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By crosskeyscottage, Feb 29 2016 01:54PM
Here the villagers are taking the tower and ashes to the river after the cremation. On the way, they will throw the tower back and forth in order to confuse the spirit so it cannot find its way back home. Once the ashes are taken to the river, they will flow to the sea to be purified by the water. The spirit can then return to heaven to begin the process of reincarnation.
It always rains at a cremation, today is no exception! Tomorrow should be sunny!
By crosskeyscottage, Feb 28 2016 07:33AM
Someone once asked what there was to do here at Samanvaya.
These guests are still contemplating............
By crosskeyscottage, Feb 28 2016 07:27AM
This visitor (a little worse for wear on her wings) popped in to see us today at Samanvaya. It's a female Atlas Moth which is the worlds largest moth, growing up to 12 inches wide.
They have no mouths and don’t eat once emerging from their cocoons, relying on fat storage from their early stages of life and because of this, they don't live for more than a week or two.
By crosskeyscottage, Feb 11 2016 04:14AM
As the farmers are ploughing the rice fields around us ready for planting, our feathered friends call in for a takeaway!
We are excited to introduce you to our new blog. This is where we plan to share what is happening at Samanvaya, Sidemen Village and the surrounding areas.
We hope you will enjoy your visit.