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... our salutations to Mother Annapurna on our return.
The first session on 108 names of Tapovanji began at 9.15am. After the talk we had a silence-time at Tapovan Kutir for 30min. We watched Poojya Gurudev's DVD talks on Kaivalyopanishad before lunch and at 4pm. Evening Tapovan Kutir Aarti was at 6.30pm followed by satsang.
Some points and anecdotes discussed at satsang are:
In the tenth chapter of the Bhagavad Gita,Lord ...
Mussourie The Queen of the hill stations.
Not really sure why it has been given this name. It's either that I’m less impressed than terrible magic tricks and fake 'Wolex’ watches than Indians or in the past it probably was one of the best but now like Mount Abu it’s Indian Blackpool. Mussourie even has a haunted house. I think it appeals to families more although there are some bars and restaurants open late the whole place goes to sleep at about ...
... IN BLISS! After a good long float. I swam back to the raft. How the heck am I going to get back in? Not alot of upper body strength here. No problem. I held onto the rope. Raj grabbed my life jacket and whoosh I was back in the raft. Laughing so much I could hardly stand up to get back in my position. He is not a big guy. I was surprised how easily he yanked me back into the raft. Never mind me. Wilfried was next. He's not a little guy. One big pull and he was in. No problem. I ...
... his generosity, treated me to lunch.
After we got back to town, Gregory used the Google map on his tablet computer to calculate the distance we had walked: Going and coming, we covered a distance of 10km, or about 6 miles – a good deal of it uphill. But given that the weather was absolutely perfect, it was a very pleasurable walk.
After a nap, we went for dinner. After dinner, as I was passing by the pharmacy, the pharmacist called me ...
... one to make sure I had been given the correct change. (A reasonable practice, as Indian shopkeepers often – conveniently – don’t have small change and ask/expect you to accept being slightly shortchanged.) Another customer near me was watching me count my change, and this seemed to have offended him deeply. He then said to me, twice, loudly, that “Honesty is the policy of all Indians!” Ha. The guy was apparently delusional ...