Today I met many youths and students.
I started today’s course alone in the morning.
This seems to be a wide road which was made long time ago.
The width is about 8 meters and it was named as No. 1 road.
There are many old factories along the road.
Location of industry is very good because the railway and river go side by side with the road.
At the other side of the road, some girl students show curiosity and smile.
I gestured if it is O.K. to take a picture. They posed yes.
The signboard shows blood donation campaign and cultural program organized by blanket distribution camp.
Street vendors are common in India.
This small road is used more for living space than for transportation space.
The maintenance work is going on for the wide section of the road.
The primary school students with uniforms are sitting side by side.
I wonder who is the man in the signboard.
The students in the other side of the road are looking at my pose to take a picture.
I approached to them. The moment I started to talk about pilgrimage, many students came to me.
A bundle of leaflets were given to them in a moment.
They shouted in exclamation. I took a picture of the moment.
I saw a statue of Gandhi.
While I was standing In front of Gandhi, some youths came to me.
I explained about the pilgrimage.
A street barber. Though the barber shop was small, it had essential facilities.
There were many bakeries at the street.
I ate some hand-made cookies. Cookies tasted good and cheap.
I found a wall painting mosaic at railway station.
The contents of the painting were good.
A primary school student joined his hands toward me.
His mother told him to do so. She was smiling.
Mr. Hara joined after carrying the baggages.
I was looking down the river when I was resting at a village.
Many people came to me and asked questions.
I spread the map and took a picture.
I crossed a big river and followed the old way to go to Bodh Gaya.
The name of the river was Hooghly river.
The shuttle ship operates one or two times in one hour.
There was an island in the middle of the river.
The island kept untouched natural conditions.
When I looked at a natural river, 4 rivers restoration project by Myung Bak Lee came to my attention.
President Lee destroyed natural ecosystem of 4 rivers.
River ferry at the other side of the river.
The pier was made by timber, which was very strong.
A Hindu temple at an old road.
I glanced at a Godess inside the temple.
I saw modern houses at roadside.
Wide playground for soccer was found everywhere.
I arrived at the entrance of a middle school,
The students were coming out of the school.
They shouted at me. I spread the map and explained about pilgrimage. They were delighted.
The leaflets were exhausted.
Mr. Hara took a picture of the students who led me the way to Hanseshwari Temple.
I arrived at the temple with the students.
Ancient temple, and the modern temple which was built around 1958 were standing side by side.
Wall of the ancient temple looked like this.
Various design was very impressive.