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... by nature. When he took sannyńsa, he got his sketch prepared and sent it along with a note to his family members, without mentioning his address. Explaining the importance and glory of sannyńsa, he advised them not to grieve. Till about seventeen years after he left home, the family did not know his whereabouts. Finally, when they came to know where he was, they expressed a wish to correspond with him. Tapovanji Maharaj replied that they may ...
... it’s amusing from the start. This I now know is a normal thing for Sikhs to do to protect their beloved beards. There I was giggling when I opened the window and soon understood. Without the window open it was a hot box and with the window opened i look like The Exorcist chick when she’s climbing the roof. More fool me for laughing. I think the Sikh Indians are my fave (don’t tell all our Hindu friends) or at least up there for both of us, there mega ...
... the rocks and sand toward the guest house. Ready for a little rest. Pleased my stomach had complied and held out for the journey.
By the evening of the last rafting adventure I was sore all over. At first, I was bummed out thinking the pain was from all the excertion and that my body was reacting. But, something else was up. I was continuously running to the toilet. All night. Very little sleep. Every inch of me ached. I had caught something? This wasn't ...
... the evidence they needed to condemn me. (Hey, I took the bus from Dehra Dun to Mussoorie. Doesn’t that somewhat redeem me?)
Mussoorie, Wednesday, 03 April, 2013
For weeks I had been wanting to take an excursion down to the regional capital Dehra Dun. As you might recall, I passed through the town briefly on my way up to Mussoorie, but I didn’t really have the time then to explore the place. And I hadn’t been able to make ...
... in no mood to take no for an answer.
I have my theories about why there are so many rapes in India. Actually it’s not at all difficult to figure out: First of all, Indian society values male children over female ones. Sons are seen as a blessing; daughters as a burden. (Which they are, in fact, practically speaking, as women have to pay a dowry to get married rather than men, in contrast to how things work in Thailand, where female children are seen ...