Jass Trident Hotel

By Pass Rd, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on By Pass Rd, Khajuraho, is near Khajuraho Temples, Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi, Mahadeva Temple, and Parsvanath Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Khajuraho

Blushing Beauties

A travel blog entry by lcdp on Mar 06, 2014

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... and this is rare) drink along with a club sandwich no less. Evening brought out the fairground party and we wandered along the streets dodging the hawkers ( I did score a parrot splot on my shirt and Mark bought some brass ) and dined up on a terraced restaurant that also served beer in a chilled glass - we were in heaven.
The night ended on such mundaneness - Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible 1,2 or was it 3? ...

India - Khajuraho

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Feb 23, 2014

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... musicians, dancers, women preening in front of a mirror etc.

  • Javari Temple. The temple was built during ca. 975 - 1100 A.D. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful temples in the temple complex of Khajuraho. It is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The sanctum contains a four armed idol of Lord Vishnu, though it is now broken and headless. No doubt, a special mention goes to the temple roof which has breathtaking carvings which are so precise they almost ...

Animal Extravaganza

A travel blog entry by twogirlsonetrip on Jan 13, 2014

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... leaves bigger than your face. Gum trees and Neem trees are also common in this area. Because I am a savvy gardener I know that neem is good for tomatoes, hair, also to clean your teeth...etc. Then we entered the animal part of the park and the adventure began. Cows wandered throughout the entire park and we even got to see a baby calf drinking milk from his mother, which apparently is a sign of good luck. We also saw Indian antelope, called "nealguy" which my mom used to hunt ...

Khajuraho: Ancient Temples, Dancing and Dogs!

A travel blog entry by twogirlsonetrip on Jan 12, 2014

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... where they presented us with a traditional dance from every Indian state. There were dances with bangles, dances where they picked each other up, and a punjabi dance where the boys dressed up like Sikhs with masks on, so they had beards. This was colorful and fun and the narrator was to die for because she used such sexual language in describing all the dances. We also heard the recognizable tune, "We are Proud of India," that we had also heard at the ...


A travel blog entry by hadleykmcc on Dec 07, 2013

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... living back to the basics and leaving all I knew and all I loved behind was about to be my reality. What I didn't expect was the emotional and spiritual growth, the new, yet lifelong friendships, the laughter, the tears of joy and sorrow and awakening, just what I didn't know before and all that I know now, learning my new limits and what was unlimited to me, my strength, my heart, where my soul ...

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