for their product through the roof. Then on the very same call they announced they were reducing 10% of their workforce because «other manufacturing companies are downsizing due to the pandemic and it would be a disservice to our shareholders if we didn’t do the same.»

They also announced on that same call that anyone who remained with the company would be giving the company 10-25% of their paychecks (based on pay grade) for the next year as a «loan» which would be paid back to them in 2021. They used that «loan» exclusively for stock buybacks.

#14

My previous CEO asked where I lived and when I told him he responded with why I didn’t live closer to work. I told him that he didn’t pay enough (one of the most affluent neighborhood in San Diego). Moron had the surprised Pikachu face but I knew he knew. F**k that guy.

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Also double reported my income to the IRS and the onus was on ME to prove otherwise. I provided the IRS with all my account documents as if I was providing a self-audit. The IRS never bothered him. F**k America. It’s built for the rich.

Name and shame: snapIoT (iot) aquired by Covance under LabCorp division. Still run by the s**tty and useless CEO

#15

My company made 6 billion or so during the last year. $100 bonus.

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#16

The best are the humble brags around the holidays or when a big milestone was hit.

The CEO sends a company-wide email saying, «Happy Holidays! Thanks for a great year everybody!»

… And it’s a picture of the inside of his giant house with a $10k espresso machine in the kitchen; his fat mitts holding up a glass with a spherical ice cube in it; and a bottle of 30-year old Scotch in the background.

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It usually comes over the weekend before Xmas when a bunch of people are actually still working to hit another imaginary deadline on December 23rd.

#17

Insurance company I used to work for (Unitedhealth Care) a few years ago announced no real raises (base 1% or something) for the 3rd year in a row. Couple weeks later it was announced that they had record breaking $4B quarterly PROFITS. They had to send out an email to the company saying it was not «real» money they could give out to employees.

#18

When I worked for Starbucks corporate, this happened every quarter.

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«We beat projections, but not by as much as we told wall street we’d beat projections, so everybody please buckle down and work harder. Here’s your 1.4% yearly raise».

Get f**ked, Howard.

#19

I worked for a small company that once cancelled the Christmas bonuses and raises because of the collapse in 2008. The company was still millions in profit. We only had about 40 employees. The last minute the owner decides he wants to take us out to Chinese for a Christmas dinner. The day of the dinner in a meeting with about 15 workers, he plays a slideshow of his recent vacation to Peru after the financials. He said, ”here’s where we took a plane tour”. All of us couldn’t believe how disconnected and his lack empathy. I left shortly after for a job making twice as much in a different field. He showed up at my job months later to see if I could get him a discount on his car repair at another store, my store owned…

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#20

Same here… biggest bank in Australia, several billion in profits, did really well during COVID, but said «we couldn’t pay out full bonuses this year, and had to have mass redundancies because of COVID» when in reality it was all about maximising their profits.

Companies pretend that bonuses have anything to do with ones own performance. Performance is a tiny part of it, most of it is how much they choose to actually allocated to the bonus pool. This then gets divided based on «performance», which really is «who did the boss like the most, or who does he need/value the most at the moment».

That’s why when companies say «our base salary is lower because our bonus structure is so good» I pass. I want my guaranteed income to be high, not potential income.

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#21

This reminded me of my recent company townhall that proudly claimed they recorded a record annual revenue and breakthrough to new markets in sales. Then the next week during my 1-1 with manager i asked for a raise due to company profiting and my performance. He said “you did well but it isnt well enough to warrant an increment”

Smh

#22

A few years back, my company sent out an email lauding the efforts that got us to a $94 BILLION profit that year.

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A week later, they changed our healthcare to be considerably more expensive. Raises were 2% for «exceeds expectations» ratings.

Their justification? «We have to draw down costs so we can remain competitive». That’s all the employees are to the CEOs: costs. They pay lip service to our work getting them their profits, then immediately turn around and say that we’re costing the company money.

#23

But how else are my company Executives supposed to afford a private jet? What, you want them to fly on an airplane with other people on?? /s

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#24

Boss: I met with the director and VP and it was a tough choice but we just can’t afford a raise for you this year.

Boss the next day: I just got a new, fully loaded MacBook Pro

Director the next day: I just got a new, gold Apple Watch

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VP the next day: I have to leave early today to go pick up my new Mercedes SUV

#25

My company went public last year and it was easily the best bargaining chip I had when they tried to say COVID had impacted us hugely and they couldn’t afford raises this year. I literally had our public financial statements in my hands to show them and ask them to explain where exactly they were losing money and how they couldn’t afford to give even cost of living increases, how they could tell shareholders that things were looking great, and yet be sitting across from me telling me the exact opposite.

Didn’t really matter since they couldn’t afford to lose me either way but it was great to not be blind to the company’s finances going in.

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#26

I still remember when I worked for an insurance company and they didn’t have enough phones to go around so some of us were told to use our own cell phones. The day before that they were boasting about how much they made the previous year and so I said out loud how come a man that just pocketed 25 million last year can’t afford to buy a few more phones for HIS business. I didn’t work there much longer.

#27

It works great as long as people accept it. And the majority of the people are hurr durr they deserve the money hurr durr we’re dirt under their feet hurr durr, or words/thoughts to that effect.

I’d love it if it didn’t work anymore. Clearly, it works. They’re not really feeling the pain yet – they still own the politicians. In America, they own all the state legislatures, who dance like performing seals for ALEC, and ALEC and lobbyists etc basically own Washington, too.

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So not sure why he’d say it doesn’t work. Clearly, it works. We’re still screwed. They’re still taking our money hand over fist.

#28

The first dealership I worked at the owner handed out $0.50 raises, same as every year. When I asked why it wasn’t more if I was doing such a great job, they said the company was right on money. Then the owner showed up in his new $150,000 corvette C5 that he had custom made to look like a C1 vette. Thing was ugly as hell too.

#29

This just says I can pay you more but choose not to so that people with too much money can make more.

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#30

yup, my company is showing record profits, and even paid everyone’s bonus funded at 111% of value.

This same company just had a major RIF, and let go nearly 25% of our workforce; citing Consultation Suggestions to make us better suited for the current market and more «lean»

#31

The corporate ecology over there changed some 10-15 years ago. I remember when SB could give a fack about competing with McDonald’s and wanted to be its own thing. «Legendary Service» and all that. Probably one of the best companies to work for back in those days. It all changed when they decided they wanted to compete for the breakfast market. It was no longer about making a product accurately and providing an experience. It became about making a product quickly and continuously. A shame, really.

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My wife quit them 4 years ago after they teased a management position to her for 3 years and it was the best thing she ever did. She wanted to be a manager so she could do right by her team by having her own store and setting proper expectations (such as having a schedule in advance, not a day before it starts, maintaining people’s schedules or needs, being engaged on the floor, not hiding in the back, that sort of thing). They were probably one of the most toxic environments and its all because of the complete disconnect between Regional/District management and its work staff is seen as boxes to check when opening a store.

#32

This is exactly what they told us, they wanted feedback on the number one complaint customers had, and the answer was the extra fees that appeared out of nowhere, the managements reply was that it couldn’t be that since they are making record profits. Fast forward a few months,staff is burned out and they are trying to get us to “cheer” up by bringing up the holidays, one of my coworkers mentioned raises, and that was shut down immediately, they basically said no, we can’t afford them, total f**king bulls**t, if I didn’t need the health insurance right now, I would’ve walked a long time ago, and you better believe I’ve been looking for something else, for an employee shortage, no one wants to pay a living wage, greedy bastards.

#33

I used to work for Honeywell aerospace. They might still do this but they used to furlough us for a week because «the economy» and then a month or so later announce the acquisition of some other company. Every year like clockwork.

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#34

My work doesn’t even have the decency to brag to just the shareholders. They brag to us and still pay us the bare minimum

#35

I had an old job that every year would boast records profits and its status as an “industry leader”, yet somehow they couldn’t find a few bucks to spare for providing free coffee for employees or increasing wages. Fortunately enough people left (including me), and I’ve heard from old friends who still work there that management is now providing free coffee and has increased wages and started providing annual cash bonuses. It’s heartwarming to hear this, but it really sucks that the only way to make this happen is to force a company’s hand via mass exodus.

#36

The other trick my old company used to pull:
«Our sales are down 10% this quarter, we need to step it up!»

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(Me, being an outside sales representative, with a laptop full of data, finds out our sales are almost double last year, so I ask him privately about that discrepancy)

«I meant we were down from our PROJECTED sales.»
So, we aren’t «down» at all. We just aren’t «up» as much as you’d hoped… got it.

#37

The last 40+ years would say yes you can. I blame Reagan

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#38

My company boasted a record year in 2020 according to our company newsletter. Our thanks was a root beer float party and our Christmas bonus being cut in half.

#39

A few years back Walgreens announced $10 billion in stock buybacks. After not giving any sort of bonuses to cashiers, photo employees, pharmacy techs and the like for like the 7th year in a row, and after watering down the yearly performance reviews so as to make it nearly impossible to get any kind of a raise.

And even after the stock buybacks, the share price went down.

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#40

My company literally cut my salary while I was out with COVID.

#41

Love how my company mandated the booster shot (which I was going to eventually get anyways) but instructed everyone to use personal sick time when dealing with the the shots temporary side effects. At the very least they should have added PTO to everyone for making it a requirement.

#42

We got that for Xmas. Just b4 December they held a plant wide meeting, telling us about numerous quality awards from customers, orders were out the roof for the next 5 years and profits were to the moon. Xmas bonus? Well, since we can’t do an Xmas dinner proper, here’s a $25 gift card, go have dinner on us.

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#43

One of my clients made a big deal in their last BoD meeting at having over a billion in cash reserves, but they are hemorrhaging employees left and right. They have lost like a quarter of their IT staff and they had half the employees at one of their warehouses leave to work at Amazon of all places.

#44

The company I work for has been insanely profitable since the beginning of covid. The success has been so great that they’re about to ink a multi billion dollar acquisition deal. Meanwhile, they cut my hours and pay by 30% while dumping more responsibility on me. I’m already severally underpaid compared to the Atlanta market, but it’s just insane at this point.

#45

Love to get memos about quarterly profits and acquisitions and stock but watch my wage stagnate when I don’t even scratch $40,000.

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#46

«Oh but we need to stay competitive with China!»

…you mean the China whose manufactured products are sitting on boats anchored off Los Angeles?

#47

Literally my company. Blew away all their targets last year and are on track for a great year in 2022. Some people got 0% raises after deferring raises from 2020 due to covid, and they took away Christmas bonuses for senior staff. Then they forced everyone back into the office and a bunch of people got covid.

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#48

Happened to me as well

In 2020 my firm paused promotions and gave us a reduced bonus pool due to the pandemic

Which is ironic because we are a consulting firm and we pulled in RECORD PROFIT that year as other companies were hiring us left and right to help them manage the crisis

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#49

So glad I work where I do.
Our Board just approved a budget that’s somewhere over $100,000 in the negative numbers. They also approved a 6% raise for the whole staff. Biggest in 15 years.

#50

It worked before social media really took off when to find out what investors were being told you mostly had to be an investor.

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Gato rechaza los intentos de su dueño de abrazarlo y se ha vuelto viral en Internet

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Cuando se trata de llamar la atención, los gatos no son mendigos, sino selectivos. A los humanos les resulta difícil resistirse a estas pequeñas bolas de pelusa de mamíferos, y no hay sorpresa allí. Su rostro lindo pero estoico, su hermoso pelaje y sus poses elegantes, todos ellos hacen que parezca que los gatos solo ruegan que los toquen. Pero no cometas este error, amigos. Los gatos, al ser el centro constante de atención, rara vez carecen de afecto, y depende de ellos decidir cuándo lo quieren.

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Muji, este gato japonés de cuatro años, ilustra perfectamente el punto. Aunque es tan lindo y encantador como cualquier otro gato, Muji se toma en serio su tiempo a solas y lo muestra de manera muy expresa. Recientemente, un momento en el que Muji rechazó los abrazos de su dueño se volvió viral en Internet y muchos, especialmente los dueños de gatos, lo encontraron divertido y familiar. Entonces, veamos de qué se trataba todo este alboroto.

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Aquí está Muji, el gato tsundere de cuatro años de Japón

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Para todos ustedes, baka gaijins, «tsundere» significa «un interés amoroso común que suele ser severo, frío y, a veces, hostil con la persona que les gusta y con los demás». De vez en cuando dejarán escapar sus sentimientos cálidos y amorosos escondidos en su interior. Ocultan sus sentimientos debido a que son tímidos, nerviosos, inseguros o simplemente no pueden evitar actuar mal frente a la persona que les gusta.

El término japonés ‘tsundere’ se refiere a un personaje aparentemente violento que ‘tiene calor y frío’, alternando entre dos estados de ánimo distintos: ‘tsuntsun’ que significa ‘distante o irritable’, y ‘deredere’ que significa ‘acaramelado’”.

Recientemente, un momento de Muji y su dueño se volvió viral en Internet.

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Allí estaba, simplemente descansando en el mostrador, cuando el dueño se acercó para abrazarlo.

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Muji estaba muy reacio

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“Ok, esto se está haciendo viejo”

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“Aay estoy fuera”

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Tenga en cuenta la mirada de derrota del propietario.

«Hemos terminado aquí, por favor déjame ir»

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¿Pero tal vez Muji simplemente no tenía ganas esa vez? Intentémoslo de nuevo

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“Pensé que te lo había dicho, hermano”

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«¿Quieres que te abofetee?»

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Muji tiene un hermano gato pelirrojo llamado Makji

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Y como puedes suponer, Makji también pone nervioso a Muji.

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“Siento su presencia”

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“Deja de interrumpir mi zen”

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Solo una idea aleatoria, pero estos dos gatos seguramente serían un buen dúo en algún tipo de anime. Imagina un tonto gato pelirrojo ‘deredere’ con un arrogante gato blanco ‘tsuntsun’: las aventuras que tendrían, las interacciones, el diálogo… Sería épico. De todos modos. Uno solo podría desearlo. Esperemos que este divertido momento entre ellos pueda generar una idea para alguien que sea capaz de ejecutarla.

A pesar de estas impresiones, Muji quiere calidez y afecto como cualquier otro gato.

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Pero a diferencia de otros gatos, a Muji le gustan los abrazos solicitados y prefiere pedirlos.

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Quizás te preguntes por qué los japoneses aman tanto a los gatos. Bueno, antes que nada, amar a los gatos es un fenómeno universal, no limitado por países o culturas. Pero en términos de cultura japonesa, los gatos siempre han sido venerados por sus poderes protectores. También simbolizan la buena fortuna. Algunas fuentes afirman que los japoneses modernos aman a los gatos porque son kawaii, limpios y fáciles de mantener.

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Simplemente no interrumpas a Muji cuando está meditando.

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11 mejores lugares para visitar en Jaipur

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Jaipur, conocida popularmente como la ciudad rosa, es la ciudad más grande de Rajasthan, que es extremadamente hermosa y conocida por sus varios lugares para visitar. Y estoy seguro de que no te arrepentirás de visitar Jaipur, de hecho nunca podrás olvidar esos momentos en este lugar, y esta es realmente la belleza de este lugar. Entonces, estos son algunos de los lugares que debe visitar si tiene un plan para visitar Jaipur:

1. hawa mahal

Hawa mahal es en realidad un «lugar de vientos» y debería ser un nombre real para él, ya que fue construido por Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh en 1799 para facilitar que las damas de la casa real disfruten de las procesiones sin ser observadas por las multitudes.

En realidad, hay muchos más hechos relacionados con este lugar, que este lugar fue hecho en realidad con la forma de la corona del Señor Krishna, ¿no es esto un hecho hermoso al respecto? Además, se dice que no hay puerta de entrada frontal en Hawa Mahal si tienes que entrar, hay una parte trasera que puedes usar para ver este hermoso lugar. Planifique un viaje a la ciudad y disfrute de una estadía de lujo en Jai Mahal Palace Jaipur para vivir una vida de tamaño king.

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2. Jantar Mantar

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Jantar Mantar, uno de los monumentos más antiguos de la India que ahora es patrimonio de la humanidad por la UNESCO, es genial. Y sí, te lo diremos, contiene dieciséis dispositivos geométricos que en realidad fueron diseñados para medir el tiempo y rastrear cuerpos celestes. Esto realmente nos pone la piel de gallina de que un monumento pueda contener este dispositivo tan diseñado que en realidad es muy elegante.

Un hecho más sorprendente sobre este lugar es que en realidad tiene la colección de diecinueve astrónomos construida con piedras y mármoles locales. Esto se puede decir como una atracción adecuada para los turistas.

3. Fuerte Nahargarh

El fuerte de Nahargarh, que es una representación adecuada de esos havelis de la era antigua que solían ser horribles pero escalofriantes, no hay historias conocidas para esto. De hecho, hay algunas casas fuertes dentro de las murallas que solían ser una especie de destino de verano para las familias reales donde solían relajarse y pasar un rato juntos.

4. Templo Birla

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Templo de Birla o templo de Lakshmi Narayan, que se puede decir como uno de los hermosos templos de Jaipur. En la parte superior de este templo hay tres cúpulas que representan tres religiones. Además, debes observar este templo, especialmente de noche, cuando está iluminado, ya que se ve muy tranquilo. Además de todo lo demás, esta premisa también tiene un museo donde se guardan las pertenencias anteriores de la familia Birla, ¡suena bien, verdad!

5. Jal Mahal

Jal mahal, que es una de las vistas más maravillosas de Jaipur. A la gente le encanta visitar aquí, especialmente por su arquitectura y sus increíbles vistas. Este lugar también se usa para fiestas de caza de patos reales que deben ser hermosas, no es de extrañar. Jal mahal está hecho de piedra roja, y lo más hermoso de este lugar es que cuatro pisos de este lugar están bajo el agua y solo uno es visible. Es un lugar de visita obligada.

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6. Palacio de la ciudad

El maharajá Sawai Jai Singh gobernó desde el Palacio de la ciudad, que es el palacio principal de la ciudad. El complejo del palacio contiene Chandra Mahan y Mubarak Mahal, así como varias estructuras más pequeñas. Está situado en las afueras del noreste de Jaipur. Una colección de patios, edificios y jardines conforman el palacio. Un museo alberga una colección de artículos artesanales únicos y otros artículos relacionados con el legado real del Palacio de la Ciudad.

7. Fuerte Amer

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El Fuerte Amer, encaramado en una colina cerca de Jaipur, es uno de los palacios más espectaculares de la India. Esta magnífica estructura, también conocida como el Fuerte Amber, es parte de un complejo más grande. En 2-3 horas, puede recorrer el gran fuerte. Hay guías de audio disponibles que describen la historia. Un paseo en elefante por las escaleras del Fuerte Amber también es una famosa atracción turística. Cada noche, hay un espectáculo de luz y sonido.

8. Choki Dhani

Chokhi Dhani es un resort histórico premium en Rajasthan conocido por su cultura rural. Se encuentra en Tonk Road, en las afueras de la ciudad. Con antigüedades históricas, artesanías, pinturas, folklore y esculturas, ofrece una representación genuina del Rajasthan tradicional. Hay un montón de actividades culturales que uno puede disfrutar aquí. Es un gran lugar para pasar tiempo con su familia. No solo esto, sino que sus hijos pueden divertirse con los espectáculos de magia. En el lugar se puede ver una gran cantidad de recién casados ​​disfrutando de los bailes folclóricos.

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9. Fuerte de Jaigarh

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El Fuerte Jaigarh es un magnífico edificio construido sobre las colinas ‘Cheel ka teela’, creado por Vidhyadhar, un arquitecto experto. El fuerte lleva el nombre de Sawai Jai Singh II, el monarca que ordenó su construcción, y simboliza la rica historia de la ciudad. Tiene corredores subterráneos que lo unen con el Fuerte Amer. El fuerte ahora contiene el cañón sobre ruedas más grande del mundo, el ‘Jaivana’, y ofrece una perspectiva espectacular de Jaipur.

10. Masala chowk

Este patio de comidas al aire libre, ubicado en Ram Niwas Garden, ofrece 21 sabores diferentes de la Ciudad Rosa bajo un mismo techo (o cielo). Masala Chowk reúne la mejor cocina callejera que Jaipur tiene para ofrecer en un solo lugar. Dada su cercanía al famoso Museo Albert Hall de la región, la ubicación originalmente tenía la intención de atraer turistas. Masala Chowk, por otro lado, se ha convertido en el bullicio de la ciudad entre los habitantes.

11. Pozo escalonado de Abhaneri

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El pozo escalonado de Abhaneri, a unos 20 kilómetros de Jaipur, es uno de los pozos escalonados más grandes de Rajasthan y las piezas de construcción más sofisticadas. La geometría del pozo escalonado, también conocido como Chand Baori, es fascinante. El Step Well es un pozo profundo con 3.500 escalones que descienden más de 20 metros hasta el fondo con 13 pisos en medio.

Conclusión

Estos son los mejores lugares para visitar en Jaipur. Si está planeando una visita a la ciudad, puede disfrutar de una estadía de lujo en Jai Mahal Palace Jaipur y tener una experiencia cómoda.

Lea también: Haga que su viaje sea más aventurero haciendo 7 cosas inusuales y mejores en la hermosa ciudad rosa ‘Jaipur’

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La familia de Gabby Petito dice que ‘no hay duda’ de que Brian Laundrie la asesinó

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Tres meses después de que Gabby Petito, de 22 años, desapareciera en lo que se suponía que sería un idílico viaje por carretera a campo traviesa con su entonces prometido Brian Laundrie, desapareció. Como ahora sabemos, la pareja se separó durante el verano y tuvieron un altercado físico que la policía disolvió el 12 de agosto de 2021. Gabby Petito sería asesinada por estrangulamiento unas semanas después en el Bosque Nacional Bridger-Teton en Wyoming. Brian Laundrie usó sus tarjetas de débito y condujo su camioneta de regreso a la casa de sus padres en Florida. Ni Brian ni sus padres respondieron a las llamadas y mensajes desesperados de la familia de Gabby preguntándose dónde estaba. Después de meses de búsqueda, el cuerpo de Brian Laundrie fue encontrado en el Parque Ambiental Myakkahatchee Creek en Sarasota, FL el 20 de octubre de 2021. Murió por un herida de bala autoinfligida.

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Ahora, la familia de Gabby ha publicado un comunicado que cierra cualquier misterio restante en torno a la desaparición y muerte de Gabby:

“Realmente apreciamos los esfuerzos diligentes y minuciosos del FBI en este caso extremadamente complicado. La calidad y cantidad de los hechos y la información recopilada por el FBI no dejan lugar a dudas. [that] Brian Laundrie asesinó a Gabby.

El FBI también ha anunciado que no presentará cargos contra la familia Laundrie y se espera que anuncie pronto que están cerrando el caso.

El legado de Gabby incluye una comunidad de personas dedicadas a la conciencia continua sobre las personas desaparecidas y en peligro de extinción. Aquí hay algunos casos abiertos de personas desaparecidas que podrían usar su ojo. Alguien sabe algo:

Hay una recompensa de $10,000 por información sobre Mary Johnson, quien desapareció de la reserva de Tulalip en Washington.

Paola M. Miranda Rosa ha estado desaparecida de Orlando, Florida desde el 17 de diciembre de 2021.

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Jessica Jo Marshik está desaparecida del vecindario Marcy-Holmes de Minneapolis, MN.


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