“To find real joy in this life, you need to follow a spiritual path” Sri Sakthi Amma…Om Namo Narayani…
Yesterday I thought to myself…”I haven’t made a mala for so long!” So today I rectified that…one purple mala finished this morning. The tassle I made myself from antique batik material I bought in Bali. The pearls and beads are … Continue reading
There is something about markets and me…they go together! Just the thought of visiting a market makes me glow with expectation. I actually don’t even have a compulsion to buy anything at the markets, although I invariably do, but I … Continue reading
I had a real giggle when I saw this sign. It was positioned right inside the water fountain at the UB City Mall in Bangalore. I adore these “classic sights” of India.
One of the things I adore in India is roadside business. Whether it is buying my daily paper, flowers for my hair or a curbside chai the feeling is always the same…pure happiness. This delight doubles when you stay in … Continue reading
My beautiful friends Edo and Jo made their target on Pozible to make their two new kirtan albums next year…YIPPEE! I can’t wait for these new albums to arrive in March 2014.
Here is a lovely thank you from them.
One of things that I adore so much about India is the amazing things you see in such unlikely places. On my last trip to Bangalore I saw this horse and cart transporting some wooden planks. “That sounds quite normal” … Continue reading
I’m always amazed and impressed by people who can juggle. How about juggling and eating your juggling items at the same time? On my last trip to the Sri Narayani Vidyalaya School in Thirumalaikodi the children there got to see this live! … Continue reading
The gorgeous city of Mysore can be found in southern Karnataka, India. When you visit Mysore make sure to include the Maharaja’s Palace on your “must see” list. This grand old building will delight and captivate you. After you finish … Continue reading
You know you are in India when you see your Guru depicted in graffiti. Padma and I were delighted to see Sri Sakthi Amma graffiti in Thirumalaikodi.