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... throwing snow at each other. We had to keep moving every 10-15 seconds because there would either be a huge zorb chasing you or a ruthless driver taking a couple of tourists to the zero point(peak) in the snow bike at a very high speed. The snow was getting dirty as the number of tourists kept increasing throughout the day. Our feet were getting frostbitten even though we had the long rubber shoes. So we went and sat on the temple steps and started ...
... middle and the light ones on the side. He scared us by giving all the safety instructions. "If anything happens. I'll reach out to you with the rafting paddle, you need to catch the other end and I will pull you. This holds good only if you fall 2-3 metres away. But if you go far I will throw the bag with a rope inside, catch the bag and I will pull you. It will work out till 25 metres. But after 25 help yourself". We ...
... Buddhist monasteries. It is also known as 'Little Lhasa' because it is home to thousands of Tibetan refugees. It is now a major tourist attraction in North India and subsequently I have to say, sadly a little bit tacky. As we ascended further and further up the Himalayas along a treacherous winding road, the faces, young and old, that flashed past us as they raced on to their destinations, transcended from Indian to more oriental looking - high cheekbones, narrower eyes... ...
... tables by the Ugly Family.
*Contemporary Indian philosopher, Tantric author and founder of the Ananda Marga School of Tantric yoga Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar describes the Tantric cult:
"A person who, irrespective of caste, creed or religion, aspires for spiritual expansion or does something concrete, is a Tantric. Tantra in itself is neither a religion nor an 'ism'. Tantra
is a fundamental spiritual science....."
... with motorbikes and tuk-tuks and the occasional car. Is this Bhopal? Perhaps not big enough. The station sign says "Jalgaon Junction". Beyond the city, the plains continue.
We hurtle on through the unending brown, green and sandy flatlands all day - and all night, as far as I'm aware. For now, it's fields of brown as far as the eye can see - must be villages out there somewhere as you can see electricity lines trailing off into the distance.
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