Jaipurai Hotel

Address: Badolia, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, 221001, India | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Badolia, Varanasi, is near Dasaswamedh Ghat, Golden Temple (Kashi Vishwanath), Banaras Ghats, and Manikarnika Ghat.
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Travel Blogs from Varanasi

Incredible India. Naan - fiction...

A travel blog entry by beatsworkin on May 10, 2015

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... there is NOTHING on the other side. When we reached the barren sand he states "go exploring, we'll wait the storm out", easier said than done with sand whipping up at you and the storm approaching. 1.5 hrs later we were still laying inside the boat waiting for the storm to pass enough to make it safely to the other side. At a lull Rich suggests we make a run for it and the man reluctantly agrees so we spend the next half an hr attempting to ride the wakes in fierce wind, I'm ...

Along the Silk Road !

A travel blog entry by christvdm on Mar 09, 2015

8 photos

... case this was a family business and the children were the ones working but they assured us that they were going to school though ! It was however a very nice experience to visit the narrow streets in the middle of ghettos and witness what was really going on behind these doors ! And with that, our energy completely drained out of our bodies, we went back to the hotel for a relaxing time before another dreadful early 4am wake up call tomorrow for our long journey to Nepal ...

Varanasi - Part 1

A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Mar 04, 2015

93 photos

... and power points and that's where the toilets and showers are so you're pretty well set up. Breakfast is still included so you can spend the morning trying to fit enough eggs, toast, cornflakes and chai into your digestive system to last you until the evening. Expect to be woken up by yoga types grunting and panting themselves into various contortions though, the first time it happened I was lying in my tent wondering why all of the rhinos in ...

The Holiest and Dirtiest City in India

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 09, 2015

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... purposes. At this point Pradeep explained to us that we were very close to the most holy temple in the Hindu religion which also happened to be right next to a mosque so there was always a lot of security around, not that they expected anything to happen but just in case. This temple was also called the golden temple (because of the gold used on the roof as well as altar inside). Unfortunately only Hindus are allowed inside but we did have the chance to get ...

Ghatted: The sacred and the profane

A travel blog entry by meva on Jan 09, 2015

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... be used. At the small cremation ghat, an electric crematorium exists for the poor. It is cheaper for this method of cremation than for the payment for the wood cremations.

We were absorbed by the everydayness of the cremation scene. Animals wondered around the funeral pyres, ate flowers from the stretchered corpses, people flew kites and one boy held his wet pants up to dry from the heat. ...