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Shef’s Dharmic Trail. Odisha Odyssey

Odisha is one place where Sanatana Dharma rituals are preserved in all its sanctity and simple beauty. 

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Shef’s Dharmic Trail. Nako Diaries.

‘This cat is one of my Gurus’, he said laughingly, ‘always lives in the present moment, is self reliant and completely in control of its mind’.

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Shef’s Dharmic Trail. Lonely Road To Nako

There are almost no human settlements between Peo and Nako, just a lonely road that snakes through barren, jagged, craggy mountains.

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Shef’s Dharmic Trail. The Road To Tabo

Tabo Monastery is considered to be the oldest continuously operating Buddhist monastery in India. It is often referred to as the Ajanta of the Himalayas, due to its wonderful wall frescos painted using vegetable and mineral colours.

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Shef’s Dharmic Trail. Upon Karma

This was the Karmayoga of the Geeta seen in action. Something I have never forgotten!

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Shef’s Dharmic Trail. Flames of Faith.

In this first part of her travelogue series, Shefali Vaidya narrates her experiences as she travels through Rishikesh.

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