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... The Auroville cafe, which was filled mostly with Europeans, locals and visitors, had a very zen, tranquil vibe of practiced yogis.
Day 3: On our last day in Pondicherry we woke up early enough to see the ...
... researching into - sustainable living and the future cultural, environmental, social and spiritual needs of mankind. Their website is www.auroville.org
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... welcomed by our hosts, a north Indian Buddhist and a big mamma type character who does not take any s*it, but is very warm in her ways. We decided to stay in a Tibetan guesthouse here, as the location is pretty central and the place seemed very zen, chilled and calm, plus cheap, which always helps! It’s kind of like a monastery here, with the focus on Buddhism, whilst respecting the overall ethos of Auroville itself, which is religion agnostic, there is a stone laid here by the ...
... surrounded again by Western travellers.
Many people seem to stay for a while whilst taking part in meditation etc. at the ashram, and some even seem to just stick around. Out and about in French Pondicherry you can see a few characters who have evidently been there for about half a life time. For example the elderly man always dressed from head to toe in bright yellow cycling around or the guru look alike who probably arrived with ...
... it all,
No peacock plumage spread,
Until suddenly all babbling birds are quiet, silent,
Except the waves,
How does that happen?
Do they all agree to a cycle of shouts
And silence and screeches and silence again?
Perhaps Jacko knows – the largest and highest of them all –
But he’s still meditating against a brightening cycle of sky.