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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... in his life. No wonder, as he was born on Gita Jayanti Day, with the blessings of Mother Gita!

· SharérikaTapas: Tapas at the physical level consists of worshipping the Lord, brahmaëas, the teacher and other wise men, cultivating the qualities of purity, straightforwardness, celibacy, non-violence etc.[1] Tapovanji Maharaj had deep devotion to Lord Siva right from his childhood and worshipped Him regularly. He took every opportunity to visit ...

Back in to india

A travel blog entry by robwoodward on Apr 26, 2013

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So the national park was exciting...saw a tiger on the first day having a bath in the river of all things. It was quite far away but good to see. On the walking safari armed with our 19year old guide and his stick off we trek on foot into the jungle! Westport fresh tiger footprints which was cool then suddenly the bush next to us (1 metre) starts to shake and there is a roar we don't have time to see anything our guide has already jumped into ...


A travel blog entry by allankapoor on Jul 04, 2010

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... 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 6: Celebrities

A travel blog entry by wagsinva on May 15, 2010

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... famous! After our photo-op session, we walked up the waterfall about 50 feet and took pictures with no crowds around us. It was gorgeous! Our TA and one of the boys even climbed a tree like some native boys were doing and jumped into the water. It was a lot of fun.

We got back to the residence around 6:00pm. I skipped dinner because I wasn’t hungry at all after drinking so much water. I took my second bucket shower which is actually pretty nice. ...

Day 4: The Worst Day of My Life

A travel blog entry by wagsinva on May 13, 2010

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... 4:00pm and I’ve never seen people get off a bus faster in my life. My teacher kissed the ground and just sat there, completely pale. No one really talked except for an occasional, “Are we really alive right now?” It was the most terrifying experience of my life.

We had to walk up the mountain about 10 minutes to get to our hostel. I don’t know if you know much about the Himalayas but they’re pretty steep. ...

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