Soorya Heritage Inn
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... it's no Hyde park, not exactly 'maintained' but peaceful all the same. We found some more temples and had a look at some of the local shops with the beautiful jewelry. Pundacherry was under French rule back in the day and it changed it's name from Pondicherry in 1996. There's some lovely French colonial buildings still in the French quater so many photos were taken! Back to the ashram to refresh and work out the next leg, which looks like it's ...
... their 'consciousness'. They say that the central dome is not a tourist attraction but is a place for 'concentration'. Natural light is channeled into a beam that enters a pure white room, into a crystal ball in the centre. Surrounding the dome there're mediation rooms each dedicated to a concept like 'peace'. There are no religions, as they believe it divide people but residents are free to be 'spiritual'. People pay a fee to stay and they need cash to interact with the ...
... an Indian spiritual guru known for teaching that, through meditation and yoga, one can find his inner self. Sri Aurobindo is also known for openly supporting Indian independence from Britain.
One of Sri Aurobindo's most devoted followers was a French woman named Mira Alfassa who is affectionately known in India as the Mother. Strangely enough, photos of the Mother in her elder years show a woman who looks less European and more Indian. ...
Pondicherry, also known at the 'French India' as the French acquired the state in 1674 and held control, with occasional interruption from the British and Dutch, until 1954, the city still has a small French community today who run guesthouses or beautiful boutiques and patisseries. We had pictured the city in The Life of Pi and hoped it would offer a gentle introduction to our travels. We soon realised it was more Tamil Nadu India ...
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