Mapple Express Bangalore
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... and discount. He first said okay but without the breakfast buffet, then threw in breakfast too. The hotel has a great location, western standards, a small fridge in our spacious room and an electric kettle, which makes making our filter coffee a cinch. It will be a great spot to call home for a week or so.
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... photo I called out to him to resume PLAYING.
Outside the cave we took some rest and headed down to the car.
With no trail details available on the maps and no guide, setting out and following paths based on hunch and even getting lost inside a tiny space made me feel most adventurous in quite some time. The caves were something I had never experienced before, and these days it is very rare to find something new.
... now no-one wants to move into the new building as they see it as a come down and as a consequence, a loss in power. We drive on through Cubbon Park, a lovely green area in the middle of the city and see a round building which turns out to be the city's oldest library. We also see the criminal justice courts...the Indian equivalent of The Old Bailey? We continue on to Lalbagh Botanical Gardens. These are quite extensive and very beautiful. We ...
... by a large number of followers (picture above). People were shaking hands with him. Some people were having quick interactions. Patriji was also wishing people in different styles.
The evening program started as usual at 5 PM. Patriji gave his valuable speech to the audience. Patriji is not only a spiritual leader he is many in one. He was coordinating all the programs on the stage as ...
... steps to the entrance of the temple greeted by the melodic chanting of ‘Hare Krishna and Hare Rama’, we walked through the long entrance passing by a few small shrines with statues of the gods which the faithful including Shashi and family worshiped. When we reached the entrance to the main temple, being built on a hill the view definitely inspired awe and reverence fitting to a place of worship. From inside the temple the ...