Hotel Madhuban Highlands
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... To Tapovanji Maharaj, tapasmeant constant contemplation on the Truth.
∑ Such was the tapas of Swami Tapovan Maharaj at the levels of body, speech, mind & Intellect.
Thus ended our day in satsang reflecting on the Tapas of Swami Tapovanji Maharaj.
rathyš-carpata viracita-kanthaý puŽyšpuŽya-vivarjita-panthaý – Bhaja Govindam, verse 22
IshvaraDarshan, chapter 6
... place and proceeded to walk out the door. They promptly lowered their price to 800 rupees and we just kept walking. The last price we heard as we were walking off into the sunset was 500 rupees. I think we could have gotten a room there for 300 rupees, or about six dollars, as the place was totally empty. Even though it was a rather decent place, it was located off the main roads, so they don’t get much passing traffic. That greatly diminishes ...
... behavior and expectations. (Aside from the noise Indians feel compelled to make, Indian males can’t resist harassing Western women travelers.) So as much as I like visiting India, given a choice, I would always opt for hotels that don’t allow Indians to stay there.
Mussoorie, Thursday, 28 March, 2013
I woke up at 2:30 in the morning, unable to sleep anymore – most likely due to having slept so much during the day yesterday. I had ...
... away. How mature! My conclusion is that Indians don’t like being complained to – especially by a foreigner. Later I spoke to the very nice housekeeping guy who is responsible for my floor and he told me that there were 13 children in this group of three families and that the hotel had had many complaints about them. Of course the hotel didn't do anything to them. They should have thrown these people out. If there are no consequences ...
... every morning and drank Tulsi tea with the
rest of the fellow students. After tea we cleared our nasal passages with netti
pots; warm salty water that we put in each nostril that would flow out the
opposite nostril. I went into this with some pretty strong thoughts on how I
felt about voluntarily putting water into my nose but after awhile I truly
appreciated it and plan to keep up the practice when I return home (and have
easy access to warm, potable ...