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... with both hands otherwise you will find yourself empty handed. But it's behind the scenes that impressed me the most; the combination of huge chapatti making machines, the human machines, the fires and the cooking pots giant enough to swim in, the garlic peelers and the sinks. The organisation of this 24 hour kitchen or langar that feeds 40-100,000 people per day was like watching an army of ants at work. And ...
... Buddhist circumambulation of the Kora two days ago this seemed startlingly familiar, although the settings are very different.
At various corner stations water, tea, and food are distributed by Sikhs, including some they describe as “holy communion”, an interesting use of the term. Here, water, food, and drink are ritually connected, as at so many sacred places in the world. There are posted notices of historical events surrounding ...
... a rectangular artificially put on, in which gold fish swim. Owing to the come up sun, it becomes now also finally warmer. The temple is lit up by the sunbeams and dazzles already nearly.
When I continue to go, I get a kind communion wafer against a small donation. It consists of sweet rice and in sheets is kept. Now I go into the temple, in order the donation segnen to leave. In the temple many different prayer calls are to be sat and made music to be heard and men ...
... colours, partly as I'd look like a massive hippy douche in them). I was getting the feel that this place was hippy Mecca. My suspicions were about to be confirmed when I got to the Beatles café. This place had an epic view from high over the river looking down the valley with rapids centre view and the bridges left and right. It also had a menu that was full of pseudo science, conjecture and assumptions about being a vegan and the vegetarian life style. There was lots of mention of ...
... of Sikhism was a Bedi) trace their descent from Kush and
Sodhis (the 10th Prophet of Sikhism, Guru Gibind Singh was a Sodhi) from Luv. A
four day fair, since times immemorial is held here starting on the full moon
night in November. 16 Kilometres west on Choganwan road is Ram Tirath,
commemorating Maharishi Balmik Ji´s heritage.
It is another heritage sight built by Maharaja
Ranjit Singh , Situated near the villages ...