Chetna Hotel

Address: Tin Batti Chowk, Jamnagar, Gujarat, 361005, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Tin Batti Chowk, Jamnagar.
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Travel Blogs from Jamnagar


A travel blog entry by jenn_le on Dec 29, 2014

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... the fabric felt soft to the touch. I found cotton, linen, and silk cloth while roaming in the store, all of which had a soft feel to them. I also found some carpets and quilts but eventually decided not to buy anything since I needed money to return home and for an inn at night. I sadly left the store and continued walking around until about sunset. I found an inn shortly after and using some hand signals to the hotel attendant, was able ...

Gujarati wedding

A travel blog entry by anand.soni on Feb 04, 2014

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Back in The Netherlands a wedding mostly consists of a (boring) ceremony in church and a beautiful reception. But, like so many things, this is completely different in India. My cousin Suneet found himself a beautiful bride, so he arranged a four day wedding. Both of them were really looking forward to the wedding, they're head over heels in love.

By coincidence I ran into some family on our plane to Rajkot (the city where the wedding was ...

Hyderabad - Somnath- Nageshwar and Dwarka

A travel blog entry by ameeth_kumar on Aug 20, 2013

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Food can be had at Dwarka provided by Trust at very nominal charge of Rs. 20 back of main temple which is worth having once and you are more hungry.

Note : Accomodation and food can be had at Somnath Trust .Details are available on Official Website.

Ameeth Kumar Soni

Would be glad if i can provide some more information if remember by the time i get any query.

Delhi to Ahmedabad to Jamnagar

A travel blog entry by stuckinindia on Mar 19, 2009

... airport I was mistaken for a woman, and was asked to go to the ladies' line. It wasn't all that bad, because it was a million times shorter than the regular line. Poor Eric was the one elected to carry all the snacks, and the airport security took the juices that were sent by Mamiji, well, except one. After arrival, we went into Ahmedabad for a bit to see the famed silver bazaars. Actually, there was only one, but that was fine. We ...

Indian industry

A travel blog entry by evanc on Dec 23, 1970

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... later, the ship was stuffed with African goods like ebony, slaves, and ivory in return. During my time here, I have realized that Gujarat is not just a trading city; Gujarat produces some of the finest items I have came across so far. Their skilled leather workers produce the finest skins in all of the sea. On top of that, colorful sleeping mats are a must have in the Middle East. I've also noticed fascinating textiles as well as beads and cloth.
As for me, ...

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