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... for a puja or fire ritual that is done outside in the garden area around a larger dooni (fire pit). Everyone who was at the temple including a group of 8 or so men who were all of the same family and had come bearing a truck full of wheat as an offering and several woman in colorful saris (maybe friends or family of the cooks) and us white women joined in the ritual of chanting, offerings of flowers and mixed herbs that were tossed in with each repeating Om ...
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My upbringing and education in English society has given me a very strongly developed left side of my brain, with a vast toolbox full of knowledge, skills and beliefs about the world. As well as a crate full of fears: money, tax, death, pensions, mortgages, divorce, old age, care homes, health insurance, life insurance, car insurance, contents insurance, mobile phone insurance, pet insurance, recession, depression, anxiety, social ...
... and less polluted. However i was confused one morning when i ventured down to bath in the Ganga (this is considered the best way to remove all bad energy from the body) as i returned to the bank i witness a middle aged man doing his morning rituals to the river then removed two whole mangos from a plastic bag, unwrap them from newspaper and proceeded to throw them into the river. Nothing strange about that, its common among the locals to offer fruit, meals, gifts to the Ganga ...
... trekked for about 5 hours, getting in practice for Nepal and reached the snow line. The path started to get treacherous and more snow threatened, after throwing snowballs at each other we then headed back for the warmth of a restaurant.
McLeod left us with some great feelings, it was wonderful to breathe in the cold clean air, be in the mountains and experience the people. We were also left with feeling temporariness to it, there are 10s of thousands of Tibetans exiled ...
... is a few kilometer westward, a town en route to/from Haridwar, which is another holy Ganges town more patronized by Hindus than visitors such as the Beatles.
A peaceful week of pujas, morning yoga and waterfalls: our own mode of detox. We stared at monkeys, marvelling at their anthropic expressions, catching them red-handed in a master-minded ambush. A large male macaque provoked a banana vendor into chasing him with a stick, thus clearing the way for two ...