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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... there peacefully. Ramana Maharshi smiled at him and then for the next hour both of them sat quietly. Slowly, the monkeys came and took away the bananas. No words were exchanged; there was complete silence, yet there was total communion between them.

Tapovanji Maharaj had complete control over speech and never entertained worldly conversation. Gurudev used to recall that Tapovanji Maharaj would advise peoplenot to waste their time in worldly ...

The Master Cleanse

A travel blog entry by alexsadventures on Apr 10, 2013

It's 8am on Sunday morning, and I'm drinking 8 litres of warm salty water. With every glass I drink I do some yogic postures to push the liquid through my body, and then I **** it out. Only in India.

Shankhaprakshalana is a yogic cleansing technique, which was first written about thousands of years ago. The salty water draws toxins out of your digestive system and flushes out all ...

Yamunotri

A travel blog entry by allankapoor on Jul 04, 2010

10 photos

... taking a break at a rest stop and our driver though it would be a good idea to turn around in his seat and close one of the back doors while going around a hair-pin turn. We ended up spinning out and almost going off the side of the road. Both front wheels were hanging over the side. Luckily, Indian villagers don’t have very much to do so instantly the whole town came out of the woodwork and lifted our cab back onto the road. Within 15 minutes we were back on the road and our ...

Day 4: The Worst Day of My Life

A travel blog entry by wagsinva on May 13, 2010

3 comments, 5 photos

... as the bus driver took the outside lane. I’m not joking when I say that the bus was on 3-wheels when we decided to make the one-lane a two-lane and drive by the car (meaning one wheel was literally off of the mountain). After everyone’s heart began to beat again, I’m pretty sure I saw a bright light as the driver sped up around the next curve and was soon completely airborne for roughly 2 seconds. We got to the hostel ...

Month at an Ashram

A travel blog entry by cdlindia on May 10, 2010

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Hello again! I am back to the "outside" world after spending the past month at an ashram near Uttarkashi for a yoga teacher training course. The course was fantastic and so were the students. There were 32 of us from 16 different countries and staff from around the world (including Montreal :-)). The ashram was situated in a breathtaking setting in the Himalayas on the ...

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