Club Mahindra Dharamshala
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The hotel gives you the feel of dharmsala even indoors with its earthy theme based interiors. The back garden has an awesome view of grey mountains with slight snow traces
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To really understand Dharamshala one has to feel it through its culture, rituals, it's prominent Hindu and Buddhist religion,the Tibetan people clad in bright clothes, their talented hand paintings and handicrafts,the simple living and down to earth lifestyle, the saintly atmosphere and the peace of the place that pierces the soul with its …
... frenetic pace, buzzing and chopping furiously to the beat. He either knows what he is doing or doesn't care about the result. Hair complete (very short but okay), he tilts my head to one side then cracks my neck. What the?
Before I could say "how much chiropractic training have you had?" - he had tilted my neck and cracked the other side. I nervously wiggled my toes... can still feel them, I tried not to show my relief.
Next Mukti offers a shave... ...
... as the dentist girl at the hospital, Rinzin. She invited me into a little shop owned by her family. We had a great conversation. Rinzin is a very driven and bright Tibetan girl who was born in Tibet, came over when she was little and educated at TCV (Tibetan Children's Village). Many Tibetan parents send their children to TCV to get a better education, the real price is that these children grow up somewhat estranged from their parents. Rinzin told me her mother passed away ...
... mountains, roadside homes, wandering goats, sheer drops into bottomless valleys. About 20 minutes away from McLeodGanj we rang the hotel as instructed for directions. Raju didnt seem to be getting anywhere and we ended up trying to find our own way. The streets are horrendous, bone shakers, built on the edge of cliffs and Raju had a lot of difficulty negotiating his way around but did so with precision. It was stressful to say the least. Raju was getting ...
... through the basics and do my own personal practice. It turned out that it was a good choice, but I definitely went through a lot of process for it being an intro course. It was time for going in step by step.
The teacher happened to be a Cambridge (England that is) educated middle aged Indian monk who looks like Gandhi. He was a great teacher, although with him and the meditation leader both being men who sat in the front of the room on a higher seat as we all sat in ...