Natraj Hotel

Clock Tower Road, Ludhiana, Punjab, 160063, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Clock Tower Road, Ludhiana.
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Travel Blogs from Ludhiana

Family time

A travel blog entry by paddykumar on Feb 23, 2014

5 comments, 4 photos

... carefully doing it and would not take any money in return. She said it was an honour for her to do it! While this was going on I went to the local barbers with my cousin. I had a clean shave as I was looking very scruffy and Miss Rich was calling me a grizzly bear! The man refused again to take any money for the shave and said he did it for free! I decided against having my hair cut as I have a bet with Miss Rich that I won't have ...

Culture Shock!

A travel blog entry by timandnomes on Apr 22, 2013

... to our last stop before the train. However, he had a different agenda... to take us to some shops. We weren’t having any of it and made to get out when he was like ok ok, 50 each that’s fine. We were like no, you said 50 for both. Ah no that’s not enough 50 each. By this point, Tim - tired, ill and not very full of the gifts of the spirit yelled ‘YOU HAVE TO SAY THAT BEFORE WE GET IN - WE PAY 50!’. I don’t think he expected that and we had a ...

Grand Trunk tribulations

A travel blog entry by yamahuh on Sep 04, 2012

19 photos

... of the road we inspected it further; the grazing collision had pushed it back, up and into the rear of the shifter, preventing it from moving. If we were lucky, simply repositioning the footpeg would solve the problem. While Tim used a screwdriver and spark plug wrench combination to straighten the shifter, I stomped the footpeg down and forward. With both components back in their proper relative positions, the gear lever clicked both up and down. Success!! Disaster averted. ...

Gujarat, Rajastan and Punjab

A travel blog entry by rio2012 on Aug 04, 2011

... in), leaving and arriving at random hours of the night is mysterious indian cities that never sleep. Tactical travelling at its best, all adding to one of 'life's to do challenges' on the subcontinent.

The top highlight.....definitely the Golden Temple. Very humbling to watch how many Indians make the pilgrimage to cleanese their souls in the holy water, (200km on the back of a 2 ...

Indian Rules of The Road - A Hiearchy

A travel blog entry by amandip on Mar 03, 2011

5 comments, 8 photos

We flew from New Delhi into the city of Chandigarh in the province of Punjab. It was a 2 hour flight and then we had to drive 2 hours to Ludhiana which is where Aman's Dad's family lives. Punjab is the agricultural capital of India where there is the most farmable land and thus where there are the most farmers.

Since there is so little space on the roads and there are ...

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