pics from festival in our backyard… a massive rice field


Seeing an elephant in real life, up-close and personal in this type of context is surreal.

A couple of things I have noticed during celebrations here……

1- There is no singing what-so-ever

2- There is no dancing… (what a shame!!)

3- Man and women do not really mingle other than their husband-wife scenarios

4- No public drinking (good thing!)

SO in other words, this festivals are not for the Rio de Janeiro carnival goers….

When you are the only “tourist” amongst the crowd, you actually feel like the elephant himself.

Learning the insights of Ayurvedic detoxification……. awesome.


About lilypod72

Liilamaya RYT500 by: Kula Collective & Raja Dhiraja Yoga teacher. She is also an Ayurveda therapist/educator and free-lance writer and contributor for Gaiam TV - My Yoga online and Elephant Journal, blogger of several wellness pages where she shares her passion for maintaining a healthy lifestyle with Yoga & Ayurveda. Liilamaya has over 16 years of experience teaching Yoga, runs International Yoga & Ayurveda retreats and is the Director of the "Yoga & Ayurveda school for the Healing Arts" (registered with Yoga Alliance) specializing in Yoga Teacher Trainings, Ayurvedic Therapies, Health & wellness in Mexico, Morocco and Ibiza. At LilyPod Yoga & Ayurveda we aim at restoring balance of body and mind through Ayurvedic consultations, Yoga Retreats, Yoga Teacher Trainings, cooking classes, Ayurveda products, lifestyle Therapy programs, massage therapy, healthy tips, asana for your type and more… Learn, Teach, Inspire. Namaste

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