Hotel Park View

Address: Opposite Shanti Kunj Ashram, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, 249410, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Opposite Shanti Kunj Ashram, Haridwar.
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      Travel Blogs from Haridwar

      So Far, So Good

      A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Oct 15, 2014

      31 photos

      ... as cottage cheese but it's not cottage cheese as we know it, thank ****. Read the end of this post if you want to know why I haven't been able to put that stuff in my facehole since high school.

      Anyway, I'm spending tonight in Haridwar because I have a train to Delhi at stupid o clock tomorrow. I wanted to give Ajit a call but I've lost his ...

      Rishikesh - the Land of Yoga

      A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Mar 10, 2014

      5 comments, 20 photos

      ... 8217;t know if this guy is still alive, but from the way he used drugs on that trip, I would be surprised if he lived much longer after the book was written.

      Feeling that I had to eat something, I headed back to the Little Buddha Café, where I had a delicious Tibetan soup called Thukpa. The soup was so good – and so the right thing for my stomach situation – that I had it both for lunch and for dinner. In fact, I think I’ll make it my go-to ...

      Local Company

      A travel blog entry by jane.oloughlin on Jan 08, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the steep 1.5km staircase. Hindu temples are still something I'm getting my head around. The place is full of stalls with people selling gifts, jewellery, flowers, and all sorts of bling. Rupees are left everywhere as offerings. There's TVs with Bollywood blaring. Kids push albums in front of your face and try to sell touristy photographs. It's loud, chatty, shine and pastel, and much like a market place to my foreign Catholic eyes. But there's some odd pervading sense of peace ...

      Big Guru is in town celebrating his 60th Birthday

      A travel blog entry by whitelightyoga on Nov 17, 2012

      9 photos

      ... Mother Ganga for this holy lifeline of water. Every day, there seems to be a different festival celebrating one of the Hindu religion’s million gods and each represent a different aspect of life from Ganesh, the remover of obstacles, to a day committed to remembering and honoring one’s ancestors. Maybe only in the developing world do people with so little, put so much time into appreciating the simple blessings of the ...

      Int'l Yoga Festival 2012

      A travel blog entry by juleharle on Mar 04, 2012

      6 photos

      ... Muhurta in Sanskrit, meaning "time of God") is good for spiritual awakening and connecting to a higher consciousness. We woke up at 3:30am ready to go on a "Spiritual bender!" if you will. Walking by the moonlight, half-way there, Suve says, "Oh no Jule, I forgot my mat!" "Oh, **** me too!" I reply. What kind of yogis are we, on our way to a yoga class forgetting the one and only thing they ask of you. We were already pressed ...