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... able to check my bag all the way through to Dehradun, and to get my boarding card for both of today’s flights upon check-in.
On the flight, sitting next to me, was a very nice young Indian woman who is working for a start-up American company in Chennai. Together with her mother and father, they are off to see relatives in Delhi for the weekend – something made possible by the advent of discount airlines. We had a very nice conversation about ...
... documentaries, it's even more beautiful in person. The religious site literally starts in the Ganges River as a large platform with a huge statue of Shiva looking from the river on to the ashram itself. From there white marble steps take you from the river to a seating area of many stairs and and a covered area. More on this later. From there it's up again towards the walkway and a huge statue of horses pulling a cart and off to the side an even larger statue of Hanuman, ...
4Th may 2012 2:00am
Start writing on Friday Morning at shift end. tomorrow in dead morning we are (Anchal, Sunny and Me ) leaving for Rishikesh. We could have been 5 but at last we 3 are done for dun dana dun in Rishikesh.
Remaining part will be written as this trip start shaping up.
5th May 2012 01:58am
We are all set for our Rock-In Rishikesh Trip ..we 3, ARS , ready to grab all the fun ahead... ...
... the path as it looked like I was nearly at the top of the mountain by now. Instead, it opened out into a valley perpendicular to the main valley, and terraced farms had been created, criss-crossed with concrete water channels to distribute the river's water among the fields. It struck me as very similar to the Inca farming system I saw in Peru, although the channels here are made from modern concrete. ...
This was first family trip of mine which was like this faaar!!
We started off with Ahmedabad and I was with my mom, dad and brother.
Haridwar just blew my mind off as this is a place with such a positive energy and well your spiritual soul may go restless going to the bank of river Ganges on Har ki Pauri. It is a well known religious place where people (Read Hindu, am agnostic) have to take a dip in the water which is supposed to be like asking forgiveness for all our sins. ...