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

      Road to Rishikesh

      A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Apr 11, 2015

      5 photos

      ... My first impressions of Haridwar were really positive, which surprised me considering it's a meat and booze free town. Sadhus huddled in groups on the side of the road laughing and smoking chillums as hordes of pilgrims jostled through on their way to 'this sacred bathing ghat' or 'that holy temple'. The lively market areas, which seemed to take up half of the town, sold saris, flower garlands and sweet treats to the pilgrims who constantly pass through as well as the ...

      Arriving and Continuing to Arrive in Mother India

      A travel blog entry by hilarylake on May 11, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... to Nirvana with their physical death) and other deities. There’s also temples to them in the courtyard under which they are buried that are decked with flower garlands and fresh flowers at each evening aarti as we sing praises to the Ganges and Shiva (the lord of destruction and so much more) recognizing the leadership of these beings who once were embodied and who’s spirits and memory remain as teachers as ancestors and people who lived as ascetics ...

      More Rishikesh

      A travel blog entry by grizpdx on Mar 15, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Like most Hindu traditions, it rooted in nature.

      we took an auto-rickshaw home. I really that we might get hurt. A very famous American kirtan (yoga) musician died in one of these last year. Now I see why. The are a three wheeled van on a motorcycle frame. The love to HAUL ass. I am never getting on one again.

      Namaste everyone.


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      Rishikesh: peace and tranquility

      A travel blog entry by tdfitz on Apr 03, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... in the sun. He asked my name and where I was from. Ashym translated. He took my hands and turned them over to examine my palms. Bobbing his head in that quirky left to right manner that Indians do in a sign of approval he went on to mention the following: I was a deeply introspective person who was closed off to most people, I was creative and a lover of all arts, people respected me and looked to me for wisdom, I had much love for the world and those in it and lastly that ...

      One of the seven most holiest places to Hindus

      A travel blog entry by unplugged on Oct 09, 2012

      17 photos

      ... We could not move any farther in the car and had to send the driver back and take a bicycle-rickshaw the rest of the way to our hotel. The guy pedaling took us to the wrong hotel, but one of the hotel staff members walked us to our hotel, the Ganga Lahari, which is situated on the bank of the Ganga River. After taking the rickshaw ride and stroll through the busy streets we knew that we would not be staying long, ...