The Devdar

District Chamba, Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh, 176314, India | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Khajjiar

    Day 27 and 28

    A travel blog entry by marieolson on Aug 11, 2013

    1 comment

    ... out for desserts and of course the vodka purse came along to the bar just in case the bar didn't make the drinks strong enough. We ended up meeting with the volunteer coordinator and he took the group of us out to a club that closed at 1230 which I thought was a little bit strange and then we got there and I completely understood why lit closed so early. I don't know if it was just because we are white or if the club ...

    Golden Temple/ Meditation Course/ Tibetan Families

    A travel blog entry by yiasia on Nov 19, 2012

    16 photos

    ... us (and others in many cases) suffering. We have the ability to recognize that we do not know the true reality of things and therefore are able to prevent suffering due to attachment.

  • Prostrating (bowing down) to the statues of Buddha or the teachers isn't actually bowing down to the Buddha or the teachers, it's bowing down to the enlightened mind and the teachings. "Look at it like a dipper: It won't fill up unless you lower it into the water". It's ...

  • Dharamsala – No it’s not a curry!

    A travel blog entry by tomandevebaker on Sep 01, 2012

    8 photos

    ... the once-in-a-lifetime experience. The Dalai is certainly an inspirational and intelligent man, with some useful life-lessons and some good one-liners: 'Happiness is not something ready made, it comes from our own actions'. But it’s safe to say, neither of us will be shaving our heads or moving in with the monks any time soon. As with any kind of lecture, you take what you want with a pinch of salt, and a cup of chai.


    Peace and Quiet

    A travel blog entry by scottandamy on Mar 01, 2012

    5 comments, 18 photos

    ... television so watch this space! We learnt the memorial was for a women in Tibet who set herself on fire leaving 3 young children orphaned. She could no longer cope with the frustrations she faced in tibet. They are a minority in their own country, the chinese make them renounce being tibetan and a buddhist and are sent for re-education. Those who do not do this are punished, tortured or jailed. Many tibetans live in camps not very different ...

    The silence was deafening - And I loved it!

    A travel blog entry by farrellgilmour on Jul 24, 2011


    ... incredible. Over the centuries all religions have become muddled. The Buddha said, "don't worship me!" and yet look at the amount of people who think of Buddha as a god. He was an ordinary guy (well besides being a prince). I sortof mentioned this when writing about the Dalai Lama and his 3 day lectures hidden inside the promise of an initiation. Faith is not enough, it should be logical, and you should come to this conclusion ...