Hotel Santosh

Address: University Road, Gulbarga, Karnataka, 585 105, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on University Road, Gulbarga.
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Travel Blogs from Gulbarga

Hindu Lingayats, Sunni Muslims & Tribal Lambani

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 26, 2013

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... many wore. We decided to check out what up and pulled over. It didn't take long before we were shown around by a group of eager young men. We still couldn't quite get what the gathering was all about. "Is it a celebration?", I asked. The 5 guys surrounding me gave me a synchronized head-wiggle. As usual, I wondered if that meant 'yes' or ‘no'. Guys were sitting on the ground playing cards and ...

Indian Hospitality from Good to Bad to Great

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 25, 2013

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... once it was served. They brought in amazing dinner on gold rimmed chinaware.

All is Well That Ends Well

It was a good showing for Indian hospitality today. Many people stopped to guide us in the right direction, Navgire had invited us into her home, the Rest House guys treated us badly at first before having second thoughts then treated us like visiting dignitaries.

Today was a tiring ride with a great ...

A very long day

A travel blog entry by messypup on Nov 14, 2012

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... a posh gentlemens gymkhana but was now derelict. We then caught a rickshaw to the large mosque which was really impressive and would have been a lovely place to chill and have a picnic, however put enjoyment was slightly tempered by the large number of immaculately dressed Indian families who were terribly keen to have their photos taken with us or by us. It often wasn't immediately clear which and kept resulting in embarrassing but good humoured confusions. This got ...

Kadama 29: Bidar

A travel blog entry by audreyrattay on Aug 26, 2012

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... butter naan and masala tea.

After lunch, we stopped at the tombs of the king's and their wives that lived in the Bidar Fort. It was interesting to go into each tomb and see the casket laying there covered with bright cloth. We learned about the design of the tomb, who inhabited the tomb, and the Muslim traditions with the cloth coverings. Turns out, when there is a special holiday, the cloth covering the ...

Dress up Games

A travel blog entry by dressup01 on Mar 17, 2011

Getting to know more about Dress Up Games

During your childhood dressing up paper dolls or collectible Barbie dolls are the games you really love to play. You like changing

their clothes with your hand. Everyday you can not think of other things than how to make your dolls look good or what dress would

make your doll beautiful. You always make new concept and start drawing new dresses for your paper doll and ask your mom to buy you

the new ...