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... shortened this time, I was told to fill out a form which was designed for Tibetans. I did my best and it didn't take too long. Soon I was called up to his booth and a permit was filled out by him and a note was put in my passport. Still no word about payment. Okay, this doesn't seem real. I was told again to wait for a signature from the superintendent is needed. Okay, that is fine, i am going to be as patient as I can and since now I am not ...
... room. I started to get nervous again. We were called in, one by one, first two Italian girls, then me, there was a very eager French man who looked angry at being called in behind me. The police superintendent was in his spiffy uniform, looked remarkably intimidating. I thought I was being ridiculously polite, bowing and addressing him as Sir. I sat beside the two Italian girls, wondering when I will be questioned and listening to ...
... people who are so very used to and dependent upon a hierarchy system down to family for their identity and protection. My father, once long ago told my mother that I would be sorely disappointed if I ever made it to Dhramshala for he believed that I was in search of Utopia. The truth is, I am somewhat more sophisticated than that. I expected to find a community that carved out a path for themselves against all odds, using whatever means they can, including going ...
... Pathankot (80kms) in Punjab is known is
the gateway to Dalhousie.
PLACES TO VISIT:
24 km from Dalhousie. It is about
6,500 feet (2,000 m) above sea level. On 7 July 1992, Mr. Willy T. Blazer,
Vice Counselor and Head of Chancery of Switzerland in India ...
... br> Navratras.
Kms from Kathua. The Shrine is located at a height of 3500 ft on a hillock
The goddess has manifested herself here in the shape of a Shilla
(Stone Slab) seated on a Brass Lion with a silver mounted head. Behind it is
also an image of Mahishasur Murdini (re-incarnation of Maha-Luxmi) standing on
the body of Mahishasur, the Demon ...