Mussoorie - Pine Hill, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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... impossible for many. In the earlier years, people tried to persuade him to marry, but Tapovanji Maharaj shunned it all, and remained'immovable like a mountain and majestic like the sea’.He remarked once that he would get married, and when they saw whom he married, they would not regret it. He was married to the Lord, wedded to the life of asceticism. He was the personification of brahmacarya; brahmani carati iti brahmacäré – his mind ...
... and so honest and open to speak with us. It makes a change from the usual touting and pestering which can be so tiresome and infuriating. Although not the most chatty of drivers he tells us he was not born in Dehra Dun and that Mussourie ‘is nice holiday for all tourists’. It’s actually been really nice to travel at this time of year and we’ve had the chance to meet some really great Indian families along the way. The weather is sometime stifling but ...
... the shop at 7am!! Arrived in uttarkashi 6 hours later and we try to find out about some trekking here as its the source of the Ganges and meant to have some great walks. It's so hard to find out info everyone says you have to have a guide and apparently some of the walk is closed due to too much snow but no one seems to really know or can be bothered to find out! We decide to do the dodital trek on our own which is meant to be a nice 3 day trek.
... before now because I was sick for the past week. Well, all the stars lined up for me to make the trip today: I had a great, filling breakfast of my new cereal. I was able to go to the toilet and empty myself first thing in the morning, which meant that I would not need to seek out a toilet during the day in Dehra Dun. (Such things are an issue when traveling in India. Finding a clean toilet away from one’s hotel is not something to be taken for ...
... in no mood to take no for an answer.
I have my theories about why there are so many rapes in India. Actually it’s not at all difficult to figure out: First of all, Indian society values male children over female ones. Sons are seen as a blessing; daughters as a burden. (Which they are, in fact, practically speaking, as women have to pay a dowry to get married rather than men, in contrast to how things work in Thailand, where female children are seen ...