Inder Palace

Address: Yamotri Route, Barkot, Uttarakhand, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Yamotri Route, Barkot.
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Travel Blogs from Barkot

Om Tapasvine Namaha - Day 1

A travel blog entry by swatmananda on May 24, 2014

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... tendencies, there will be ups and downs. The only way is the continuous practice of viveka and vairägya. In his case, because of the merits of his previous lives, the mind was steady in the thoughts of the Lord.
· Tapovan Maharaj had complete control over his mind (ätma-vinigrahaù), which had become extremely single-pointed because of the constant disciplining. And he expected the same quality of mind from his students. One day, while he was taking ...

Back in to india

A travel blog entry by robwoodward on Apr 26, 2013

5 photos

... behind us!! After crouching for a bit we decide to come out of hiding and take another look....this time the coast is clear. It is safe to say we actually pooped our pants! Sat by a river for 7 hours which was boring even with books cards and a packed lunch we were fidgety! Went for another walk and saw tiger prints again already we are pretty nervous by this, then we here striding in the jungle towards us and a gut renching roar right next to us, try ...


A travel blog entry by allankapoor on Jul 04, 2010

10 photos

... exam Thursday and after that I will return to Delhi.

My last post ended with me getting ready to leave for Yamunotri, so I will begin with that. Yamonutri is a holy place for Hindus because it is the source of the Yamuna River, second only to the Ganges in Hindu mythology. The temple is at 18,000 feet, just before the start of the Himalayan glaciers.

The trip to Yamunotri was organized through our language school. We were picked up by a fleet of taxis that ...

Day 5: Preparation for a Marathon

A travel blog entry by wagsinva on May 14, 2010

5 photos

... and a half to school every day. Personally, I don’t think I would go if I had to walk the Himalayas for that long but they seemed to love school.

First we talked to the older kids. They were pretty shy but we asked them different questions to try to get them to open up. Our travel coordinator, Parul, has been with us since we landed in Delhi and travels everywhere with us. She was the interpreter for us and helped ...

Where to begin...

A travel blog entry by laurendunn on May 13, 2010

2 comments, 62 photos

... 6 hours. Oh, and I found out why the train station smelled like poop. The toilets on the train were just a hole onto the tracks. Sanitary. Is that what American trains do also?

So after the train ride we began our two hour bus ride adventure up to our place in the Himalayas. The ride was incredible! You can see from the pictures the view was awesome. There were moments that we all feared for our lives. Our bus driver clearly had a death wish and ...

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