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... assimilated in Hinduism and later entered the Jain pantheon too. Though in Jainism, the rites of her worship include vegetarian offerings, and not the meat and liquor offerings.
In Hindu scripture Devi ...
... case of Indian food poisoning, and it’s pretty much wiped us out for a good 3 or 4 days – poor Scotty was worse, bless him. That said, we are absolutely ok now and back to our usual selves, and a few pounds lighter to boot! We had planned to go on a trek and were all paid up and booked in but it probably wouldn’t have been a good idea in the end as we were struggling to make it to the bathroom, let alone camp in tents and walk up the side of a mountain, ha ha! So ...
... learning slang Tibetan and Hindi words, new dance moves and how to beg) We learnt quite a lot about the Tibetan people, their fight for freedom and the injustices that they have been put through. About their difficulties they face living as refugees or Tibetans in exile. About the difficulties and horrors that their parents and grandparents have been through. About the everyday challenges that teenage Tibetan girls living in India face and the struggles that are yet to ...
... Our time in this little village quickly became characterized by our own little routine, which so often happens with us. We were only having 2 meals a day so began to indulge in some chai and cake in the early evenings while reading. It is so hard to resist when everything from apple pie, chocolate brownie to carrot cake are all baked fresh daily and at 50p a slice it was a bargain!
One thing can be said about Mcleodganj is that you can ...
... Rohtang Pass before the day was done. I shuffled over to the window and peered through the thin curtain:
“Oh. My. God. Tim, you are not gonna believe this”
“Come take a look”
Outside our window, the street was blanketed in snow that was still gently falling in fat, wet flakes. Our poor bikes sulked miserably beneath thick coats of slush. Praying that it was a bizarre ...