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... lord hanuman lovers.After visiting Durgiana temple went to see Mata lal mandir also known as Vaishno Devi mandir and believe me if you see this then you don't need to see other tirth as in this three or four storey temple they have made copy of all the major temples of India but those who don't like climb many stairs and are claustrophobic should give it a miss as you need to walk a lot and climb many stairs and moreover have to go in small caves. After ...
... hill was starting to give me an appetite.
This was to be attempt number one to see the 2 legitimate tourist sights in Rishikesh, the first, the now closed and interestingly decorated Beatles Ashram, a working ashram until only 15 hears earlier and the second, the evening puja on the banks of the Ganges. The Beatles Ashram is around 2 miles walk from the Laxman jhula bridge, this however still proved to be too far for either Marie or I to motivate to walk. I settled instead ...
... br> The food has been so far quite fantastic, (Ingrid and Sam, we have found a better mushroom masala than the one in Edinburgh!), we are feeling very spoiled and looking forward to going up to Mcleod Gange, although I am less looking forward to the several hour bus journey to get there! A nice wee relaxing time when we arrive shall be in order as it feels like it's been non stop so far, a few days of not visiting too many things will be just ...
... on the lake. The temple is made from solid gold and is absolutely stunning. It was well lit so it reflected in the inky black lake and was just a perfect picture.
We queued with all the colourful people down the causeway to the island where the golden temple was and then everybody just sat down. not being able to move forward any further we sat down with them. The service started inside the temple and the service from inside was piped outside so everyone could hear ...
... loves lost. It is fair to say that we were viewed with some suspicion during our tour of what is now a beautiful memorial garden. This, I think, was largely due to the fact that many of the local visitors to the garden has never seen white people before. We were stopped several times by people who wanted their photo taken with this strange, white haired man. The Golden Temple tour was amazing in every way. Our guide was wise enough to steer us past the ...