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... for a puja or fire ritual that is done outside in the garden area around a larger dooni (fire pit). Everyone who was at the temple including a group of 8 or so men who were all of the same family and had come bearing a truck full of wheat as an offering and several woman in colorful saris (maybe friends or family of the cooks) and us white women joined in the ritual of chanting, offerings of flowers and mixed herbs that were tossed in with each repeating Om ...
... Instead, I now had to shift into high gear. First step: tell the airline staff that I had to get to the front of the security line if I was to have any hope of catching my flight. This they were able to help me do. But even then, I still had to RUN through the airport as fast as I could – all the way wondering if my bag was going to be able to make the transfer as well.
By the time I got to the check-in counter a half a mile away, they had ...
... our way to the marble steps on the riverbank, mentioned earlier. By this time it was 530 and people started to join us, as several young boys in golden hued draped like outfits began to set up instruments and other items under the protective cover. A few minutes later, four of them turned into 40 and the music began. Songs and chants about various Hindu gods were sung and played on great drums. The small crowd clapped and swayed along to the beat. As we neared 7pm the ...
... very good. complete lost in god.
After aarti we went to the near by market and had our snacks..very delicious Samosas and Cold drink. . then we decided to take a bath in sacred Ganga Ji..Water was so cold but somehow we managed to go into it and had great sacred bath. Now we were starving ..and had our food, though it was not good as the lunch. While going back to hotel..we found that there were no conveyance to take us ...
... trekked for about 5 hours, getting in practice for Nepal and reached the snow line. The path started to get treacherous and more snow threatened, after throwing snowballs at each other we then headed back for the warmth of a restaurant.
McLeod left us with some great feelings, it was wonderful to breathe in the cold clean air, be in the mountains and experience the people. We were also left with feeling temporariness to it, there are 10s of thousands of Tibetans exiled ...