The Claridges Nabha Residence
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... of renunciation. After giving it due thought, at the age of thirty-four years, he performed the prescribed rituals of sannyńsa all alone on the banks of the river Narmada and adopted the name Tyagananda. His ideals for taking this step were Buddha, Vivekananda and Swami Rama Tirtha– all of whom had taken sannyńsa by themselves.
Though he had taken sannyńsa by himself, when people insisted that he should get formal initiation from a ...
... obvious fit of insanity. It’s only a walkway long but there are 5 people working there. The Indian tradition of over staffing has not escaped this place. One womans’ job is to walk next to us, tell us not to touch the tank at every new one and state the name of each fish which she reads from the placard we are also reading. We decide to pass on the restaurant in the aquarium after passing many empty tanks and walk along Camel Back Road on good recommendation ...
... with my fun. My breakfast consisted of a couple of slices of soggy toast, jam that was way too pink, and tea. I was a touch leary of food right now. Soon, we packed up. Time for rafting. I talked to my body and told it the plan. All else would have to be put on hold til later in the day. I packed up my backpack and put it in the jeep. The rafting was to end at Rishikesh so I would only have to grab my bag and hike home about twenty minutes. We made our way to the raft. Once again I ...
... is next to impossible: Indian hair is more similar to Westerner’s hair than Thai hair is. Thai barbers are used to cutting thick, straight hair, which is not the kind of hair that I have. So invariably, they mess my hair up when they try to cut it. And usually, they blame me – or rather, my hair – for the bad haircuts. I was starting to think it was my fault – until this good haircut that I had here yesterday. Now I know that it ...
... Then today in Mussoorie, I was at the Tourist Information Office requesting a local map, and the guy working there also commented on how nice my hat was. (Come to think of it, when I was in Chiang Mai at the end of 2011 escaping the Great Flood, an American tourist also complimented me on my hat, mentioning how well it suited me.) So I think we can agree that it is one heck of a cool hat.
Now some comments about contemporary life in India: It seems like ...