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... option to work in an elementary or high school institution as a volunteer teacher, in a hospital or clinic as a medical intern, or in care centers as a care provider for infants and small children. You could also participate in orphanage,
community development, women empowerment and other projects.
2. South India
Also known as Hindu Heartland, South India is a peninsula that covers about 20 percent of ...
... with people everywhere to help, quite a novelty. The security area was very organised again with friendly people. Guess which numpty forgot to put her liquids in a bag ? And the numpty in front of me had to have her entire bag emptied for the world to see, all for a nail varnish she forgot to bag. Can't complain tho, they are only doing their job. I didn't have any fuel in my deodorant bottle after all but can ...
... on his wrist as a sort of handcuff. It was a reminder to him that he is bound to serve. It was really neat! While at the temple a few of us jumped in during the tour of the soup kitchen to help make Indian bread which was really cool because I don't actually think we were supposed to, haha. I have a few pictures from that experience.
Here's a link if you care to learn about Sikhism: http://www.sikhs.org/topics.htm
Defy social norms,
... Amir, I zipped off to the Taj lunch buffet before coming back and shooting off several summer internship applications. Saturday night we spent celebrating my friend Victoria’s 21st birthday with some of the local Delhi Alumni.
Sunday progressed as a day of work, where I re-visited the Sufi temple I had been to earlier in the week, in order to further complete my ethnography project. After hanging around the Sufi shrine and talking ...
... went straight in! We took our time soaking it all in before heading to our next destination, Raj Ghat. Raj Ghat is the memorial to Gandhi and also the funeral pyre and place he was cremated after being assassinated in Delhi. It was very peaceful there and not too busy, so we sat and reflected for a while until a family wanted a photo with Izzy. This usually opens the floodgates to more requests so we left shortly after. We'd wanted to go to the Gandhi museum to learn a bit ...
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