Hotel Gyan Heritage

Doodahari chowk, Bypass road, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, 249401, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Doodahari chowk, Bypass road, Haridwar.
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    Travel Blogs from Haridwar

    Arriving and Continuing to Arrive in Mother India

    A travel blog entry by hilarylake on May 11, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... and on the trees especially near the sacred river Ganges. Also cows and sari covered women and rikshaws and sellers of all sorts flow in and out of the traffic seemingly with ease. We drove down what seemed like a walk way and came to the ashram through the gates. I landed and Mandakini, the elder daughter of the founding Babaji (father guru) and Mataji (mother guru), showed me to my room and encouraged me to rest, which was a relief even as I listened to ...

    River Rafting in Rishikesh

    A travel blog entry by sashaj11 on May 05, 2013

    4 comments, 21 photos

    ... I felt awful. Once again MMS (miracle mineral solution - google Jim Humble and MMS for info) saved the day. I took about five or six doses over the evening and some more drops the next day. And it is clearing up. I am on the mend.The aching is pretty much gone. I don't know what it was. I am suspecting something with the food cause everytime I think of those greasy peanuts I feel a bit weazy!
    Now back to my routine. Clean eating (as best as I can) Introspection. Writing. Resting. Much needed.


    Haridwar, The Centre of Hinduism

    A travel blog entry by colettels on Nov 17, 2012

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... sacred bridge is quite an experience as the crowds, rickshaws and motorbikes all compete for right of way. I visited lots of temples and the largest Ashram in the area. There's a lot of walking in bare feet. Every temple you go into you have to remove your shoes. The soles of my feet are changing colour! I am also getting a crash course in Hinduism. There are 10 main gods, all with wives and children. I haven't learnt all ...

    Smoke your way to spiritual enlightenment

    A travel blog entry by vicky_jade on Oct 20, 2012

    3 photos

    ... interesting experience best left to quiet times...if only they could be predicted.

    Despite initial reservations, we persevered and got on with what Rishikesh is famous for: yoga. Although staying in an Ashram seemed like a good option, we weren't too keen on having all our time controlled, so we just did a class every day instead, near to where we were staying which was handy. We were absolutely spoilt ...

    Rishikesh. Sadhus and Yoga.

    A travel blog entry by nievesjordan on Oct 05, 2011

    3 comments, 74 photos

    ... that I trust Lonely Planet.
    All over Rishikesh a lot of different types of yoga instruction are advertised, but I was told that most of them are non-existent.I took a class at my ashram at seven in the morning. The teacher, the young American woman mesmerized by the Swami, did a lot of mantra chanting between asanas. The students range from Indian women in saris who could not move much, to foreigners who are yoga teachers in their home ...