Hotel Padmini Nivas
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... not sight-seeing/adventure etc. It is to realize the Goal of Life & means to achieve it.
· Swami Tapovanji sanctified Himalayas also and brought it more fame. (Tirthi kurvanti tirthani)
· Wandering in the Himalayas(Himagiri-Viharam is the original name) is one of his best books.
· A Fearless lover of Himalayas and a wanderer, he left no range unexplored. Wandered bare-foot everywhere.
2) Om Shri ...
... 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 ...
... one of those little pills last night, my voice seems to be back to normal. Amazing! Unfortunately I am still unable to sing, and I won’t even say how bad I am on the piano.
While Gregory went for breakfast (I had already had my cereal in my hotel room), I visited the pharmacist to order some more of Scott’s medicine that he hopes will help him beat his cancer. The pharmacist, who is by now becoming a friend, ordered the medicine and told ...
... we decided to leave early , around 6.30am to miss ...
... library at the ashram..I felt like a kid in a sweetshop now actually having some time to read...reading loads of yoga and philosophy and Dalai Lama, Gandhi.. feel so inspired and ready to share all I learn when I get home..
After Rishikesh I left with a lovely American and Indian girl to Haridwar.. the holy capital where nightly pujas (fire ceremonies) are carried out devotionally by the locals and tourists who light a flower arrangement from wicks soaked in ...