Tag Archives: Ahmedabad

Modi, Texas and Trump

On a previous trip to  America, the two strong leaders met and appeared quite amicable. My friend Page sent me this article below from the Washington Post this morning. She had visited India during college and also knows my love … Continue reading

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Gandhi’s Ashram

ash·ram Dictionary result for ashram /ˈäSHrəm/ noun (especially in South Asia) a hermitage, monastic community, or other place of religious retreat Sunday is a perfect time to visit Gandhi’s Ashram in Ahmadabad. In fact any day in the midst of … Continue reading

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British Hedge Wall in India

ba   My friend Page forwarded this article from the Washington Post. Walls or ” the wall”  are so prominently in the news making this a most topical article. Gandhi’s march to the sea is mentioned and I have seen … Continue reading

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Unexpected Rock Stars !

  Namaste! Posted  first  on February 21, 2013 by annetbell Ahmedabad is not a tourist destination. It is a working class city which used to be called the Manchester (UK) of India due to the many fabric mills. It could also … Continue reading

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Meet the Patels

What fun this film was last night. We had finished the 10th and final episode of the first season of “Occupied” and David wanted to see some science fiction.  I found “Meet the Patels” on Netflix.  I had heard Ravi … Continue reading

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Tolerance, Respect, and Peace

This is the perfect  example for the spirit of tolerance and respect for practices you may not follow either as a person of faith or  a person of no faith. You might recognize cites I have mentioned: Amritsar. home of … Continue reading

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Architecture As Spirit. . . . A Son Searches for His Father. . . . .

  Louis Kahn was an amazing architect but an absent  father.  Nathaniel Kahn made this film from his journey to discover his famous father, Louis. This great spiritual man who   was famous for saying, “I ask the brick what … Continue reading

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