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... we walked around the park enjoying the peace and tranquility especially compared to the busy streets of the old town that we had just walked through, we noticed that there were lots of people paying attention to us and we became keenly aware of the fact that we were the only non-Indian people inside the park. At first it was a little uncomfortable when a family asked to have their picture taken with Bree and I, but they were so nice and friendly that we ...
... succession and I had 4 different types of curry lashed onto my plate and 2 chapattis dropped into my hand. The rows of carpet are wide enough for 2 people who sit back to back so you end up facing a row of people as the next part fills up. Only being met with smiles and hellos was a nice change from the usual stairs and confusion I've had across much of India. The room emptied around me and the rest of my group and started filling from the far corner again, turns out were not very good ...
... houses many statues of gods and goddesses
with the sacred seat of Pujya Mata Ji in the centre. One of the exciting
aspects of the temple is the fact that you have to walk across caves and little
water channels. One of the most popular attractions at the temple is the ‘Gufa
Vaishno Devi Ji’. Free food is served to visitors at the temple.
ISKCON Amritsar Sri Sri Radha Gokulananda Temple Overview
walking distance form the ...
... her legs crossed the baggy fabric should cover the hole. So we leave the hostel that has been our home for the last 4 nights and jump into a rickshaw to the station. After finally managing to find out which platform our train would be arriving on, a few of the lovely locals helped us by telling us where we should wait on the platform to get on our assigned coach. Once the train arrived, we jumped ...
... a Retreat" ceremony on the border with Pakistan and visiting the Golden Temple. BEATING A RETREAT This ceremony took place at what's called the Asian equivalent of the Berlin Wall. It was an amazing, deafening uproar of an experience! On the border there are 2 gates. Leading up to both from each country's side are amphitheatre style seats, enough for about 4000 on the Indian side. There is a 100m stretch of concrete road going down the centre of the ...