Cherubin Hotel

Address: Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Mussoorie, is near Corbett National Park, Kempty Falls, Corbett Falls, and Khirsu Village.
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      Travel Blogs from Mussoorie

      Om Tapasvine Namaha - Day 1

      A travel blog entry by swatmananda on May 24, 2014

      8 photos

      ... while.

      · Gurudev used to say that pure mind is Brahman itself. The Upanishads say that a mind not bound to sense objects is a pure mind. We have to make an effort to be free of attachment to objects and cultivate purity of mind;in his case such a question did not arise because he was purity itself!

      · His intellect was constantly engaged in contemplation upon Brahman. Once Gurudev saw a sädhu standing in the Ganges the whole day, facing ...

      Just when things get good, it's time to go home.

      A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Apr 16, 2013

      3 comments, 26 photos

      ... br> By the time I got home, my feet were boiling from the long walk. I went in for a rest – and to check in on Gregory. He was in his room resting and eating chicken soup with rice – the same recipe that I used for my recovery when I had diarrhea a week or so ago. Gregory recovered from his diarrhea much more quickly than I did because he used his patented method of fasting for 24 hours after the onset of the diarrhea before gradually increasing ...

      One last move . . .

      A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Apr 01, 2013

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... the time I leave town, I will be an authority on the accommodation situation here. (In addition to the four hotels that I will have stayed in, I have looked at another dozen or so. It’s kind of a hobby of mine. Perhaps I should be a travel guidebook writer.)

      And finally, in the evening, I ran into my recently-met friends, the lovely Aussie couple Yasmin and Cameron. They were on their way to dinner, so I joined them – even though my stomach is ...

      Getting re-settled

      A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Mar 24, 2013

      6 comments, 9 photos

      ... people is considered polite in India. Ha.

      Seriously though: There are some customs that are simply different from one country to another. Then there are customs that might be considered universally rude.

      For example, in Thailand, adults give up their seats to children on public transportation, whereas in the west, children would be expected to give up their seats to their elders. In this case, there is no objective right or wrong – ...

      A travel blog entry by sean_emily on Dec 14, 2012

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... typically with the sound of bells and the blowing of a conch-shell. A lantern and incense are lit, and prayers are mumbled by participants. The lantern is circled around the deity statue, and offerings usually of fresh un-smelt flowers are given. The lantern is now blessed and has the power to take believers darkness away, replacing it with light by wafting the flame in the palm of the hand motioning toward the face. Hindus living at Phool ...