One can feel this month, the moist and cool of the soil around our trees and plants and it seems that they are in a state of relief from hot winds and heat.
Hari Om dear Bhaktas and welcome to the post-Deewali New Year, which was celebrated here in Jadan Ashram on the Dark Moon of the evening of the 7th November. As usual, we sat with Vishwaguruji under the stars with a drone camera buzzing over our heads, as we listened to His Divine Words of Wisdom.
There is nothing very autumn-like about a month with an average temperature of 38 degrees celsius and yet on the full moon of the 24th (Sharad Poornima) this 2 month period of the Indian lunar calendar began, and already the nights have begun to cool down to 17 degrees Celsius. Bring on the solar hot water!
At the beginning of the month, our minds were filled with our trip to Badri Vishal Puri and the climb to Sri Alakhpuriji's gufa (cave) in the Himalayas.