Ganga Darshan Hotel

Address: Near Har ki-Pauri, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, 249401, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Near Har ki-Pauri, Haridwar.
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Travel Blogs from Haridwar

Parallel Universes

A travel blog entry by taylorheadseast on Dec 09, 2014

... do with a camel whip. Fort Agra is big and has incredible views of the Taj Mahal, but after Rajasthan it is a very poor example of a fort and is in a sorry state of disrepair. The highlights of the fort were watching a Russian guy dressed in a white sequined Indian wedding suit and sunglasses looking like the ghost of Neo walk consistently against the crowds round and round the rooms, and playing live action mortal combat with my Canadian accomplices. I packed up and readied myself for ...

Practising my om

A travel blog entry by hanush on Mar 23, 2014

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... and I never felt any danger when I swam, but I guess a lot of people (especially Indians) don't get the swimming/water safety education us Kiwis take for granted.

Of all the places I have visited on this adventure, Rishikesh is somewhere I know for certain I will come back to. There is a subtle energy here, a positivity if you will, and so much to experience and see and learn. And it's beautiful. And they serve good coffee. What more could you ask for?


The Ganga

A travel blog entry by grizpdx on Mar 13, 2014

5 comments, 15 photos

... but then he asked for a few Rupees. Hah The guide, Alok, shared a lot about being a Hindu. He said Hindus never try to convert anyone because Hinduism isn't really a religion but a way of life. Even within his family they don't talk about which God(Krishna, Shiva, Vishnu, etc) they prefer or pray to. He said it is like going to Delhi, you can walk, drive, fly, bike, etc, the method doesn't matter, only getting to Delhi matters. Great analogy. He took ...

Warblings of the Longtime Travelled

A travel blog entry by mowgliontour on Apr 24, 2013

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... at an early age, and instead following the path of the Engineer. How I would have loved to have studied art, philosophy or ancient history. Yet as fate would have it, it is the path of the Engineer that has brought me to this moment - I didn't come to India for spiritual or philosophical reasons, or even to do yoga - I came for an engineering programme. At first I found religion in India to be suffocating - so many temples, so much dogma, so many gods and ...

To the waterfalls or not to the waterfalls...

A travel blog entry by tomdavis85 on Aug 22, 2012


... we get to a wall and a gate with No Entry on it.This, allegedly, is the entrance. We go in and pay our weird 50 rupees to enter the now ruins of the once functioning ashram. Most of it is in ruins and disrepair. Broken glass everywhere and nothing in any of the rooms to show its previous presence. However, we then come across a large room with stencil paintings and graffiti, some of which is fantastic depictions of Beatles related art. Song titles and lyrics, spiritual ...

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