Kanhaiya Hotel

Address: Opp: Jamna Palaca , Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Opp: Jamna Palaca , Haridwar.
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Travel Blogs from Haridwar

Devotion through diversity.

A travel blog entry by arup on Nov 15, 2014

3 comments, 15 photos

... the banks for dear life while taking a dip. Awesome experience.

A beer with a bit of fish finger would have been ideal after that invigorating dip. But in tune with holy sentiments, Haridwar is a strict vegetarian zone and alcohol is banned. So we made to with jal-jeera (delicious drink of cumin based spices) and pakoras (vegetable fritters) at the hotel. For lunch we took a Rs 20/- rickshaw ride ...

Arriving and Continuing to Arrive in Mother India

A travel blog entry by hilarylake on May 11, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... fruit trees with a vegetable garden to the side that nearly totally feeds the community without having to buy food from elsewhere. There are also two yoga studios, a rehearsal room that is an open shrine room to Ganesha (the elephant headed lord who removed obstacles and brings prosperity), a puja (fire ceremony) open room where the dooni (the fire pit itself) and pictures of the late Babaji and Mataji who have taken Samadhi (how it is said that they’ve ...

Farewell Rishikesh- hello Delhi

A travel blog entry by rubyrae on Mar 21, 2014

1 photo

... ALL love India, unlike Aussies who want to explore and see the world, Indians want to stay in India, most seem happy with being in India, sure they want a better life for their family but they love and would protect India in a heart beat. Farewell rishikesh. Thanks for being a little magical spot in India. Take out the beggars, the Byron bag tourism and you've got yourself a little piece of magic at the foot of the ...

Jai Hind!

A travel blog entry by gillessoenen on Nov 07, 2013

26 photos

... away.

After crossing the border in Sunauli, I hopped onto a bus to Gorakhpur, after booking a trainticket Gorakhpur-Varanasi. Next to me in the bus there was again a friendly man, whose name I unfortunately forgot the moment he pronounced it. Nonetheless, a friendly lad, on the way to his mother to celebrate diwali. I must've looked miserable and poor that day, because again, somebody paid for my food. This time it was this Indian guy from the bus who ...

Happy Diwali

A travel blog entry by whitelightyoga on Nov 13, 2012

... all the times he has got moody through lack of sleep etc! lol when travelling and the time he was throughly ****** off about going on a train in India (which now he loves indian trains :) - but you forget the bad bits when your so far apart.

So homesick for the love of my life and worried as he has terrible flu and sounded so dreadful when I spoke to him yesterday and the different in timezones isn't helping.
So where am ...

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