Hotel Ranvir Prime

Address: Civil Lines, near Friends Cinema, Jalandhar, Punjab, 144001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Civil Lines, near Friends Cinema, Jalandhar, is near Rangla Punjab Haveli.
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Travel Blogs from Jalandhar


A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Mar 19, 2015

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Nakodar 25 km from Jalandhar

The name Nakodar, is a said to be derived from the Persian words Neki ka dar, which mean 'Gate of Goodness
Nakodar is home to many popular Punjabi lyricists And Singers like Kaler Kanth, ...

It was like a dream

A travel blog entry by scottandamy on Feb 26, 2012

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... coming through begging, people singing, playing drums, food and hot chai (sweet milk tea) salesmen. It was pretty damn tiring but seemed to make the time go quicker.

As we arrived in Jalandhar (we still weren't sure whether it was the right stop as the station names either aren't there or are in Hindi) we wandered out into the street and were deciding what to do when Batock (our guardian angel) appeared from nowhere, collected us and organised a couple of ...


A travel blog entry by amandip on Mar 09, 2011

... would correct the problem in 3 days. Mandip was very apprehensive about taking the medication but was willing to do anything to make the sickness disappear!

Mandip was wiped out all day, so we stayed home and took it easy. It was bound to happen as almost every trip to India is accompanied by at least 24 hours of stomach ...

Sexual Harassment...par for the course.

A travel blog entry by nvw on Dec 15, 2009

... hot showers, a nice big kitchen, satellite, and toilet paper! I stayed for a while and we talked about what I was doing there. He volunteered to help introduce me to people as he was well respected within the village, and he said he'd be happy to interpret for me and educate me about Punjabi culture. I was excited to learn and to have made a contact on my own. I figured he could be the solution to my Jinder problems since ...

Hitch hiking on a school bus, just another day.

A travel blog entry by nvw on Nov 23, 2009

... to be a new intern moving in ohhh ummm now! They were like, no, hurry we have to go. I had just spoken with Mr. B who said that we were to pick up a new intern right then, but then I spoke with somebody else who told me that the intern was actually in another city, then I spoke with yet another person who said we would get them that night. This just goes to show the complete absence of any recognizable form of organization.

So I put on a Punjabi suit ...

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