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... so nice here and always want to help. When you ask one person for help, three or four others will stop to chime in. But Kima persisted and we were right at the front entrance. This hotel, the Hotel Sawera Grand, is gorgeous! I guess it's only two months old and that why people didn't know where it was. The rooms were really nice and spacious. We all got dolled up in our "golden temple outfits" and went to the lobby for the complimentary ride to the golden temple. We soon ...
... Guru Nanak in the 15th century, began as a reaction against the caste system and Brahmin domination of ritual. Sikhs believe in one god and although they reject the worship of idols, some keep pictures of the 10 gurus as a point of focus. The Sikhs’ holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib, contains the teachings of the 10 Sikh gurus, among others. Like Hindus and Buddhists, Sikhs believe in rebirth and karma. In Sikhism, there’s no ascetic ...
... but when in toy train we were just enjoying every bit of the scene and the greenery .. the high mountains , the winds kissing me.... i was going cold ..but was enjoying the climate .. I had this trip with my family of mom dad and younger bro.... I was waiting to reach Shimlaa....
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3 - Bon Children's Home In Dolanji and Polish Aid Foundation For Children's of Tibet 'NYATRI' - you may sponsor a child or even teach at Bonpo School at Dolanji, India
4 - 'Sometimes you just have to do something, don't you? Sometimes an injustice comes along and you think 'No, this cannot be and - rather than just sigh, ...
... Corb buildings that I had seen in pictures a million times, plus garbage everywhere, plus random peacocks jumping in and out of nearby bushes lead to one of the weirdest experiences I have ever had. It was amazing but really really weird.
This pretty much sums up my experience in Chandigarh, Rhetta and I decided to move on pretty quickly because besides a few sights and Corb's stuff, there really isn't that much to see and it was also pretty ...