Ashok Hotel

Address: Jassa Ram Road, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jassa Ram Road, Haridwar.
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Travel Blogs from Haridwar

Arriving and Continuing to Arrive in Mother India

A travel blog entry by hilarylake on May 11, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... a fashion show using my phone as a mirror, Diana and I found just what we wanted and continued to shop and had some super tasty sweets and a rosewater lassi for lunch.

This was a decadent ladies day out and a great way to continue arriving being guided through the streets as I feel like a young child so clueless and needing slow, kind speech with so many questions and curiosities. I also noticed my mind identifying this and that to protect me from too ...

Warblings of the Longtime Travelled

A travel blog entry by mowgliontour on Apr 24, 2013

3 photos

Did you ever hear that the universe rewards the courageous?

Almost 4.5 years ago, I left England and set off on a year's adventure that has extended and extended to the point where it's become a lifestyle. 4.5 years ago, I began to learn how to make decisions based on my heart and not with my mind. These decisions have led to a magical adventure including surfing, bungee jumping, skiing, laughing, snorkelling, kayaking, abseiling, laughing, ...

The evening celebrated at har ki pauri

A travel blog entry by tunia on Oct 26, 2012

26th oct

rishikesh stopover at ram jhoola. And near the
riverwater. Omg, all the vehicles on the bridge is a total menace, and the
stray animals along with them. Its horrible. With the bridge road having gaps
and spaces in ...

One of the seven most holiest places to Hindus

A travel blog entry by unplugged on Oct 09, 2012

17 photos

... Show me a river and I will show you where the population dumps their trash, pee's poop and dumps their waste. This is not a place to find peace and calm. If this is a gate way to God, then anything on the other side would be a welcomed sight.

We walked the streets and viewed the shops! We we were nervous that we would get lost. The hustle and bustle, more beggars - we came we saw and we will leave tomorrow!

Kitsilano East?

A travel blog entry by johnandalison on Oct 26, 2011

1 comment, 13 photos

... of the Ganges connected by two narrow ``pedestrian`` suspension bridges. As a result, these bridges are crowded with pilgrims, backpackers, cows, donkeys and monkeys. Motorcycles join the melee since the nearest automobile bridge is more than 20 km away. In true Indian fashion the drivers lean on their horns, bullying themselves through the crowds - it is enough to shatter any inner peace developed after a month of meditation.

At ...

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