Hotel Saratha Rajans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to what you pay!) Beyond this building, and past the large Nandi (cow statue), the streets are very busy with large numbers of shops selling enormous quantities of chillies and garlic, and another area devoted to bananas (see photo - must be wholesale!) Food -- apart from the in-hotel breakfast, we have continued to eat at the popular local veggie restaurants - tasty and spicy of course. Drink - a lot of water, with cola ...
... temples and it is closed for cleaning and restoration every twelve years. The detail carvings and paintings are awesome and I am really pleased to have finally been here to see the sights as I have wanted to visit this place for over thirty years. Our final visit today was to the Mahatma Gandhi museum which included the blood stained shirt he wore on the day when he was ...
... or administering some kind of rites.
Through the streets to find a spice market, and believe it or not a small suitcase to carry all of our newly acquired items. The cows had now taken on a new look with their colourful paint jobs. Bought spices, nuts, dried fruit, you name it. Back to the temple market and bought nothing, but saw a long line of tailors in front of their sewing machines. Shirts or pants in less than ...
... Since the visas got messed up again and we have to fly back early, the internship got cut short... So this internship went from 3 weeks here to 1.5 weeks... Well we will still do and learn a ton!
My Rain is a company that was started by a University of Minnesota graduate about two years ago. He entered the Acara Challenge (actually a class at the UofM), where they submit plans to help India in some way. He had this company as a business plan ...
... in India. We learned so much about this ancient culture that goes back 6000 years. We even became certified Yoga Therapists who studied the most ancient medicine on Earth, Ayurveda, the Science of Life and Longevity. We have gained so much through this experience that we may not ever know the full impact of incredible India.
Here are some memorable moments from our India adventure. We hope to some day return to this magical land.