The Claridges Nabha Residence
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... during such visits that the Saumyakasisa Stotram was composed. After the worship everyday, seated in the temple, he would compose a few verses as a prayer. Thus was born the Saumyakasisa Stotram, a gist of many Upanishads.
· Even during his young days in Kerala, he used to wake up at 3 a.m. and go for long walks every day. After präëäyäma, he would bathe. Then he would be lost in samädhi for long spells. This habit he continued even in ...
... at the Tibetan Temple set in happy valley, the atmosphere here is serene and peaceful. Then we went up to some other Buddist temple that is fairly new, grubby and uninspiring but with a wonderful view On the way back we stopped at the Mussoorie municipal gardens, very beautiful and well maintained with hot houses full of flowers, there's a fun park for the kids here too. On a clear day, which this one wasn't! you can see the snow ...
... behind us!! After crouching for a bit we decide to come out of hiding and take another look....this time the coast is clear. It is safe to say we actually pooped our pants! Sat by a river for 7 hours which was boring even with books cards and a packed lunch we were fidgety! Went for another walk and saw tiger prints again already we are pretty nervous by this, then we here striding in the jungle towards us and a gut renching roar right next to us, try ...
... The rest of the walk we spent looking for a toilet for Gregory. And, following in my footsteps – both literally and figuratively, Gregory came down with diarrhea – for the first time in his 18 trips to India. (Recall that my bout of diarrhea on this trip was my first time in four trips to India.) So there might be something about Mussoorie that induces diarrhea in foreigners. We then hurried back to the hotel so that Gregory could stay close to a ...
... sure that I want to move around anymore than I have to. Being in India is a lot easier that traveling in India.)
Now about my hat: I wasn’t going to mention it, but now that I’ve had two compliments on it, I feel obliged to tell about it: When I was in Chennai, I was walking around town wearing my favorite safari/traveling hat. A young fellow coming in the opposite direction couldn’t resist blurting out to me, “Nice cap ...