Evergreen Guest House

Gauri shankar colony, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, 321001, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Gauri shankar colony, Bharatpur.
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    Travel Blogs from Bharatpur

    Feeling Invisible in India

    A travel blog entry by laura421 on Mar 14, 2014


    Of all the wonderful places and palaces I have seen in India there is one thing that has truly impacted my enjoyment of exploring here, and that is that in this country, to all men I must be invisible. At first I thought our guide's only looking at and speaking to my young roommate was an older man thing, where he was infatuated with a young woman and flattered by her attention. This was bothersome, and I mentioned it to him, but ...

    Drive to Bharatpur (235 km, 5 hrs)

    A travel blog entry by phildyard on Feb 14, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... this morning. I was glad I took a shower last night. The locals have adapted to the weather with hats, scarves, jackets and even ear muffs to protect against the temperatures in the teens.

    We left the Rathambhore National Park and drove five hours to Bharatpur. As we drove along, I noticed how rural Indians make great use of a particular biofuel - cow dung. About the size of a frisbee, they are stacked in mounds ...

    Goats in Coats and Monkeys in Temples

    A travel blog entry by twogirlsonetrip on Jan 02, 2014

    23 photos

    ... names of the sun god and his companion (though I forgot both) and explained that they lived here at the top of the mountains. They gave us "god food" which was like puffed rice, but a red mark on our foreheads, tied red and yellow string around our left wrists for good luck and gave us a garland of white flowers. After this they sent us on our way down the mountain because it was getting dark, but told us to stop by for tea any time as their ...

    Abandoned capital

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Nov 22, 2013

    18 photos

    ... dozens of palaces.

    It's an hours drive so we sit back and enjoy the countryside views. Here we see a lot of traditional rural life which goes on apparently unchanged though we do spot fresh water towers, so it probably has changed. Out on the grass are brown circular disks...bullock ****, says our driver. They collect it, dry it and burn it for fuel. Very green I must say and something I do remember seeing on previous visits. On arrival at the tourist ...

    The Taj Mahal

    A travel blog entry by shineyface on Oct 23, 2013

    6 photos

    ... and beguiling. We spent a good few hours there until our tummies called to be fed. You aren't allowed any food there ( nor tripods or rotating time lapse stands for cameras. Mike got searched and he had to leave them behind.) We took a lot of photos, ironic really, as it is famed for its symmetry on all sides! It was a lot quieter than we anticipated and we were able to find shaded spots to linger. Most visitors attend at sunrise or sunset to watch the changing colour of ...