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We were all looking forward to spending a few days at the renovated Taragarh Palace. This regal estate was built (and is still owned) as a retreat by the Royal Family of Jammu and Kashmir. The heritage portion of the property has the glamourous feel of the early part of the 1900's with rich wood paneling and pre Deco style decorations. The hallway …
Why are peeps part of Easter anyway? More importantly, what is the purpose of peeps? Those are questions I came up with after typing this most random title :) I might as well start today's journal so that you, my beloved friends back home, are not worried. I am well, still a little out of shape from the many bacterial insults from yesterday but I must say, modern medicine plus my mediocre medical knowledge works wonders. I was pretty much healed instantaneously. ...
... good thing I hate that word and do not use it) and that there are many false believes about Christians amongst local Indians which spread to the Tibetan community. Oh lovely! I told them about my passion and they told me an Indian Christian surgeon in Manali who is their contact person at the monastery. This particular surgeon used to work at Delek hospital as well. Medical care, they stressed to me, turned out to be a major way of getting to know the Tibetan community and ...
Bajreshwari Devi Temple ------------kangra
It is not known when Bajreshwari Devi was built. History reports that the temple was attacked in 1009, by Mohammed Ghazni, a Muslim ruler . In 1905, a devastating ...
... br> DHAULADHAR About a kilometer and a half from the shrine is an all weather water-fall known as ‘dhaulidhar’ where the guru used to take his daily bath, and is thus regarded very sacred.
The most important ceremony at the shrine is the hoisting of the flag ‘Jhanda Sahib’ ...