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Heute gibt es einen Bericht in englisch, da ich den für die Schule und den Professor, der den Schulbesuch möglich gemacht hat, eh schreiben musste (wird vielleicht in der Zeitschrift für Schulpsychologie veröffentlicht ;)).
My name is Julika Schultheiss. After
working in my home country, Germany, as a school psychologist for
four years, I decided to travel to India to have a view on the school
system here. The opportunity to visit Kendriya Vidyalaya in
... concluded and outside a fire was lit and in the custom of Tibet following this chant some special power was given to each participant to throw up into the air and into the fire, casting the power away, and as doing so making a wish for the future. So they stood in a circle and wished for good things, Scotty’s included all of his loved ones and wishes of happiness of course. Before brushing the remaining powder from your hands the custom declares that you turn to the ...
... in terms of alternative therapy and healing. The ecological advancements are pretty damn interesting here too, and so many of these can be translated back home, for example, solar power which is the main source of power for Auroville. There are fields of solar panels providing for the schools, guesthouses and administration buildings as well as homes and places to socialise. We’ve been eating tasty fresh food in a place called the Solar Kitchen in the evenings, which is a ...
... s available this season it seems that we only got butter fruit, mukkani and fig juices left to sample ...tasted the supposed Tamil culinary delight - the pongal - and were not impressed ...we gave the seemingly messy, noisy and chaotic Chennai a wide berth and straight after landing dashed for the former French colony of Pondicherry three hours away - by taxi ...we were delighted to find so many traces of French presence in the area, from street names to French ...
... be next to the maze (which they mistakenly term 'labyrinth' on their map).
So by the time we arrived, they had cleared away the wild green growths, and the brush burned up. A dirt road running through the area they plan to easily move to make the area large enough.
We all went to it and measured the area. We all decided on the Cretan Labyrinth, the most ancient of all, from prehistoric Crete, and ...