Dunsvirk Court Mussoorie
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... part of his vairägya and knowledge seep into us.
3) Om Tapasvine Namaha
Salutations to the Austere one
o Importance of Tapas in life.
o Tap x Pat. Tapas destroys Tamas.
o Yajna-daana-tapas don't let go.
· In the Gita three types of tapas are mentioned – Sharérika (physical), mänasika (mental) and väk (speech). Swamiji practised all the three, and all the virtues mentioned in the ...
... which perched at the top of mountain that towered above Rishikesh giving us a 360' view of the beginning of the Himalayas. To makes things better we were the only people up there, it was truly peaceful. We had a long wait after for the local priest of the temple who gave us a private blessing in the tiny decorated temple. Not knowing whether to stand, sit or cross our legs our guide had to direct us through each process, awkward and funny throughout. Afterward we walked back ...
... own as I needed to do a bit of shopping. Upon parting, I gave him 50 rupees (about a dollar) for his help, and I really had to press him to accept the money. I tried to give him another twenty rupees for a rickshaw but he refused that money. I think he enjoyed the experience as much as I did. He’s lived in Mussoorie for his whole life, and this was the first time he’s every visited this school. He was most impressed by the indoor heated swimming ...
... night. It’s such a good deal that I almost feel guilty about it.
Unfortunately, the new hotel is way back on the other side of town at Library Bazaar, the place I had left because it was so far from the happenings of the town. I decided, however, that the benefits of the hotel outweighed the drawback of the location and I plan to move there tomorrow morning. It will be my fourth hotel in Mussorie – in two weeks – and hopefully my last ...
... Well, I guess he knew I wasn’t because the construction noise had already started.)
In response to my comments about the noisy Indian families in my previous hotel, I got an email from one of my well-travelled colleagues in Bangkok, suggesting that it might not be reasonable to expect people from different cultures to share our customs. Upon reflection, I agree with him: I should consider the possibility that being rude and inconsiderate ...