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... spent the next half hour trying to top me up unsuccessfully--apparently you need a different SIM card for each province. After I had paid one of them, he gave me my money back, a candy and his number. Oy. Got some momos for lunch, and I was off to McLeod Ganj for the retreat! For the next ten days, I'll be taking an intro to Buddhism class at Tushita Meditation Center. It's a silent retreat in which we have lessons about Buddhism most days (we can ...
... paradise on earth with flowing river and lush foliage. I, however, started to have a wicked headache and wasn't able to enjoy much of what's going on. There was one section where different regions of Tibet was presented using traditional Tibetan dolls. The dolls and scenery were very delicately made and life-like. However, the smell of the material was very pungent and made my headache even worse. We went for a cursory look inside the gift shop, the prices ...
... anything. We were served tea and juice and later lunch, at a small road side restaurant later. It was a very common hole in the wall place that serves Indian food. A standard plate of food was served to everyone, two stuffed roti, one table spoon of a chick pea stew thing, one table spoon of a yogurt based soup like substance with onion and some kind of starch (corn flakes?) in it. There was also a few pieces of radish (the long white variety, not sure what they are called) one ...
... pilgrims do. Check in your shoes and hit the massive cafeteria. To the clanging of hundreds of used plates a hungry pilgrim finds a place in the long lines sitting in the hall eager to receive a big spoon full of sweet rice.
Next a small moat rinses the feet, down the steps, and a huge man-made lake comes into view. The golden temple is in the middle of the lake connected by a long walkway. The team, in small groups, explored the temple complex, listened to ...
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It was at this enchanting spot surrounded by majestic trees, that Netaji Subhash
Chandra Bose spent time in 1937, contemplating and meditating.
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