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... a baby. A man from Nepal follows me around chatting in broken English wanting to make sure I saw the high points of the museum. Allen was in another room but caught up eventually.
For dinner we are going to the house that Charles and his brother are buying for themselves, future wives and their mother for a home cooked meal. Traditionally here the men stay with their parents and their wives and children all live ...
... He starts us off with a long lesson about Hindu mythology which is hard to keep up with and the kids soon lose interest. But once we get underway he earns his keep by explaining the rituals of the temple and acting as our photographer.
Wandering through the temple is astounding. The rhythms of everyday life are at work here, people eating, drinking, shopping and gossiping against a backdrop of ostentatious celebration and worship amidst endless intricate ...
... stadium after a big game or rock concert. It took us 45 minutes to get 2 kilometers. We eventually had to go the wrong way, into oncoming traffic, on a frontage road, to get to the highway on-ramp. No worries, everyone was doing it. We were going like the Indians!
We got onto the good road with smooth asphalt and light traffic. Our motorcycle, with the two of us and ...
... a term which he coined, which meant you had to convert, not coerce the wrong-doer. Non violence. And whenever violence happened in the name of obtaining Independence, Gandhi would fast. He spent a lot of time not eating.
It wasn't just independence he worked for, he was instrumental in lifting up the "untouchables," the lowest caste who weren't even allowed to walk on temple roads. Satyagrahis campaigned for the right ...
... 8217;t mind our company for a few hours walking, we also met them again much to our delighted surprise in Goa, to the wonderful young couple, Akansha and Anthony, we met while sightseeing at the Ajanta caves and who made our trip to Pune even better when they came back from their trip and took us out to lunch, and the sweet honeymoon couple from Chennai whom we spent (or should I say, I spent) much of our very 20 hour ...