Hotel Snowcrests Manor
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... architecture known as Nagara style of temples
The Svayambhu form of Sivalinga is enshrined in the sanctum of the temple that has five projections on each side and is surmounted with a tall curvilinear Shikhara. The entrance to sanctum is through a vestibule that has a large square Mandapa in front with ...
... the 136 people who have self immolated since 2009. I find it crazy that they number of people can feel that strongly about it that they're not just willing to commit suicide but to do it in the most horrific, painful way (setting themselves on fire). It's also crazy that I hadn't seen any of this on the news. It took just (!) one self immolation to spark the whole of the Arab spring...
April the 22nd was world Earth day so Matt, Susie and I donned ...
... easy to get comfortable and sink into the rhythm of life : yoga, breakfast, class, lunch, class, run or read, supper, class, visit, bed. One could live like this for a long time as long as there's wifi. What the heck was it I did at work, and why do I have to go back? Oh well, the time will come and I will get home and back into the swing of things and I will be very, very happy to be back with all the folks I know and ...
... is fairly chilled and we have a great tour leader, a chap named Pavar from Mumbai. Although the itinerary is set in terms of where we stay there is plenty of flexibility and Pavar is great at reading the group and putting plans together that work for us. Most of the places we are staying do not serve alcohol but Pavar has been able to smuggle in the odd beer and some Indian Rum which is being appreciated by those ...
... as before all these steps. Anyway, I am on my way to lose my ego with the Dalai Lama over the next 4 days.
On the walk to the Temple with the ever growing crowd of Hindu's, Sihk's, Tibetan's, Westener and Asian tourists and a large crowd of domestic tourists. We pass cows chewing through last night's rubbish, jewellery sellers, beggars with leprosy, sellers of cushions, Indian women beggars with babies asking for money or milk ...