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Moonlight on the Ganga

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"Hooks of fears" clawed at author Claire Krulikowski on her first morning's awakening in India, a land she'd never planned to visit. However, in Rishikesh she heard the call of Ma Ganga, the Sacred River, and accepted its enticing invitation to leave everything she knew behind. Diving into the river of life teaming around her, including meetings with lepers, wounded monkey ...more
Published June 21st 2006 by iUniverse (first published March 2001)
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Doranne Long
May 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I feel blessed to have read Claire Krulikowski's memoir Moonlight on the Ganga. I am enriched, my world has expanded. She vividly captures, and shares, the sights, sounds, flavors, culture, heart and soul of India. "Diving into the river of life teeming around her, including meetings with lepers, wounded monkeys, swamis, stalkers, pilgrims, shopkeepers, holy cows, and more, Krulikowski steps outside her belief of how things " should be," trusting life and everything in it!"
Apr 15, 2008 rated it it was amazing
It was the trip of a lifetime, the kind that changes your life forever.

Claire Krulikowski went to India to attend the dedication ceremony of Shangri-La. This ashram (spiritual retreat) was being gifted to a non-Hindu woman, Jacqueline Snyder, so that she could further her aim of uniting all of the world's people into one voice to change the world into a better place. Krulikowski intended to write a book about this unique experience. However, once in India, the author quickly realized that the t
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