Hotel Bharatpur Ashok

Address: Inside Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, 321001, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Inside Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur.
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    Travel Blogs from Bharatpur

    Keoladeo National Park

    A travel blog entry by robnraystravels on Oct 31, 2015

    ... of Abhaneri, which was founded in the 10th century. It is renowned for its baoris or step wells. As Rajasthan is extremely arid they provided an important source of water as well as being a cool retreat. The Chand Baori is one of the oldest attractions of Rajasthan & descends 13 stories which are connected by thousands of ...


    A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Mar 22, 2015

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    ... margin: 0.3em 0px 0px 1.6em; padding: 0px; list-style-image: url(data:image/svg+xml,%3C%3Fxml%20vers ion%3D%221.0%22%20encoding%3D%22UTF-8%2 2%3F%3E%0A%3Csvg%20xmlns%3D%22http%3A%2 n%3D%221.1%22%20width%3D%225%22%20heigh ...

    The ghost city and then another Red Fort

    A travel blog entry by karen.raymond on Dec 02, 2014

    35 photos

    ... The reasons are not clear, some say it was bad water but the guidebook suggests it was just that other priorities took Akbar away and his three sons who ended up battling each other and their father diverted so much attention he never moved back. The tour was somewhat marred by continuous pestering by hawkers trying to sell us trinkets, bangles, necklaces, postcards and the like, to the extent that it became somewhat bothersome, so when Bablu tried to persuade ...

    Panoramic Pleasures & A Broken 'Promise'

    A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Nov 07, 2014

    7 photos

    ... He was persistent, he was polite (always a 'please madam'), he was charming (Me: "I don't want postcards" He: "If you buy, madam, I'll be happy."), he was neatly dressed in clean clothes and nicely combed hair, he was multilingual (he spoke German, Italian, Spanish - all with spot-on accents and intonation) - his name was Kaamram, and he was 8 years old. He went to school in the morning and came to sell postcards after school. His parents were 'back side'.

    We were rushing ...

    Sarnath and on to Agra

    A travel blog entry by paremj on Nov 02, 2014

    ... are going to be (like Gretzky with the puck). Second, the horn is used extensively, not as we North Americans do to show annoyance, but simply to indicate that they are there and about to pass or move in the way. All trucks in fact have signs on the back saying "Blow the Horn" or "Honk Please" as well as "Use Dippers at Night". The horn, in fact replaces the rear view mirror, which is rarely used, or in the case of small vehicles, non-existent. Third, I have yet to see a case ...