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... but was fascinating as it had ancient Hindu temples, a sunken garden and a fabulous bazaar to get lost in. The children love coming up to say "Good morning, how are you?" shaking our hands then running off laughing.
The next morning was another 5 hour bus ride. The crazy driver and the very windy roads induced the desire for a handy bucket but we did manage to survive without sticking our head out of the window (unlike some of our fellow ...
... seek the blessings of the nearby Chidambaraswamy as all other efforts to cure his young daughter had proved unfruitful. The Muslim ruler accepted the suggestion and prostrated, along with his daughter before Shri Chidambaraswamy.
When Sri Chidambaraswamy applied the sacred ash to his daughter's body, she was cured instantly.
Hope that the above brief was helpful. With this temple visited, it was already quite late and we decided on having dinner somewhere ...
... it ie. no street stalls, hovels etc. This means it doesn't also have that vibrant, chaotic, pandemonium feel either; no smells, litter problems, cows or electrical nests embedded on each light pole! I think I like it!
Our hotel named Toy is great and all we did was collapse until dinner time when we then ventured down to the first floor, ate a lovely meal and returned to collapse for the night. We're getting to old for this type of travel! ...
... as they try to find where I needed to be. After establishing where the lunch was to take place then I thought I would nip to the bathroom before the others arrived. The toilets were the poshest toilets that I have ever seen. A little lady was on hand to - well - to be of assistance where she could though I kind of thought there are some things that you don't need because it's kind of personal and private. Anyway I came to wash my ...
... glory, Shiva caught her
in his long tresses, dividing her into many streams, thus softening her
fall! All the heavenly and earthly beings gathered around to see this
rare sight. The water flowing through the cleft in the relief could depict Ganges flowing down from the heavens.