Hotel Ramanashree Richmond Circle
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... are listening to music by themselves or just talk to their neighbors. But Indian students handle that differently. It starts with a Bollywood song, and then the chaos starts. Everyone gets up and starts dancing in the tiny hallway. Then there I was, sitting and watching. It was amazing. It took me a while to set aside my shame and to sing along with the (non-Bollywood) songs I knew. After a while they wanted me to sing solo, so I taught them ...
... ideas and resources regarding the study of sedimentary and igneous rocks, early childhood rhymes, songs and poems. (all areas in which the teachers requested assistance.)
Classrooms number over 30 students, which is not unusual for Indian schools and the physical size of the classroom barely accommodates that number of children sitting on the floor in straight rows. The ...
... the small shops by the side of the road and glad we went ahead and tried it.
One last unrelated to the days events I would like to note is that if you have heard that India has issues with the power supply at least from the perspective of Bangalore it's true. There have been consistent outages of the main power supply at buildings. Usually they only last a minute or so sometimes up to 10 but so far never real long. ...
... of rest and relaxation, we only had a couple of days to go. With little expectations and knowledge about what we were going to see, we set off early on our tour. The morning was spent visiting various temples including the Rajarajeshwari Temple, the ISKON Temple and the Prasanna Anjaneya Temple. At the ISKON Temple, we took a look around and then made our way inside to see the shrines to Krishna and Radha. The scene within the temple was amazing. The passion and ...