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... muscular upright statue of him stands about 40 meters high and looks like a disgruntled ‘Angel of the North’ but without the wings (just clenched fists). Still very dramatic but a little incongruous we thought to the tranquillity and softness of the brand of faith he has established but it did add to the other worldly atmosphere that made Kanyakumari so compelling.
Because of the children’s routine and because Hannah was ...
... street, plus, I was sitting on the left side of the bus beside a local muslim who immediately started chanting and praying. The whole thing was unreal, and lasted a couple of minutes until such time that the bus could negotiate its way through. Fern, sitting at the back of the bus saw the whole scene through the back window, and confirmed it was not a pretty sight!
After a kilometer or so, I asked the guy across the ...
At the Edge of Ourselves:
I slip my sandals off as I walk into class. It’s a show of respect, a sign that one is doing their best to connect with the Earth beneath their feet. My professors do the same, giving their barefooted lectures from a cross legged position. One is on music, accompanied by a traditional performance given right there in the classroom. Another is on philosophy; the 4 stages of life, the aging of humanity, the search for meaning, and ...
I'd made it, the southern tip of India where the 3 seas meet and uncountable pilgrims venture daily.
That night, thanks to some Christmas money from Annie (my aunt) I checked into, what was for me, a little slice of luxury; a proper hotel. The best in town and it was offering me; a clean and ...
... fishermen's boats are lined up andwhere many Indian tourist stroll and enjoy the late afternoon breeze.
Then we see the two monuments in the sea; the 133-feet sculpture of the Tamil poet Tirruvalluvar and the Vivekenanda Rock memorial. Later we find out that they vary in colour
at different times of the day, and they are partly lighted at night. When we look out of our hotel window we can't escape them.