Hotel Surya Kiran
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Pujya Gurudev once told a brahmachari studying in Sandeepany Sadhanalaya, Mumbai, “The very air you are breathing here is due to the grace of Swami Tapovan Maharaj.” Gurudev always believed that the entire work of Chinmaya Mission is nothing but the grace and glory of Swami Tapovan Maharaj. Pujya Guruji Swami Tejomayananda has also said that the tapas done by Swami Tapovan Maharaj forms the very foundation of Chinmaya Mission. ...
... 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 ...
... each with two cots with big comforters on them (don’t think I will need that) The meals would be taken in outside in a gazebo. We were right beside the small stream that we layed about in yesterday. So we headed over to hang out in the water. The boys that work at the camp were rafting down the small river in inner tubes, jumping off rocks, having a great time.
My friends all went for a siesta. I didn’t feel like resting. I took my journal. Climbed down over ...
... as it is one of the more important components in Scott’s survival cocktail.
Mussoorie, Thursday, 11 April, 2013
We started the day with breakfast in at the hotel with the free wi-fi, followed by a cup of coffee and a cigar for Gregory at a local coffee shop. As we were sitting at the coffee shop, we watched large, noisy throngs of people passing back and forth through the town – campaigning for their favorite candidates for ...
... I stopped by the hotel that I plan to move into tomorrow. It costs only 800 rupees, which is less than half of what I’m paying at my current fancy place. It’s centrally located, of a good standard, but it doesn’t have much of a view. The main drawback to the place is that the manager insists that I stay for three weeks in order to avail myself of this low rate – and that I pay for one week at a time – in advance. I’m not ...