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... the huge temple complex, we continued into the heart of Chennai.
While in the city, we visited Srinath, a classmate from the Indian Institute of Science, who travelled home for the long Republic Day weekend. ...
... blasts of culture, the open minded spiritual seekers and preachers and of course the endless possibilities that awaited around every corner and at the end of every long train journey. We won’t however miss the filth, chaos, noise, corruption, sickness and complexity which seems to be tightly woven into the simplest of tasks. It’s been a real adventure, and in 3.5 months we’ve had some very hard times and some very some wondrous ones, we’ve ...
... br> So Auroville, I’ve been avoiding writing about it and going off on tangents instead…..probably because, it’s going to be so very hard to explain exactly “what is Auroville?” So please bear with us whilst we try to explain, also if you have time check out the website – whilst not the most user friendly, it does give some insight as to what this place is all about, that said we are 3 days in now, and still learning about the real Auroville as we go, ...
... get their head round our little British/Indian/Danish family mix!
Y for Yoga
A big part the Ashram, is the practice of Yoga in all its forms. Lou has been trying to get up for weeks and attend Yoga classes – but can't quite make it happen!
Z for Zut Alors!
As all good things must end, eventually we had to pack our bags and leave the this wonderful French Enclave ..and as the French say..”Zut Alors!
... played music for the opening in one of the galleries. We brought him an old Japanese shakuhachi flute, which had been damaged and repaired in the US.
Here's the story, for those really interested in music, flutes and history: (you may have to scroll down with left mouse click continuous to read it.)
The Travels and Journeys and Near-Death Experience of a Kono Gyokusan Shakuhachi by Martin Mosko, Boulder, CO Last January and February I was in Auroville, ...