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This is the final day of my trip to India and the last day of this blog while traveling. Our visit to Sarnath was enlightening, as Buddha would want, I think. We visited the great Buddhist temple with its fine grounds, saw the enormous stupa located nearby, and stopped by … Continue reading
We were off early this morning to the Ganges River for the morning ceremony, getting out on a boat in the river to see the sunrise and the pilgrims at the water’s edge bathing and being part of the blessed river. The crowd was smaller than yesterday evening, but the … Continue reading
We were up very early this morning to catch a flight from Nagpur to Delhi, and then on to Varanasi, where we arrived about 12 noon. Varanasi is the oldest inhabited city in the world, dating back a few thousand years, and is located on the Ganges River. It is … Continue reading