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... Tibetian Settlements:
I did not expect so many Tibetans in one place and that too in south India. The settlement is a monastery and we had a privilege of watching them do the ritual. It was an eye opener on not to be prejudicial about what one can expect in an environment. Pictures explain more.
Located by Brahmagiri hill and is the source of famous south Indian river Kaveri. At that time, we criticized worshiping the ...
... pain in my neck, as I must have pulled a muscle in my sleep. Perhaps it was caused by the yoga. I'm so tired from flu but I can't lie down because if I put pressure on my neck shooting pain creeps along my shoulder. It all feels terrible. Later in the day I feel a bit better and with the help of some painkillers, I meet up with Vladimir, the Serbian guy who I met in Kerala. We visit ...
... now on a highway (Yippee Ki Yay!!). We reached Surathkal in about 2.5 hours. Red Rock Cafe was our destination where we sat with Zuzar and his friends. After a beer or two each we felt much better and we relaxed for an hour and a half. We visited the Beach for a quick stroll and then left for Manipal. From Surathkal to Manipal I rode like crazy, pushing the already hard driven Zaira to her limits. We reached in half an hour and ...
No man is a solitary creature.
Each of us is interdependent, locked into the reliance we find in the communion of human souls. There is no escape from this, no recluse which we can retreat to and live in lonesome isolation somewhere beyond humanity. Even the most remote himalayan caves find their connection with the Earth. The rock which forms their walls, the grass which leads to their entrances, and the scenery which links it to all the rest of ...
... Protected Areas in India are administered by a Federal Government Agency (Environment and Forest Department), but are managed locally by State governments. The ranger staff regularly patrols both areas. At night six rangers travel together by jeep and during daytime, they patrol by walking in groups of two looking for illegal activities such as tree cutting, poaching or marijuana cultivation. They also use remote anti-poaching camps as part of their ...