Hotel Hindusthan International Varanasi

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

    Leg 8

    A travel blog entry by yailyn.ortiz on Jul 02, 2014

    2 photos

    ... of sādhus are yogīs, not all yogīs are sādhus. The sādhu is solely dedicated to achieving ...


    A travel blog entry by katewild on Jun 01, 2014

    26 photos

    ... were spectacular and something I will never forget. But I found the city much the same as other Indian cities we had visited. Hot, busy with an array of animals roaming the streets. We flew back to Delhi and it was time for a Pizza Hut before my flight to Hong Kong!

    India was certainly an experience and I would recommend that everyone should go because it is hard to describe the extremes. However, travel in the winter..

    The River Ganges

    A travel blog entry by dawn8_21 on May 09, 2014

    8 photos

    ... taking place. The Ganges in Varanasi is seen to be the closest to God that you can be when you die so people from all over India bring their deceased family to the river here. Cremations take place 24 hours a day. Each deceased person is dressed in their finest clothing and placed on a wooden platform that is then lifted by 4 men and brought into the river to be cleansed by the water. The body is then placed ...


    A travel blog entry by judy.tagell on Apr 21, 2014

    6 photos

    ... for each individual person, lots of bodies will be burned at one time. When families bring the bodies to the river, if it's busy, they have to queue. It's a totally different concept than what we're used to BUT, people here seem to accept that death is a part of life more easily than we do. The funerals are out in the open and part of everyday life, so I think it helps the people to cope with it. They don't seem to dwell on the ...

    Varanasi: Spiritually Rich, Economically Poor

    A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Mar 17, 2014

    4 comments, 36 photos

    ... wealth disparity between here and the West. Tourists (in particular white ones), are perceived as and commonly related to as something akin to a walking pile of cash. We are incessantly bombarded by rigshaw drivers asking if we need a lift. This is due to a combination of several factors - there's a lot of supply and not too much demand, a pair of white women walking along the road is particularly intriguing and exotic(!), they know we have no sense of the going local ...