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... and militarily, including Manmohan Singh, Indian Prime Minister from 2004 to 2014. I have the privilege of having some Sikh friends who are very active in their religious tradition at home in Tucson, SatBir Kaur Khalsa and Nirvair Kaur Khalsa, and I have visited their services as well. But of course coming to the Golden Temple is a little different…
While in photos it looks like the entirety of the site is the Golden Temple itself, in practice ...
... und versucht dabei den entgegenkommenden Fahrzeugen und Fußgängern auszuweichen. Ich erreiche jedoch erst um 15:00 mein Hotel. Da die Inder jedoch alles andere als pünktlich sind, habe ich Glück und mein Taxi kommt einige Minuten, nachdem ich mein Hotel erreicht habe. So komme ich doch noch (rechtzeitig) zur Border.
Im Taxi lerne ich weitere Inder (diesmal Panjabis) kennen. Kurz vor der border müssen wir aussteigen und zu Fuß weiter marschieren. Am Weg ...
... the flowers paid off!) before supper and then off to the Golden Temple for the evening ceremony...more of which later. Just don't really have the superlatives to describe what we have just witnessed. All so poignant and very moving too. So, heads were covered (JMJ said I looked like The Edge from U2...I thought I cut quite a dash actually!), footwear removed and we headed to the Temple - thousands of Sikhs and visitors from all denominations witnessed the Book ...
... Ganges valley and down to the main stretch of Rishikesh.
Rishikesh, like a few other Indian towns, seems to be a town of 2 halves. The area I started in around the bus and train station are the same dusty, busy, vibrant town as you'll find all over this country. The Rishikesh that everyone comes to visit however is a short Auto ride up the Ganges valley. It is a long strip of a town spread along both sides of the river between to two large and impressive suspension bridges ...
... is 'who are you?' Uneventful start to the day, too early for breakfast due to catching the train to Amritsar but did pick up a substantial bag rat (bagged rations) from reception. Train ride was better than any of my previous experiences on India's railways but then this was first class so no riding on the roof. Hotel looked good and we were both greeted with the usual Indian greeting consisting of bowing and smiling and step this way for a good frisk and anal probing. ...