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... future and new religions are to be banished in Auroville. Only those who are serious about the principles of Auroville and have ‘proved themselves sincere’ are invited into the Matrimandir, which seems to have a huge crystal in the centre surrounded by a lot of white shag pile carpet. The rest of us just get to gaze from afar.
We walk along the path up to the Matrimandir through carefully sculpted flower gardens which feature the twelve blooms ...
... depend on him.
I was lucky to also interact with the
indian students. I was surprised and happy that they showed so much
interest in my country. They asked many questions, like what are the
holidays in Germany, if there are any traditional dresses and how is
the food culture. And they even could speak some German! I think
problems of students here are quite similar to problems of german
students. They also experience bullying, exam fear and pressure ...
... emotions that you get from being inside this awesome space!
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Feeling spaced out, elated and exhausted we headed off for some lunch, and a much needed debrief with each other now that the silence was broken we were both dead keen to hear and understand what the other had seen and felt. So, after ...
... in Tamil cooking. We cooked a total of 6 dishes, our favourites being the Dosas and the tomato chutney. After 10 days in Auroville, we've come that little bit closer to finding ourselves and been fattened up by the Graham fam. A very enjoyable mini-holiday filled with games, wine drinking and some serious laughter. This all got a bit too much for Ella on the last night and she spent the next day being sick in gutters: classy bird! ...
... and a dozen other budding business and management masterminds.
Being left on my own, on the first day I decided to wander around the French quarter to get a feel for the place. I walked around the main park, past the must-see temple and into the local ashram but after seeing the sights of Udaipur etc it's hard to get excited about Pondicherry's offerings.
While I was walking along the promenade, I was asked for directions. Having only just arrived I was a bit ...