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... 8221;Further, he said,“The Himalayas are so peaceful. I have lived here all my life. Why should I not leave my body here?”He explained patiently that after all, Lord Death had waited for 68 years for him to finish his work. Now it was time to meet Him.
· Many of us think that the intellectual exercise of contemplation is a tapas by itself and there is no need for any other physical tapas. But Tapovanji Maharaj lived a life ofphysical, ...
... kms area.
There is no parking facility provided by Government. We had to park our car almost 1.5 kms away from the fall. There is so much of irregular construction around the lagoons and it is badly commercialized. Costume renting (unhygienic) business was mushrooming. People were doing every effort to pollute, shatter and deface this natural wonder. So disappointed.
Fall has good ...
... the shop at 7am!! Arrived in uttarkashi 6 hours later and we try to find out about some trekking here as its the source of the Ganges and meant to have some great walks. It's so hard to find out info everyone says you have to have a guide and apparently some of the walk is closed due to too much snow but no one seems to really know or can be bothered to find out! We decide to do the dodital trek on our own which is meant to be a nice 3 day trek.
... a big, ugly monkey – right up against my window. And what do you think brought him there? Was he after my lovely Kindle that was on the table? No, of course not. He somehow managed to notice the three deliciously ripe bananas that were staring at him from the table. And he was willing to break my window to get at them. It was such a shock to me that I didn’t know what to do. If I had been sure that he couldn’t break the window, I would ...
... about this before? Or am I just too demanding a guest?
And finally, although the day at this hotel passed fairly peacefully, at about 4 in the afternoon, a major renovation project was started – and the banging is still going on as I write this at 10pm. I wonder if this is going to happen every day? I also wonder if they’re going to use this opportunity to repair the broken windows and install mirrors in the bathrooms. I guess these are ...