Hotel Drive Inn
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... to know God alone, is surely entitled to be called a brahmin. He explained the qualities of a brahmin with reference to the scriptures. The brahmins then argued that he had not studied the çästras in the traditional way. This would set a wrong example in society. Tapovanji Maharaj agreed very humbly that he had not studied in the prescribed manner, but had come to Swami Shantyananda exactly for that purpose.
· The second yäträ to Mount ...
... was sounding insignificant, given the best location and view it was putting us in.
In the evening, ladies went for their favorite shopping on the mall road and I had good time with kids in the nicely maintain hotel garden, we played lots of badminton and ball games.
The after dinner times at the open air cafe was giving view of whole Mussourie town as well as Dehradun valley. It was fantastic.
... need a hotel. Anyway, I’m glad I went to Dehra Dun, but I was even happier to get back home to little Mussoorie, where everybody recognizes me.
Mussoorie, Thursday, 04 April, 2013
I fell out of bed at precisely the same time that I’ve been waking up lately, 7:30, opened the curtains to another gloriously sunny (yet cool) day, and went to the bathroom. As soon as I sat myself down, I heard a loud BOOM – and this time, NOT ...
... hotel in India.
So this morning, I left my super-comfortable room and moved into this new hotel, the Kulri Presidency. Only after I moved in did I notice a few of my room’s shortcomings: First of all, a huge pane of glass is missing from one of the windows. This is not much of a problem in the daytime when the weather is very pleasant. But at night, well, it just might be a cold night tonight. I thought I would solve the problem by just moving ...
... in our actions
Saucha: Cleanliness of ourselves and our surroundings.
Santosha: Satisfaction with what we already have.
Tapas: Enthusiasm for your life’s work.
Swadhyaya: Mindful self-reflection, and continuous learning through formal and informal studies.
Ishvarapranidhana: Honoring your own ideas, or your vision of God.
3. Asanas: Physical postures to strengthen the ...