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... fend for ourselves. As I neared the front of the line the pushing became more intense and I had to stick my elbows out and become very aggressive and physical just to keep my place. Once one gets close to the glass partition with its hand-size hole it then becomes a race to see who can get their hand in their first, regardless of their place in line. Whoever gets their hand through the slot first gets their form taken and processed by the ...
... Shanti Mayi”, she would turn her head in my direction. I did this a few times and then tried to tell my brain to shut up because Lord knows what else she was hearing in there.
I much preferred Prem Baba. He is a Brazilian man with the most radiant smile I have ever seen. The room would be filled with hundreds of devotees mixed in with us tourists, and we would spend half an hour singing before Prem Baba entered the room. He would give a short sermon ...
... started to badly jell at him in Hindi…Completely unaware of what was going on, we managed in the end to get a discount on the agreed price..Though we still had to cross one of the two main Rishikesh’s bridges and walk quite a while with our bags before getting to our guest house..
Anyway once we got there we literally crashed, exhausted as usual!
The following day, recharged with fresh energies, we went to explore the town. ...
... bungalow at DPSM (one of the charities they support). We really didn't have enough time in the visit to really appreciate all the work Mummy and Papa have been doing especially in regards to the new charities they are supporting. We managed to squeeze in a very impressive project called Nirmal Gyan Academy. This very professionally run project provided schooling and a hospital for under privileged families. We could not help but admire the standard of work going on and ...
Lovely things galore - a refreshing dip in the Ganga at daybreak, kept cool by the glacier melt-water where it begins.
For Hindus the powerful and live-giving waters hold incredible power; bringing fertile soil and essential water and are believed to be a channel to God. I don’t understand much about Hinduism (I aim to know a lot more once I complete the philosophy part of my yoga teacher training) but in ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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