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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... can't be described in words. Tears swelled in my eyes as I looked at the poverty around me and yet I was surrounded by the happiest, most grateful people I have ever seen.
The band led us to the village temple where the children began to dance! Next thing we're all pulled out into the middle of the crowd and we were learning their dance moves. We came no where near their level but we tried and everyone loved it! I always thought working in 35 ...
... the huge temple complex, we continued into the heart of Chennai.
While in the city, we visited Srinath, a classmate from the Indian Institute of Science, who travelled home for the long Republic Day weekend. ...
... continue for some time, and the climax had better be worth it……by the way…..it was….multiple times over!
So, after getting to the Matrimandir site on little bus, handing over any bags, cell phones, cameras so that visitors would capture the memory of this place in our minds and our hearts, and not on the memory card of any electronic device, we finally made it through the entry gates. For us, as compliant westerns this was no issues, but ...
... in the end. After close to 1.5 hours we were dead tired and headed for our room to get refreshed. A quick lunch and quick nap gave us the strength needed in the evening.
Evening was a quite walk within the resort and dinner. You would find a huge spread of buffet.
Day 3 :
Picked up a taxi from the resort (3000/- full day) and visited the below places.
- Sri Aurobindo Ashram
- Manakla Vinayagar ...
... serve him with fidelity.
Moved by the tearful appeals, the Lord ordered him to do meditation with great steadfastness taking the shape of peacock on the bank of Varaha near Mailamalai. Nodding, he continued his appeal to the Lord to dwell for ever on the same hill. It was granted. Thus came into existence this Mailamalai and the place called Mailam, for short. The temple atop the hill was built by Pommayapuram, ...