Hotel Samrat International

Address: Fraser Road, Patna, Bihar, 800001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Fraser Road, Patna, is near Hanuman Mandir, Nalanda, and Root Institute.
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      Travel Blogs from Patna

      Sailing down the Ganges

      A travel blog entry by lcdp on Mar 15, 2014

      15 photos

      ... boats, the third was our chuck wagon. Twenty minutes into the trip we were supplied with lunch which was truly the best we have had since the tour began. What those guys cooked up on this tiny boat was amazing.
      The section of the river we boated down was rather wide, bordered on one side by large flat sandbars. All along the river were small villages that fished the waters and grew melons, wheat, chillies ...


      A travel blog entry by ourmaninkome on Feb 22, 2014

      ... is a well educated and knowledgeable man with a very good grasp of the rather complicated and ever changing geo-political situation in and around his country and speaks very good English. The conversation is very interesting and I wish it would last longer. At the airport, he directs me to the airline offering the most convenient fare and time before we part with a hand shake. India was incredible and amazing till the very ...

      Another Amazing Sunday

      A travel blog entry by charlie.weikert on Jun 03, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... above the heads of those carrying the body. Paul said there were carrying it to a "fire station" which is what they call the large cremation buildings that sit on the banks of the Ganges. Fruit vendors and autos litter the streets. Your sensors are always overloaded as you venture on the street. We passed downtown, but we focused our tour around all the Jesuit sites around Patna. There is a recording studio (Wasnt clear why that was ...

      Bad day

      A travel blog entry by hadleyandlaura on Apr 14, 2013

      1 comment

      ... breath and feeling very disheartened! By this point my back was killing so the thought of carrying my bag wasn't great. We went to the enquiries and at least got half our fare refunded. We then asked if we could get the same train the next day but it was sold out. We thought maybe this is a sign that darjeeling was not to be. After an hour or so of contemplating and trying to think of what to do next we decided to go back to the area we stayed in before near New Delhi railway station. ...

      Hajipur and Ananda's stupa

      A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Feb 23, 2012

      4 photos

      ... that, he had to cross the Ganges in a boat. Hearing of his departure, the kingdom he was staying with headed to the river bank and pleaded with him to come back. The kingdom on the other side pleaded with him to continue on and visit them. Not wanting to disappoint either party, he rose into the air and spontaneously combusted, his ashes falling on both banks of the river.

      Two stupas were ...