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... And at Christ University I met a lot of people, I had a lot of experiences inside and outside of Bangalore. Although I didn’t have a lot of specific results in this part of the program, I have the strong feeling that I got to know India in this phase of the project.
The second half of the project did have results, big results. Together with Swetha I worked on the issues Parikrma has with the behavior some students show. ...
... meal too :)
So at 1am on the 4th July we left India. We felt like we'd seen as much as we could for such a vast country. We saw some absolutely incredible things which will stay with us forever. It was however an incredibly hard country to be a backpacker in at times, nothing was easy. For a foreigner looking in it's incredibly frustrating, for locals though it's just how life is. It certainly made us appreciate how easy our life is back home and how very lucky we are.
... it that the peanut harvest was so bad for several years in a row that the farmers went to the Dodda Ganapathi temple and pledged that if they had a good harvest, they would annually honor the lord and donate a portion of their profits towards the temple. Since then, harvests have generally been quite good and so every year around the same time, the peanut festival takes place. It has now transformed into a two day street festival where the roads in one mile radius ...
... and then serve it. Again incredible shots of such sweet happy faces - they all (about 30) sleep in a room about the size of our front hall :(. Mind is spinning on how to help/help with their new building project etc etc. It is run by an old Indian woman who was an orphan herself - picture to follow. Incredible.
Dinner time - veggies meals are out of this world.
Pictures tomorrow - I promise!
... let me know that she wanted to be white like me. This made me so sad. Here in the US, there are plenty of people keeping the tanning salons in business, trying to be darker like these kids. And, I feel sad for both the people who tan and the little Indian girls as they should be able to feel comfortable in their own skin and not be pressured by society into wanting something else.
Upon reaching the bottom, we said goodbye to the kids, ...
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