Kalinga Hotel

Address: Near Railway Station, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Near Railway Station, Jodhpur, is near Meherangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, and Chittaurgarh Fort.
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Travel Blogs from Jodhpur

Into the blue

A travel blog entry by meva on Dec 26, 2014

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... forested. In the deep ravines and narrow winding roads black-faced monkeys gambolled. They sat atop roadside barriers or swung from nearby trees. As the terrain became more rugged fourwheel drives began to predominate. At one point a large off-road vehicle carrying soldiers from the Indian army was forced to reverse when faced with a large passenger bus coming the other way. Positioned behind the army vehicle, our ...

The Living Desert: Creatures & Kids

A travel blog entry by puchala on Dec 16, 2014

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... on that Jerra was around. they played a form of cricket with a stick and one ball. They played rock games in the sand, drew with sticks in the sand, played tag, jumping and racing games, catch, etc. They only had one small ball but the lack of toys and sporting equipment didn't slow them down one bit. It was amazing how Jerra caught on to what they were saying or how to play the games they were suggesting. I'm glad the kids were there. Jerra had finished the only book she ...

Till The Cows Come Home...

A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Nov 01, 2014

10 photos

... homes, now anyone was free to paint their homes any colour the wanted - as Kuldeep said, we were after all in "the world's largest democracy." Many artisans chose to live in the old city apparently as they felt safer there - crime rates were low...robbers would have a hard time getting out of that maze where everyone seemed to know each other. A silversmith sat on his front steps working on a fine silver anklet (which KF tried...she's beginning to think she was Indian in a ...

INDIA: TIPS INCREDIBLE!

A travel blog entry by liliens on Oct 18, 2014

4 comments, 8 photos

... than Bonnesh and Davinder. We were told of pickpockets, thieves, and other nefarious sorts. Instead, we found streets congested with residents busily buying stuff in preparation for Diwalli, the main festive holiday of the year coming up in about a week's time. Picture mid-December back home, and that begins to approximate the total chaos that reined on the streets. We intentionally got lost, talked to people who were curious about us and friendly, ...

Mighty Mehrangarh

A travel blog entry by smeelog on Jun 17, 2014

9 photos

... was the lap of luxury.

Our second home during our stay, and a complete surprise amidst the bustle of one of India’s most historical cities, Krishna Prakash Heritage Haveli was an equally peaceful respite. It stands in the heart of the sprawling walled city and is almost as old as the fort under which it stands. But with the lovingly restored murals and plentiful cool courtyards -- one with a thinking fountain, another with a small plunge pool -- it's a little ...