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... has the distinction of being one of the 51 prominent Shakti Peethas on the subcontinent. The temple marks the spot that was blessed with Maa Sati’s right breast.The temple has a structure resembling the Amarnath Cave temple in Jammu and ...
... it fine) and she started shouting and going mental. We sat there quietly and pretended it wasn't happening! I was told to go and cram onto another bench with some randoms which I didn't and the scene went on for a least an hour! In the meantime we were making friends and chatting with some genuinely nice people opposite, who spoke a bit of English. The whole journey was crazy with more and more people cramming on the train (definitely against health and safety), guys with ...
Aman woke up in the morning feeling fine.
Mandip woke up in the morning feeling terrible because she had been SICK all night! It was a case of Delhi Belly! She thought she was going to die. Every time she thought it was over it would come back. Her Uncle took her to the doctors in the morning and the doctor gave her some ...
... one seems to know why) and most have a back-up generator at hand. Modern technology is virtually non-existent. Internet cafes exist but are very few and far between – if you can find them. Step back in time 20 years and you are probably in India. People still queue in the bank to get their wages and there are long queues and heaps of paperwork. If you want a receipt for something, chances are it will be hand written and carbon ...
This is just one more incident that drove me over the edge. I was walking through the village talking to another intern when a man came out of his house and started speaking with us...in English. He said he'd heard us and wanted to see who we were. His name was Chanchal and he was visiting from BC, Canada. He had grown up in the village and built a monster house for when he came back to visit.
Later that afternoon ...