Hotel Hill View
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... 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 ...
Still inflicted with flu I travel two hours across to Kushalnagar which is 5km Northwest of Bylakuppe. This was one of the first Tibetan refugee camps set up to house those fleeing Tibet following the 1959 Chinese invasion. Anyone can visit the town but only Tibetans can stay overnight as a permit is needed for anyone else who wishes to sleep there. After the first night I wake up ...
... using the more than sufficient zoom on the camera, we started back. The descent was even more difficult. Somehow, grabbing on to anything we could see to save our sore asses from tumbling over, we managed to get back to where this crazy idea first popped into our heads. Total Exhaustion.
We were feeling very hungry by now so we went looking for good places to eat. Barat mentioned that pork is considered a delicacy here and it is ...
... the comforting embrace of solitude is a final refuge away from the judgmental stares of those around us. Yet, through the inevitability of time’s march forward, we are forced back into that ever expanding game of human drama, forced to confront the world in all its maddening imperfection. And what then? Will we shrink away from all which we once loved and cherished in some sort’ve shame induced reluctance? Will we stand strong; our hands tightly ...
... therefore are particularly revered by the local community). These small statues looked like they were just unearthed from an archeological dig, as many were quite old and in various stages of deterioration. The entrance to the temple or shrine was a gate made of tree trunks and vegetation with banana, mango, and palm leaves on the canopy and flanks of the structure. These plants have special religious significance to many Indians.
In spite of being ...