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... by an Italian in the 17th century, one of only 3 palaces designed by foreigners in India. It is a combination of Christian, Muslim, and Hindu supported by very Italian columns. The base is granite and above that is painted in beautiful pasel colors. From the Palace we take bicycle rickshaws for a 20 minute ride to the Meenakshi Temple. This huge temple complex is dedicated to Shiva and his consort. Many Hindus worship here when ...
... approaching at full speed, as they all to often do in this country.
“It’s relevant you see, because we must establish what your mother tongue is. We must follow the system you see? To establish how you are able to be understanding me, isn’t it?” he continues, braying at full volume.
“I’m English.” I concede. I see his nostrils flare as he anticipates an opportunity to put one over a son of the ...
... kinda cringe a bit when Indians ask me where I'm from and I have to say "The UK" and that was before I learned the full extent of the atrocities committed by the country I happened to have been born in. What I'm more ashamed of is, why the actual **** don't we learn this **** in school? Why did I have crop rotation in the 17th century drilled into my cranium when we should have been learning this? Or what happened ...
... today and will return in 2 days – so he said that I could stay with him after that for a few more days. We both agreed to maybe doing that, and I asked him about paying him if I did stay. He explained to me that in Sudan they have people stay over time and that I shouldn’t ask about paying because it is offensive to them (whoops – still learning different cultures). Not sure what I’ll do but I’ll keep ya posted ...
... from Amma,the hugging mother saint of India. Back in September, we were blessed by our Guru friend Babaji in the Ganges River and in October we spend three days taking a course with the Dalai Lama. We also met some really interesting world travelers who like us just decided to go on an extended journey. Many of them giving up their jobs and looking for new horizons.
Our travels throughout India brought us on a spiritual journey ...