Category Archives: India

Spiritual India

My journey of re-discovery found fulfillment at the Sacred Spirit festival in Nagaur. Under the patronage of the Maharaja of Jodhpur, Nagaur a 12th century Fort in the desert hinterlands of Rajasthan with complex inner layers of courtyards, fountains and … Continue reading

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Royal India

What better occasion to celebrate a next to momentous birthday than to attend ¬†the World Sacred Spirit Festival in Nagaur, Northern India under the patronage of the Maharaja of Jodhpur and Sting. Since it involved a bit of a trek … Continue reading

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Rural India:eternal love affair 

While the stories on India focus on its crowded cities, Bollywood and the myriad issues and problems of this fascinating country, I rediscovered an India where the majority of its 1+ billion population spend lives far removed from the hectic … Continue reading

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Ancestral India

A year later and I am back in India. Bombay welcomed me with open arms. Jet Lag and disorientation could not diffuse the excitement and energy of being back. After a day of bleary vision and lethargy we set off … Continue reading

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And so it ends where it began!

As I sit in Hongkong in virtually the same spot as when we arrived here two months ago, filled with anticipation and excitement at what the journey would bring, it dawns on me that those anticipatory thoughts were not only … Continue reading

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Days are flying by

It is with some sadness that I contemplate the end of my trip. Next week at this time I will be in the air winging it towards Chicago and then Minneapolis. It’s been so filled with wonderful experiences, meeting old … Continue reading

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A land of contrasts: Bombay to Vana

Leaving the bustle and craziness of Bombay for the tranquility of Vana might have foretold nervous system tremors, but the adjustment was welcome and instant. Bombay is the city of my heart and will always remain so though I find … Continue reading

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