Hotel Hindusthan International Varanasi

Address: C-21/3, Maldahiya, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, 221001, India | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on C-21/3, Maldahiya, Varanasi, is near Bharat Kala Bhavan.
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      Travel Blogs from Varanasi

      Silk Trading

      A travel blog entry by where.is.sarah on Mar 26, 2015

      5 photos

      ... but sort of got the gist of it). Then those big rolls go to the weaving machines where they're threaded through hand punched templates to form a pattern. Whoever came up with this is a genius. It was so complex. After all that we went to the guide's granddaughter's house where they were all hand beading the saris. I have no idea how much money these people are making but it can't be very much. We then went to the shop (where we had another chai) ...

      On the banks of the river Ganges

      A travel blog entry by christvdm on Mar 08, 2015

      3 photos

      There it is ! Varanasi ! Our last stop in India before heading to Nepal ! I have to admit I was very eager to come to Varanasi as it is one of the holiest cities of India and the one inhabited for the longest time as well ! I was however not fully prepared for the craziness of this city ! It's 10 times worse than anything I've seen in India so far ! The traffic is even crazier, the pollution is reaching maximum levels and the number of people walking the streets is scary ! I'm ...

      Powerfully Weird

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Feb 25, 2015

      4 comments, 28 photos

      ... are many available on-line, including entire videos of the cremation process. As so often happens with photos, I’m not really sure why some places prohibit them while others seem to welcome them. It is a very, very random experience, here as elsewhere.

      As the body burns the family stands or sits around and watches, some praying or singing, others matter-of-factly chatting. Only men attend the cremation, as there is a belief that women would ...

      By the Ganges day 2

      A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Feb 14, 2015

      48 photos

      ... delicious fresh breakfast with unusually for India decent free wifi. Next it was off in the tuktuks to a sacred site for Buddhists where Buddha preached his first sermon over 2600 years ago. Our first temple was one built by the Chinese community but maintained now by Thai Buddhists. The Chinese all left following the war with china in 1960. Round the corner was another Buddhist temple with a sacred Bodhi tree transplanted from Sri Lanka 80 years ago,on ...

      The Holiest and Dirtiest City in India

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 09, 2015

      53 photos

      ... town the crowds got thicker and the action outside the car had us constantly looking in every direction, and then we got to the point where cars weren’t allowed any more so we had to get out and walk down to the river area. It was initially very overwhelming to be surrounded by so many people and, with the exception of one other couple that we saw up ahead of us, we were the only "tourists" that we could see at least. Our guide Pradeep was far better at weaving ...

      Traveler Photos Hotel Hindusthan International Varanasi

      Wandering with Sudeep
      Varanasi, India
      Bargaining for sandalwood
      Varanasi, India
      Along a ghat
      Varanasi, India