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48 thoughts on “Tibetan Market & Temple Tour // Delhi”

  • bald and bankrupt says:

    My second and final Tibetan market tour in Delhi. Supreme goods, funky jackets, friendly people and a beautiful Ladakhi monastery…I loved it and hope you will too! Jai Bhole Ki!

  • mishka kviriashvili says:

    1:01 😀 😀 😀 very positive people and guy back there like, i wanna stub this piece of … 😀 😀 😀

  • He wears MAGA Hats in LGBT neighborhoods. Unsubscribed! You seem so open minded but in the end you are just a fool with a camera that loves giving people hate and pain.

  • John Carroll says:

    if you went on holiday you wouldn't need to pack at that price just buy loads of fakes, save taking a suitcase

  • “Sweet little people”……..that’s so awesome 😂. I’ve accomplished absolutely nothing for the past few days, I’m glued to your channel. Instead of Hooked On Phonics, I’m Hooked on B&B. Your travels and videos are bringing me such joy and happiness….it’s difficult to find the right words. You were created to bring the world…to the people of the world. People and places we will never get see. I stand in awe of who you are, and your ability to connect with the people of the world. You truly are a gift to everyone you meet, and to all of us as well. I don’t talk about this, but I’m a volunteer on the Veterans Crisis Line. I only said that to tell you how much your videos mean to me. When I’m not on the lines, I do everything I can to refresh my mind so I can be strong for our Veterans each time I go back. I cannot begin to express in words how being able to escape through your beautiful videos is a Godsend to me. Being able to follow along to the beautiful places you visit, and the wonderful people, is like being there. It’s a beautiful thing. I apologize for rambling on. From my heart, Thank You 🌹❤️

  • 108 is sacred .108 sutras . 108 movements in certain Chinese internal martial arts along with Korean Buddhist village arts

  • 15 Degrees use a Jacket LOL! oh my that's so funny to me a Canadian. 15 is shorts weather for most Canadians. That's assuming you are talking about Celsius which I am sure you are.

  • Born Bred 113% Hollywood Local says:

    SUPREME is a LOUIS VUITTON product. It's a pretty big deal to millennials… However Louis Vuitton itself is where it demand comes from.

  • pam Thompson-Clarke-Reynolds-Bowers-Burton says:

    How can you walk through a market and not spend loads of money? I can see dozens of things I'd have to buy………………

  • you are so cool man. I wish I was as charismatic as you, could speak many languages and just connect with everyone. definitely deserve the subscribers you have.

  • ainsleywainsley says:

    ummm i think you walked around the courtyard in an anti-clockwise direction when you were explaining that hahahah

  • Malas are used for keeping count while reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra or the name or names of a deity. This sādhanā (practice) is known in Sanskrit as japa. Malas are typically made with 18, 27, 54 or 108 beads. … In Tibetan Buddhism, malas are mainly used to count mantras.
    Deeper into the microcosm of the human being, it is said there are 108 energy lines, or nadis, converging to form the heart chakra, and 108 marmas (pressure points) or sacred parts of the body. … Hindu deities have 108 names, and India is said to have 108 sacred sites. In Jainism there are believed to be 108 virtues.
    Paths to God: Some suggest that there are 108 paths to God. Smaller divisions: The number 108 is divided, such as in half, third, quarter, or twelfth, so that some malas have 54, 36, 27, or 9 beads. Hinduism: 108 is said to refer to the number of Hindu deities. … Islam: The number 108 is used in Islam to refer to God.
    This number 108 has long been considered a sacred number in Hinduism. Traditionally, malas, or garlands of prayer beads, come as a string of 108 beads (plus one for the "guru bead," around which the other 108 beads turn like the planets around the sun).

  • jaye bhole je ki kali mata ki jaye, takbir allaha ho akber isi and pakistan zinda baad peace peace peace and love from pakistan

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