Operation 144- A Pilgrimage in Time

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They say the Leos are the most stubborn people in the world.As if this was not enough,Jupiter made a transit into the zodiac this 14th July.Sounds like some Ides of July? This event marked the start of the Mahapushkar festival which arrives after an eon of 144 years,this time near the Godavari river.Sounds more trouble?May be not.So,without thinking much,I took the leap of faith & booked a train ticket for 23rd July.Unappreciated by my parents,my friends & my boss,I still proceeded.But alas,the train was delayed by 11 hours,thanks to IRCTC.Sounds trouble this time? May be not. However,I started the journey the next day & finally arrived at Rajahmundry.After resting a bit,I took the holy dip on 25th,the last day of the festival.As soon as I emerged from the river,an intense hunger gripped me,as if all the sins ingested by me were removed from my stomach.Then I collected prasad & returned home.My boss & my parents were happy on my return,I was feeling sanctified & the stubornness of the Leos seemed to increase a bit.Sounds trouble? Definitely NOT.

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