Vivanta by Taj Yeshwantpur
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... sufficiently. It demonstrated a community banding together with a common goal to raise the consciousness of individuals to adopt sustainable living practices, which in affect has social impact to inspire a new way of thinking and make lifestyle changes.
“In order to make progress or to do anything a man [sic] must awake from his sleep. A community must likewise awaken from the sleep of backwardness, of living day-to-day without concern for the future.” ~ ...
... what we have in the United States, but much busier. Also, they had pool tables for customers to play on in the common area, as well as a small train-like vehicle to take children on rides. Taco Bell has now opened here, although no beef appears on the menu. I am told that McDonald's has adopted its menu in a similar fashion, serving veggie-burgers and chicken, but not beef. A number of their offerings have ...
... and walked around the deity which was also decorated in garlands. The main steeples topping both temples are ornately decorated with colorfully painted statues of other deities and smaller versions of the main deity.
After collecting our footwear, we wandered through the park adjacent to the temples. Meghan was fascinated by all the tropical plants that were new to her but not so keen on the hundreds of bats flying about the tops of the trees in ...
... Then good fun in a tuk tuk to go to a bank for a few extra pennies.
Had my first pedi by a guy - manican? :) was super, followed by happy hour in tower we are in - no other women! worlds behind in many ways this India.
Lovely veg dinner before heading to bed before Yoga Retreat in a.m. and R to work.
... br> On the road, we passed a bunch of smaller temples on our way to lunch. Lunch was at a government-run kitchen that was actually very clean. Again, I attempted to order using the "what's your favorite thing?" method. It failed miserably. The guy wouldn't pick just one thing. He kept saying "we have this and this and this" and pointed to the whole menu. Eventually I settled on Aloo Matar, just to see how different it would be from the Aloo ...