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... in Dharamsala as they were granted asylum here, but many perished attempting the dangerous crossing. Upstairs in the museum there was an exhibit on Self-Immolation and Martyrdom. This was also very interesting but quite gruesome as well. After the museum, we headed through the complex to the main temple. Due to the location and surroundings, it looked only temporary as the temple itself was a converted hall and wasn’t very large. Not like the grand structures we had ...
... to see then I got to participate in the march and then see the prayer. At the prayer it was a little overwhelming and incredibly moving but at the same time it was one of thoses moments where I can look back and see the turning points in my life. It's kinda hard to explain but before this trip I think I had one mind set and now with the experiences I have had has changed my mind set and how I view the world and people. What the most amazing ...
The monkeys out here are absolutely hilarious! I was able to observe their social interactions and mannerisms as I did yoga on the roof. The roof happens to be one of their ...
... juesque-là et aussi moins agressifs.
Après Dalhousie, on a continué d’avancer dans la vallée vers la ville de Chamba. Sur la route, on est passé par Khajiar, que les indiens nomment 'la petite Suisse’. C’est tout simplement une grande prairie avec un lac, mais les touristes indiens y viennent en masse pour faire du cheval. Chamba est à une altitude de 1000m et il faisait de nouveau chaud. Dans le centre il y a un grand terrain où il y a toujours plein ...
... people dressed surprisingly casually. No way would I had dared gone to see the upcoming Buddha after Maitreya (Buddha #6) looking like many of those people. It just didn't show proper respect.
And it's not like they didn't have the resources to dress up. One group brought a thangka to be blessed that was an eye-popping masterpiece of not a small proportion. It was probably worth more than all my thangkas combined. Most of them were dressed in jeans ...