Nirvana At Bekal

Address: P.O Bekal Fort, Bekal, Kerala, 671316, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on P.O Bekal Fort, Bekal.
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      Tu Hi Re @ Arabian sea

      A travel blog entry by jonty11 on Dec 22, 2014

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      With all preparations done and couple of hours sleep, we hit the road at 4:30 am. I was not sure of the Shiradi Ghat passage(its like a lottery system) whether open or closed so took the Coorg route (our own Scotland). Had a good breakfast at Cafe Coorg on Hunsur-Coorg stretch and continued our drive along the misty curves of Coorg. Made a …


      A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Feb 28, 2014

      ... stories with every check out lady at the grocery story. We need only be ready to see her in that space, in those few seconds, on the merit of that moment itself. We must see each other with unflinching honesty and uncompromising sincerity.

      There is a word in the hindu tradition for this. ‘Panchamahayanja’. It means literally “Interconnectedness.” This is the union which hindus feel with other beings, with God, ...

      Deserted beaches and coastal driving

      A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Jan 12, 2014

      7 photos

      ... the corner. Staying here would be ideal, completely out in the sticks, but after asking many people no one had any ideas where I could spend the night.I decided I would take my time and enjoy the village before continuing onto Bekal where I knew there was accommodation. At the end of the beach road there was a small track and so I continued on down this until I was pulling into the front of someone's house. I jumped off and walked along the beach.Just over ...

      My Birthday!!

      A travel blog entry by courtenay on Feb 20, 2013


      ... you chant and make offerings, you treat the deity like it is a guest in your house. It is a really beautiful idea and I have participated in some very nice pujas in the past few years. However, I have never experienced anything like I did at this puja. The Swami was so humble in his worshipping, demonstrated so much devotion and love. He sang the whole puja, without ever stopping. He never looked out, never got distracted by the 8 foreigners sitting and ...


      A travel blog entry by courtenay on Feb 15, 2013

      ... sticks. Although I enjoyed the bus ride, my friends were extremely car-sick by the time we arrived (we took a rickshaw home). In addition to the ATM, we wanted to find fabric to make some clothes. So, we began wandering around the town. We thought we saw fabric in one shop but it turned out that they only carried fabric for making pillows and blankets (do we have separate pillow and blanket fabric shops at home??) But they did tell us to keep walking and we would ...