Mayura Yatrinivas Hotel
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... what all the Hindus did before us and followed suit such as how to pray to each God, what to do with the candles, the holy water (yes I drank some), etc, etc. there weren't really any pictures allowed inside but I wish I could've taken some of the decked out dieties. Yesterday we went to Mysore palace and it was beautiful, a lot of stuff about royalty and fancy stuff like that. Also no pics ...
... industry in India and more in depth, about the Royal Orchid brand.
Today I learned from Joseph that traditionally, the guest are given God-like status in India. The host would spare no efforts to ensure that he or she was completely satisfied. In order to achieve this, the Department of Tourism of the Government of India created the Atihi Devo Bhavah - Guest is God - campaign.
Exactly how I felt today.
... great service! Unless you're planning on trekking Ooty is quite quiet and relaxing, we spent 3 lazy days exploring the town, boat house at the lake and botanical gardens. At the latter we made a lovely new friend who didn't speak a word of English but persistently chirped on at us in Tamil or Hindi whilst peering curiously at our game of scrabble. I've got to give the strange man credit, he tried chatting to us for ten minutes regardless that we ...
... gold) howdah used by the Maharajah for parades. In the large hall 28 huge murals depict the spectacle of the annual Dasara parade. This festival has traditionally culminated in a huge parade through the town. Firstly mounted horsemen followed by infantry, and musicians - all in colourful ceremonial dress. At the end of the long parade would be the maharajah's personal guards followed by the Maharajah, resplendent in his golden howdah riding high on the back of ...
... work in the school. Bummer. He told us that they were putting on a night, a house music night nonetheless, on the day we arrived in Guwahati!! Me and A were well up for it, 2013, year of the firsts!! More on that later. The night passed and day 2 arrived, again we watched films, chatted with our bunk mates, listened to tunes (that headphone splitter you gave me Beaner was a life saver, the sound doesn't work on Amaresh's computer, so without it we would have ...