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... in response to the local climatic conditions as a protection against snowfall. There are several other temples within the complex. The temple of Radha krishna, Shiva Temple of Chandergupta and Gauri Shankar Temple are among these.
Chamunda Devi Temple : This temple is located on the spur of the Shah Madar Hill overlooking the town to its south east. The temple stands on a raised platform. The temple ...
... staying in a room with three other women, one American, one Russian and one Korean. Amanda, the American and I got along together really well right away although I noticed that I had a tendency to label her as American and of course that’s not me (haha), I’ve travelled so much, I have European family, yaddayadda. I just didn’t want to own some parts of me that she pointed out. She’s extremely devoted to her practice and to her guru Lama Zopa ...
... and further up. Triund was at 2500m and we were climbing up to 3100m so it was quite steep overall. The last 30 minutes of the climb was really tough but we managed it and made it to the top! Disappointingly, most of the snow had actually melted so we were greeted with slush and some snow! We did manage to get a few snow angels done though as well as sliding down a slope on our bums as if we were sledging! The mountains were beautiful around us and we had a great view of ...
... people I met in Dharamsala who could attest that these courses are "life changing" and "eye opening". It was one of the hardest things I have ever done - both physically and mentally. I would equate it to the physical and mental strain I would endure during ten days of training for an Olympic sport, or maybe the intensity of a 10-day sleepless coding session a entrepreneurial computer geek might experience. I had a lot of anxiety about the physical pain I would have ...
... himachali food but VEG ONLY, so pure non vegies like us can have some compulsory detox pgme. Nevertheless the food is delectable and mostly made from homegrown veggies so very nourishing and palatable. Some new dishes we tried were Naaspati veg, maadera rajma, kadi etc
Rooms are very basic but neat, tidy and some rooms have att toilets and a spacious veranda to just laze around over books with a flask of tea. The wooden floor is all covered with rugs and ...