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... high hopes, faith, all this was fascinating to see. At evening I visited Harki porki to view the aarti that happens near the banks of river Ganga. Devotees keep their lit up prayer plates in the water and it flows with the burning lamp flame , going with the flow and seeming attractive to the viewers. It seemed like swimming sharks with their fins caught on fire. Indian culture,rituals,Ayurveda,ancient knowledge of the Hindus, Yoga and ...
... are cultivating. They seem to have a lot of freedom and responsibility but no one seems to be telling them what to do or when to do it. Also the two woman cooks Muni and P are almost always doing or preparing something but never seem to be in a rush, they go about what they need to go about doing and even get others involved like Diana and I when we were talking. I like the way this place runs automatically and how Mandakini doesn’t ever seem to be busy ...
... or rather lack of) or the river is absolutely revolting and it comes in waves so just as you think your free of it, it comes back with a vengeance. There is also cows literally EVERYWHERE. There may even be more cows than humans and the vile things poo all over the place so it's a constant game of dodge the poo. Love that game.. when I'm winning. One thing that became clear instantly is that Rishikesh is a town for converted or wannabe hippies, them and the ...
... the north of the main town, set on the gorgeous Ganges River at one of Rishikesh's oldest and most famous ashrams: Parmath Niketan. Bags on our back, we entered the Parmath complex through its beautiful serene front gardens.
Max and I got going immediately on our first yoga class the day we arrived. Mid-way through, Max left saying she felt dizzy. 24 hours later and a sleepless, fever-filled night for Max we found ourselves at a pretty dodgy free, ashram doctor that ...
The story behind the ganges is really interesting, there was a drought and the goddess Ganga wanted to help. Shiva pointed out if she dropped all the water down in one go, it might not go so well and she might drown that part of earth if she drops it in one go. So Shiva offered his dreadlocks and the for the water to dribble through his hair so it flowed down as a river. Charlotte was saying - higher up in the himalayas there is a part that it looks like ...