Snow Crest Inn

Naddi Village, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, 176216, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Naddi Village, Dharamsala, is near Kangra Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Dharamsala

    Jaisalmer and Dharamsala: Desert to the Dalai Lama

    A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Apr 17, 2014

    5 comments, 36 photos

    ... members sought to maintain their honor: "When all was lost, when the last scrap of food had been eaten, the last arrow fired, the last water-skin emptied, a pyre was lit and, as the womenfolk hurled themselves into the flames, the men rode out in a still brighter blaze of glory to kill until they were killed." [India: A History by John Keay] Pretty hard core, no? Rajasthan is culturally different in that there is more varied dress as compared to other parts of India. Many men ...

    Gander Up The Ganj

    A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Aug 24, 2013

    7 photos

    ... are other statues and murals, there was not much in the way of information and we could not take photos, all electrical items were not allowed in. Feeling a bit in the way, what with the big cheese coming we went for some retail therapy. Now to say the shops here are cheap is an understatement, if the clothes, shoes and other goods were fakes they were extremely well made. I believe they are genuine but sourced creatively. We spent ages buying souvenirs and Jane got loads of ...

    Hari's house in the Himalayas

    A travel blog entry by leendunc on Jul 14, 2013

    20 photos

    ... preserving Tibetan culture. Providing training in thangka paining, sculpture, applique thangka and wood work. Getting a tour we visited the peaceful studios where the artists were at work. Each discipline has a master who teaches his students. It takes at least three years to become a thangka painter, only trained painters can go on to study sculpture, which takes at least eight years. The art works are closely linked to Tibetan Buddhism, thangkas are used ...

    Dharamsala - India

    A travel blog entry by katy_and_scott on May 14, 2013

    39 photos

    ... happy chilling out with a few samosas and chocolate cake. One afternoon we were joined by a monk who had fled Tibet in 2010 and was living in a monastery close by. He was quite happy practicing his English with Scott and getting a lesson on how to operate his new iphone 5!

    After a very peaceful week, we left Dharmsala on a bus and then swapped to a night train to Delhi. At the train station, we were approached by a very giddy Indian man who had a photo ...

    Satisfy my soul...

    A travel blog entry by laurabizzle12 on Sep 27, 2012

    2 photos

    ... Gidi had to return to Bhagsu for a cooking class and Becks and I were unsure if we would find our way back without his navigation skills so when the rain let up a little we headed back. Naturally Bond had an umbrella, Becks had a waterproof, I had a T-shirt. Both ways we had sung childhood songs in Swedish, Hebrew and English. On the way back this was much more fun for me as I actually had some breath to sing and subsequently Becks and I have found that ...