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... and the vedibandha with mouldings – khura, kumbha, purnaratna, kalasa, pattika and kapotali. The jangha has bhadrikas (niches on the bhadras) supporting images (infra). In the four corners are buttresses with niches in the shape of shrines with sikhara rising to almost two third of the ...
... Manali which was literally at the base of the Himalayan Mountains in the northwest part of India not too far from Tibet. It is a cool little town with many rivers and lots of outdoor activities. We spent three days exploring the region and organizing our trip into the mountains. There were ancient buddhist and Hindu temples, small hippie villages with hot springs and great little restaurants in town. We decided to share a jeep with a woman from Taiwan to go up to a ...
... and Hindu temples on a hill in a park setting and populated by rhesus monkeys. This was a bit disappointing as it was completely polluted with souvenir shops. I would have rather gone to a part of the park away from all that, but we were at the mercy of our operator. Nice view of the town. Saturday night we had one last supper together and said our goodbyes. Sunday is a down day. A little shopping for necessities and, since it's raining,curling up for the afternoon with A good ...
... before heading up to the hills. Sandeep arrived a day after us, with his parents in tow. It was a special treat to get to spend time with Sandeep's family, and once our big van was packed up to take us 9 hours to the trailhead, his mom and dad jumped in with us to enjoy the ride to base camp!
... he really told us was where we could and couldn't smoke weed which wasn't really much use! It was nice to chat to him though - it just made us even more excited about the next leg of our journey. I literally cannot wait to get out of India now! Don't get me wrong, it's an amazing country and I would recommend it to anyone...well maybe not some people...!! But for me 3 months here has definitely been enough! I've had the massive culture shock, I've seen ...