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... memorable. For other travelers, i recommend HRR services. I found them one of the very few service providers who make a professional accompany the raft in Kayak.
Thanks Teku, Prabhu, Ganesh, Duglas for those 3 hours memories to carry for our life time
If you are rafting in summers, drink lots of water.
After rafting, we went to Rishikesh in search of good food. We went to lakshman Zula. It was painful to know ...
... there was Ayurveda, tantra, meditation...etc. All very well and good, if practiced or taught by someone who knows what they're doing, but it seemed every Tom Dick and Nadlove (true story...next story!) was giving it a go. And 9 out of 10 travellers there were lapping it up, completely losing any objectivity or rational mind, seemingly. One girl we met said to us that 'everyone in Rishikesh is on a journey - ...
... one sadhu practicing some yoga asanas,massaging the area around the stomach, and he indicated that he had some problem,but afterwards he took a bath in the cold water. I hope he felt better.
Some of these holy men are real spiritual seekers, while others choose this way of life to smoke drugs and eat without working. The different ashrams give them food and shelter .
At least, they travel without baggage, something I would like to be able to ...
... of Indian guys standing around on the platform what was going on and apparently Mr Tubby wanted to make a formal complaint about the a/c having broken down in our carriage (I did think that it had got warmer) and the railway officials had some issue with this. This then delayed the train's departure from the station which may explain why other people got irate as well. But talk about making a mountain out of a molehill! In any case, we were re-assigned seats in ...
... there are no switchboards, taps, furniture and metal parts left in the ashram. Everything was ransacked and sold off in the local market.
The meditation halls were air-conditioned… In the 1960′s and that too in an Indian forest! There was a helipad, a post office and a bank inside the ashram. All this made the place pretty remarkable.
A lot of private companies are interested in acquiring this property and turning it into a meditation ...