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... through years of penance in Satya Yuga, for the salvation of 60,000 of his ancestors from the curse of the saint Kapila, a tradition continued by thousands of devout Hindus, who brings the ashes of their departed ...
... do with a camel whip. Fort Agra is big and has incredible views of the Taj Mahal, but after Rajasthan it is a very poor example of a fort and is in a sorry state of disrepair. The highlights of the fort were watching a Russian guy dressed in a white sequined Indian wedding suit and sunglasses looking like the ghost of Neo walk consistently against the crowds round and round the rooms, and playing live action mortal combat with my Canadian accomplices. I packed up and readied myself for ...
Today was our last full day in Rishikesh, which is a shame because we love it so much here and definitely understand how people end up staying here for months at a time, it's so relaxing and easy going. There was really loud thunder storms throughout the night and today is the first rainy day we've had since we started our journey so it's actually quite nice and refreshing ! Never thought I would be happy to see rain The day was spent ...
... protest has been somewhat, quashed.
Further into our exploratory endeavours, Gay and Narelle were attracted to a primary school playground. Peering through the fence line many children came over to chat with them. Somewhat re-living the past I would suggest. Both agreed that the children were cute. The children were quickly urged away from the gates by the supervising staff. Those a little reluctant were provided with some ...
... the steep 1.5km staircase. Hindu temples are still something I'm getting my head around. The place is full of stalls with people selling gifts, jewellery, flowers, and all sorts of bling. Rupees are left everywhere as offerings. There's TVs with Bollywood blaring. Kids push albums in front of your face and try to sell touristy photographs. It's loud, chatty, shine and pastel, and much like a market place to my foreign Catholic eyes. But there's some odd pervading sense of peace ...