The Tale of the Yellow Path

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This booklet describes Richard and Carol’s exploration of Arunachala, and its Inner Path. The Inner Path is a walking route around about half of Arunachala that is close to the mountain. It is away from the busy streets, and through the forest that surrounds Arunachala. In addition to exploring and documenting the Inner Path, they also created an alternate route about part of the mountain that was called the Yellow Path.

So settle in, and enjoy reading this short booklet. And share Richard and Carol’s Arunachala adventure.

Click the link to download and read.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ERISkWEfUqCKs3U6FGHvd0fFmaR8yWvv/view?usp=sharing

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3 Responses to “The Tale of the Yellow Path”

  1. Satya Ambati Says:

    Excellent narration, Richard. Thank you for taking time to describe all the efforts so wonderfully. Appreciate much.

  2. bhartendumehta Says:

    Thanks very much.

    On Sat, 8 May 2021, 17:11 Living in the Embrace of Arunachala, wrote:

    > Richard Clarke posted: ” This booklet describes Richard and Carol’s > exploration of Arunachala, and its Inner Path. The Inner Path is a walking > route around about half of Arunachala that is close to the mountain. It is > away from the busy streets, and through the forest that surro” >

  3. N Nagpal Says:

    Wonderful Richard. Many thanks for all your wonderful writings. I’m sure it will be an educational guide for people in years to come in navigating around Tiru and Arunachala . Your blog is like an encyclopedia of Ashram and Arunachala and many places around.

    On Sat, May 8, 2021 at 9:10 AM Living in the Embrace of Arunachala wrote:

    > Richard Clarke posted: ” This booklet describes Richard and Carol’s > exploration of Arunachala, and its Inner Path. The Inner Path is a walking > route around about half of Arunachala that is close to the mountain. It is > away from the busy streets, and through the forest that surro” >

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