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... to visit the Nalaknad palace. It was an arduous drive through the forests, coupled with bad roads, making us wonder why a king would have decided to build a palace at such a remote (probably inaccessible about 200 years back) place? The ASI-deputed guide later informed that it was the hiding place of the king in those times. The
palace – now a decrepit old house - is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), which is ...
... Tibetian Settlements:
I did not expect so many Tibetans in one place and that too in south India. The settlement is a monastery and we had a privilege of watching them do the ritual. It was an eye opener on not to be prejudicial about what one can expect in an environment. Pictures explain more.
Located by Brahmagiri hill and is the source of famous south Indian river Kaveri. At that time, we criticized worshiping the ...
... temples and in the bookshop a monk starts explaining his religion (although his English isn't great) and he says that life is like a dream. At dinner Vladimir shows me some money he has left over from his trip to Iraq. Next year he wants to visit Yemen amongst other places. I ask if it's dangerous there and he say 'yes' although it was pretty obvious what the answer was going to ...
The plan was to leave by 7 a.m. but we were so exhausted by Thursday's journey that we woke up quite late. We decided to explore Coorg before everything else. We went to the Madikeri Fort (with a lot of confusion since the fort is now a court and every time we asked someone the way to the fort, they directed us to different places), Raja's Seat, Abbey Falls, and Omkareshwar Temple. Raja's Seat had an awesome view of the whole district and ...
... to explain the philosophy of the Vedas. The workers in our hostel smile at us whenever we ask for the keys to our room. A group of philosophy PHD’s took me on a motorcycle ride to the top of a nearby mountain. Perched at the apex of that encounter, they looked at me with warmth. “We have never been here. Too many times we have planned. But now, because of you, we have seen.”
It’s endless, and it’s liberating. ...