Club Mahindra Puducherry
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... places we frequent were closed, and even the shops were closed, in fact everything was closed, and the place was unusually quiet. Great we thought, so what are we going to eat? Peanut butter, crisps and hide and seek biscuits for dinner we guess! We assumed that there was a local festival/bank holiday taking place that we were just not informed of this close of shops and restaurants, ah well, so we cozied down for a snack dinner and watched a movie, no real harm ...
... dark deep domes chamber to bounce off a pure crystalline heart, in significance of the new ideas of man, and the hope of a new consciousness of humanity. Let’s see what it holds for us, as we have guest passes for a 20 minutes contemplation session on Sunday, hoorah! True to form, we had to jump through several hoops to get one of these passes, first watching a video, dealing with less than friendly ‘information’ staff, more form filling, queuing and moving from ...
... ideas of a Indian guru and 'The Mother'. We follow the landscaped gardens to a huge golden golf-ball centre, the Matrimandir, Mother's Shrine, which, we are told but not shown, houses a large crystal shining sunbeams around a plain white room meant for quiet concentration. We see little of the site's 2,000 inhabitants and are given no details of their daily routines or funding. It smacks of a cult but serves great veggie dishes.
... ship (it genuinely looks like a gold golf ball spaceship) and the mother died in 1972 followed by the chief architect more recently in 2008. Whilst it's a nice concept I'm not sure how a society with no leader progresses... The geographical centre of Auroville is marked by an epic banyan tree - banyans are unique as their roots grow out and down appearing as a whole group of tree trunks linked together (see the photo, then that will hopefully make more ...
... is finishing her Masters degree in English Literature at Gandhigram University near where they live, and wants to apply for a PhD in Philosophy at Pondicherry University. She is sharp and very articulate, beautiful and nice.
Lots of sharing, mutton biryani with rice, curried chicken, spicy vegetables, salads, yogurt, fruit salad, chocolate cake. And a big bonfire. About 25 people and kids in all. Fun for ...