The little holy town of Pushkar, Rajasthan
November 16, 2011 • Photography & Travel, Spiritual Adventures
It’s our last full day in Pushkar. The town is bustling with people as the full moon approaches. It’s the holiest time of the month for a dip in the lake and at this time of the year it is more important than ever.
The group is on their own today having been given the assignment to focus on some exercises from the classes on our spiritual adventure. Some spend a portion of the day meandering the narrow streets in Pushkar and sitting by the ghats along the sacred lake. One of the group members also climbed the nearby hill to the Ganesha temple on top of it.
We’ll share soon the contents of the classes we covered on the trip but here are some photos of life in Pushkar this morning (Nov 6th).
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