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... on. At the end be inevitably asks for 200-300 rupees. I give him 100 and he doesn't accept, looking as if I'd just robbed him or punched him or something. Whilst it's not a scam to raise money for a temple or for himself - as an old man - sick of the underhand nature of it, I walk away and finally he accepts the 100 rupees. The temples are pretty incredible. Non-Hindus aren't allowed into the inner sanctuaries. Whilst it's disappointing that I can't see inside ...
We got up a bit earlier today to go and have a quick breakfast so that we could get off to Spencers. A car was booked for 11a.m. to take all of us and our bags over to Jenny and Carol's so we had to get back for just after 10. So we got in an auto-rik and headed for Spencers. When we got inside it was completely empty! There was ************e here and it took us about 5 minutes to realise the time and realise that we might be too early! We found someone to ask and they told ...
... blessings and to ask for guidance in their day. I loved that no one was preaching, condemning, and that their "house" was filled with love. To explain what exactly happened in there, is very difficult. I feel very blessed that I have been able to experience something that most travellers will never get to. My gratitude for the people that helped me along, when they saw I needed it, was over whelming. I walked into the temple full of fear and anxiety and left feeling a sense of ...
... as we sat just down there having our tea? Have we become accustomed to such a high level of background noise here in India that it simply didn't register?
But this, this is amazing. We climb a look-out tower and... what a sight! The water body spreads for acres and acres and every clumped island of mangrove, every outcrop of bamboo is garlanded with a canopy of white, chattering birds. As far as the eye can see are birds - huge birds - each over a metre ...
... and Chidambaraswamy was almost in a coma. Suddenly he could hear the anklets of the Goddess Meenakshi and when he opened his eyes slightly, he got a magnificent glimpse of the divine feet. The Goddess then raised the swamy to his feet and as her hands touched him, his skin turned golden. She told him that six earlier ...
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