❀ I feel like I have so much to do lately yet when I catch a free moment, I don’t know where to start! so many games I want to finish, anime’s I have to catch up on and manga’s I need to resume ू(ʚ̴̶̷́ .̠ ʚ̴̶̷̥̀ ू) ❀
I have already left India but here are some of my favorite spots in India so far based on what I’ve seen:
1. Sun Temple, Jaipur- with its quiet, simple ancient structures, glowing beautifully at sunset with many monkeys, cows and rats running around in the background, it makes a perfect spot for meditation overlooking the whole of Jaipur (don’t worry the animals stay away). FREE entry.
2. Big Banyan Tree, Arambol, Goa-a peaceful, beautiful & massive Banyan tree temple in amongst nature found in the middle of an area which was once used for sacrifice and rituals. It was also once used as a meditation spot for The Beatles. A nice reprieve from the touristy area of Arambol. FREE.
3. Triveni Ghat, Rishikesh- a holy space for fire ceremony: Aarti next to the Ganga River in the section of Rishikesh where most of the locals stay. There are not many tourists that attend this Aarti as mostly tourists attend the Aarti at Parmath Niketan Ashram closer to Tapovan. Drumming and dancing follows after this Aarti which is fun to watch or join in on! FREE.
4. Anand Prakash Ashram, Tapovan, Rishikesh- a home away from home which I have already visited twice and is a space where I trained to be a yoga teacher, met many amazing people from around the world, participated in many challenging yoga and meditation sessions, painted, sang Kirtan songs to my hearts content and will continue to visit for as long as I’m able to come visit India in the future.
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I so do this! 😂😂😂 I write a list everyday, and all last week I've just carried over the money that I owe my husband, each day. I'm up to £300 now!
But I always manage to cross off 'wake up', 'get washed', 'clean teeth' 'walk dogs' etc 🤣