India is a unique country
India is a unique country in which the Middle Ages organically intertwines with the most modern present. The riot of cultural diversity, the peaceful coexistence of the most varied traditions…

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EASY MAGIC THINGS OR OUR FIRST GOA
After hearing how enlightened and in love with life people are returning from this country, I wanted to see this for myself. I had to go to Goa. I say…

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Caste is only in India!
Probably every tourist who goes to India has probably heard or read something about the division of the population of this country into castes. This is a purely Indian social…

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KNOW YOURSELF IN VIPASSAN IN INDIA

Vipassana was not at all what I was thinking. Because, first of all, I practically didn’t really know anything about it, and secondly, everyone just said “You just try it” – and that’s the end of the conversation.

In India, I was already three or four months old when I applied for vipassana in Jaipur. I was looking for the closest city to Delhi (where I still wanted to go) and for the very near future. A couple of days later I received a positive response, and I went to meditate. Continue reading

The capital of any capital is the station

The capital of any capital is the station. The population of the station of the average Indian city significantly exceeds the population of a large Russian regional center such as Perm. Hundreds of Indians settled on cold concrete at first in anticipation of a lucky ticket, and then settled down by inertia; Thousands of people greeted in anticipation of the arrival of such an impossible and so desirable iron box; Millions of mourners lost themselves in the crowd without the hope of ever seeing the sunlight and breathing in fresh air. Continue reading

AGRA AND TAJ MAHAL

Waking up early in the morning (the train to Agra leaves at 06:15 in the morning), I realized that it was raining in Delhi. This is bad, because all the impurities begin to flow through the streets of the city. After a while the rain ended, I checked out of the hotel and went to New Delhi Railway Station. It turned out that Delhi never sleeps, even at night. Many people on the streets of the city – almost like during the day. Continue reading

WHAT TO BRING FROM INDIA
India, a mysterious country with a rich history, has attracted travelers thousands of years ago and now attracts millions of tourists. Poverty and luxury, sensuality and tough caste frames, the…

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Excursion to Delhi: UNUSUAL GOLDEN TRIANGLE
The sights of the Golden Triangle have long been known to the whole world and of course everyone who flies to India for the first time tries to see Delhi,…

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MY INDIA
A couple of years ago, we traveled with friends to India in a car with a local driver. Of course, first of all they visited the cities of the golden…

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Caste is only in India!
Probably every tourist who goes to India has probably heard or read something about the division of the population of this country into castes. This is a purely Indian social…

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