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Sat overlooking the very pretty Doon valley below perched up on our ridge at 2000m we got stuck into our complimentary breakfast which was very butter heavy, had to scrape most of it off the toast! We pottered down the hill towards Gandhi Chowk at the western end of the ridge and soon found the start of Camel Back Road which is a 3km promenade that skirts the side of the ridge. We were super lucky as much of the time Mussoorie is shrouded in clouds but today it was clear ...
... dhoti and a blanket. One meal a day which had 2 chappatis and some dal soup which was liquid. He also sought Bhiksha and brought to Swami Tapovanji. He took bath in icy Ganges twice a day. There was only a small hut for stay of Gurudev at gangotri. He could only sit erect and stretch the legs as there was not enough space to stand erect in the hut which he shared with Swami Sunderanandaji and some other disciples. Poojya ...
... government inspectors. It works like this: The government makes impossible-to-fulfill requirements. The government inspectors come around to see that the requirements are being fulfilled. The requirements are not being fulfilled because they are impractical. The pharmacist pays the government inspector a bribe to look the other way. So would anything really get solved by this new regulation? Obviously not.
So in order to try to avoid having to pay off ...
“Mussoorie, Queen of the Hills, located some 290 km north of New Delhi, capital of India, is among the most popular hill stations in India. It’s a leisure traveler’s and honeymooner’s paradise that captivates the onlookers. A perfect summer resort and a major educational centre has rolled into one hub. Located on a 15 km long horseshoe ridge with the grand Himalayas as a backdrop, the colonial hill resort of Mussoorie ...
... declined his request (politely, I might add, with a “No thank you.”). I guess I’m just getting tired of being looked at as a pretty face – a lovely object to be photographed and show to friends back in Delhi as an example of youthful male perfection. Seriously, though, it is a strange feeling to have people come running up to me and asking to be photographed with me. Yesterday I allowed one such request to be fulfilled, then other people ...