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... of renunciation. After giving it due thought, at the age of thirty-four years, he performed the prescribed rituals of sannyńsa all alone on the banks of the river Narmada and adopted the name Tyagananda. His ideals for taking this step were Buddha, Vivekananda and Swami Rama Tirtha– all of whom had taken sannyńsa by themselves.
Though he had taken sannyńsa by himself, when people insisted that he should get formal initiation from a ...
... settled in Mussoorie after the 1959 Tibet rebellion in China. I've read that the first administration of the Dalai Lama in India was established here before it moved to Dharamsala. We had vegetarian momos (steamed dumplings) and some very tasty soup at Kalsang, a Tibetan run restaurant. We’ve seen and eaten momos elsewhere in India, but Kalsang had a many more types of momos than the standard vegetarian and chicken varieties. ...
... and sat by the water. Savouring every moment. Drinking in all the sights and sounds. Feeding my soul. The sun was beginning to set and the sky changing color. I headed back to the camp. I was thinking to myself, a campfire would make this a perfect day. We were sitting by our tents, wondering what time dinner was going to be served when a young man came and said “Snacks” At that moment I noticed at the other side of the camp four chairs had been arranged beside ...
... you paid for your supporters – and then something additional for yourself. And perhaps some of your supporters will also be given jobs in your administration. I suppose that democracy is not much different anywhere else, but for some reason it seems particularly crass and obvious here.
I also spotted an Indian woman wearing a sweatshirt from my alma mater in my hometown in Louisiana, LSU – Louisiana State University. I asked the woman ...
... sure that I want to move around anymore than I have to. Being in India is a lot easier that traveling in India.)
Now about my hat: I wasn’t going to mention it, but now that I’ve had two compliments on it, I feel obliged to tell about it: When I was in Chennai, I was walking around town wearing my favorite safari/traveling hat. A young fellow coming in the opposite direction couldn’t resist blurting out to me, “Nice cap ...