Hotel Ishan Villa

Verka-Majitha Byepass, Service Lane, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amritsar

Himalayas by Moto: Preping in Amritsar

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders

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TAKING AN INDIAN TRAIN Today I caught the train! I've always wanted to do that in India! The Indian railway system must be one of the world's largest and if colonialism was of any use to this country their railways would perhaps be why. I got an executive class seat from New Delhi terminal, a relatively comfortable experience which reminded me of catching the V Line to country Victoria - a regular seat there mind you! We were served breakfast which ...

At the spiritual centre of Sikhism.

A travel blog entry by sw19mike

... greeted warmly at every step. And it wasn't many steps before we heard the clattering of metal dishes. We headed for the sound, and what a truly amazing sight. Everybody who comes here is welcome to a free meal. And everyone, having collected their plate, and having had it loaded with dal and a chapatti, goes into one of the enormous eating halls and sits at the next space cross-legged on the floor. They feed 100,000 or more every single day, and meals are available at any time ...

Trains When the Sun Rises, Gold When it Sets

A travel blog entry by twogirlsonetrip

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... huddled around their only possession, a blanket that wouldn't fit a twin sized bed. Care: One other really interesting thing about the trains here is that they feed you continuously and a lot. Every meal we have had on a train is several courses and of course tea is always served. While on the train we also learned that it probably is unwise to go walking near the railroad tracks here, not because it is dangerous, ...

A scam and golden offerings

A travel blog entry by twovines

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... our bowl in a bag and off we go to join the queue for the inner temple via a walkway over the 'nectar pool'. Here there is much bowing and praying. The Indians are kneeling and prostrating themselves and kissing the stone step. I will if you will, I say to Ian. Ian won't (he's far too British). We bow our heads and try to look reverent instead. There is quite a bit of pushing and shoving as groups of people are let through in batches by means of two temple attendants raising ...

Derahdun to Amritsar

A travel blog entry by brucetumba

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... early our driver did a great job helping us at the station.The train was fairly cramped 6 of us in one small compartment, the sheets pillows and blankets were a bit dodgy, smelled like theyd been fumigated rather than washed. Sleep was a bit hard to come by as the bunks were bloody hard! Our window was foggy so we didnt see too much before it got dark. Woke up to ...

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