The Claridges Nabha Residence
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... the opportunity to travel to the true Himalayas. Mussoorie was an amazing place to visit, and I definitely want to go back sometime soon. Seeing the dynamic between the forest
officers and Sanji village was also an eye opener, and an interesting aspect to
Indian conservation. The village itself, though, was beautiful and a unique
opportunity to have the fortune of seeing. Oh, and shooting the guns was pretty
fun, I guess.
Quick note, which I ...
... Poojya Gurudev, both of them were from Kerala and both of them knew English very well. Yet, Swami Tapovanji chose to teach Poojya Gurudev in Hindi. Gurudev would listen in Hindi, understand the points and write the notes in english. Poojya Gurudev lived with Tapovanji in Rishikesh, Uttarkashi and Gangotri, moving between these places according to the climate. At Uttarkashi Gurudev lived in a mountain cave with another disciple. He had ...
Today Dr. Singhal’s shop is closed due to a nationwide strike of pharmacists. The reason for the strike is to protest a new regulation being put forth by the government that would require pharmacists to keep detailed records of all antibiotics that they sell, including photocopying the IDs of the customers they sell them to. At first I thought that this seemed like a reasonable idea, but Dr. Singhal gave me the Indian take on things:
... cleaner at that time of the night. So I crawled into bed and tried not to think about the dead bugs all around me. I’ll post a picture of the bugs and if anybody can identify them for me, please let me know (a) what they are; (b) why they decided to take over my apartment; and (c) how can I get rid of them? (After I cleaned them up in the morning, more of them kept coming into my apartment – all of the new ones being alive.) I’ve been smashing the disgusting little creatures all ...
... Afterward, they will return to Thailand, open businesses, and exploit Thais – as their forefathers have been doing for generations.
Mussoorie, Easter Sunday, 31 March, 2013
To celebrate Easter, and to conserve the little sugarless cereal that I have left (until I can find some more of it), I had breakfast at the omelet place. Mr. Omelet even wished me a happy Easter. He always seems quite pleased to see me as I’m one of the ...