Le Sutra - The Indian Art Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... and Abhishek to the cofee table on Juhu Versova link road. The
backbenchers decided to do something which we had never done in our school life, to help the class achieve success!! We got on a hunt for Sunil Singh at DN Nagar bld. no. 23 , only to find his
house has been converted to an office.Luckily my friend from Div E Harshal Kadu stayed there and a quick chat with his mom got me calling him in BOrivali. He must have been shocked ...
... having all of them explained to us - they are all incarnations of Krishna !!! Of course !
As we approached the courtyard the heavens opened, I have never actually seen rain coming down in straight rods in real life, it was amazing and the noise was thunderous. If we could have jumped straight in the taxi to the hotel I would have gone and danced in the rain ! We both realized that we need new glasses because the ...
... central reservation, a large circle of 3-4 year old girls sitting on the rubbish, delicately picking up the refuse search for anything worthwhile, crippled adults and children hobbled across the road with sacks of rubbish on their back, kids ******** in the streets, mothers and tiny, emaciated babies weaving through the cars, tapping on the windows with desperate expressions and hands outstretched. One little girl knocked on our window and ...
... we’re all like the little slum communities that HEAL tries to help. All of us get a little lost, are afraid, need guidance, and most importantly need someone to believe in us and tell us that we can become something more than what we currently are. That’s what HEAL is all about—helping others to realize their capacity, their inherent worth, their rights, and their ability to band together to ...
... of god: the creation, the protection and the destruction of the universe. Ravananugratha Murti (Ravana crushed under Kailasa) A carving depicting Ravana attempting to uproot Kaikasa, the sacred home of Shiva. Yogishwara Shiva (Shiva in meditation) Self explanatory and last in the series of principal sculptures. On my way out of the main temple complex I am attacked by a fierce monkey. I am carrying a small drink carton and that's ...