Karma Cola: Marketing the Mystic East - Part 6, Behind the Urine Curtain Summary & Analysis

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1 - The author describes an encounter between a guru whose urine was believed to transform into rosewater and an English aristocrat who is given the honor of both seeing and drinking the sacred liquid, which hasn't been transformed at all.

2 - The author explains that public urination and/or defecation, is a fundamental manifestation of Indian culture and community. It is more important, she says, for Indians to keep their body clean than to keep the streets clean.

3 - In present tense narration, an architect assigned to city planning takes a place above the crowds of people at a city street corner and observes the teeming crowd, which includes a squad of Hare Krishna, an island of apparent calm.

4 - The author comments that all motion in India, whether the motion of the bowels or the motion...

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