Friday, March 09, 2007

From the hill top

The Hyderabad Brahmasthanam is situated on top of a hill. It's a beautiful temple. From there you see the city of Secunderabad (Hyderabad and Secunderabad are twin cities). You can also see the runway of the Secunderabad airport. As you stand by the temple, many a times you will feel that you can talk to the passengers or wave your hands to them because the plane flies so low. Actually from the temple you can see the runway.

Amma's room is near the Brahmasthanam temple. There is an Amrita Vidyalayam and Computer Institute in the ashram complex.
The weather was hot, unlike Mysore and Bangalore.

After the programs, Amma left Hyderabad at 7 a.m. We passed buildings in the crowded city and entered villages, cutting through the fields of sugar cane, bagra, maize, white chena, peanuts, onions... it was nice. But strangely one side of the road was dry, kind of barren. In many places, only one side of the road was cultivated. The landscape on the other side was all rocks and red sand.

Tonight we will reach Pune.

9 March 2007, Secunderabad

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