Hotel Padmini Nivas
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... So we therefore had to adjust our
project in order to account for this minor complication.
After our morning plot fiasco, we had a couple lectures in the morning. One was on
forest biodiversity throughout India, and the other was given by the primary
field veterinarian in India, Dr. Parag ****m. This man’s crazy awesome job has
him travelling all over the country in order to subdue various fauna, including
large mammals like ...
... them to come again. The gorgeous orange renders the sunset an
amazing myriad of colors that puts everything around as if a poetry in
About 180 Degree Resorts: Located right in the middle of Kanatal hill
station 180 Degrees Resort is built to serve those tourists who love a
boutique environment. It offers a very beautiful view into the majestic
Gharwal hills, where the sprawling valleys give ...
... the back of his motor scooter in the direction of Happy Valley.
After he dropped off his bank books to be processed, he showed me the nearby Tibetan Buddhist temple. While we were at the temple, Dr. Singhal got me to spin the Buddhist prayer wheel – to try to get my stocks to go up. (They’ve been on a gut-wrenching tailspin lately.) If spinning these prayer wheels makes my stocks rise, I’m going to convert from atheism to Buddhism.
... s change places. I don’t want to sit by the farang.” Whoa! I found her comment shockingly insulting, so I said to her (in Thai), “Why don’t you want to sit next to me? Are you afraid of farangs?” Trying to recover from her insulting statement, she came up with the excuse that “Uh – what I meant was that I wanted to sit by the window.” Ha. Nice try, but there are more polite ways to say that you want to sit by ...
Before coming to Rishikesh we both had limited to no experience with meditation. Essentially the exercise part of yoga, or the asana, is to strengthen one’s body and calm the mind to prepare for meditation. There is a strong focus on back and hip strength and flexibility in yoga, to gain the strength to sit in a full lotus meditation position for long periods of time. As a beginner, it is the best idea to not go longer than 30 ...