Natraj Hotel

Address: 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

Day 27 : Vaishno Devi Darshan

A travel blog entry by khushibird on Dec 18, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

Bells, temple prayer chants echoed amidst the mountain. Devi Arati ( gratitude ceremony for Goddess) heated up the cold air. We woke up in this beautiful sound. Morning view of the mountains, the temple premise was absolutely magnificient . We got ready and walked further up in our bare feet for Darshan (auspicious visit). As we were walking in a line, saw a small cave just enough for a small dog to fit through . Ramesh said that was ...

Family time

A travel blog entry by paddykumar on Feb 23, 2014

5 comments, 4 photos

... speak a little English I was shocked to learn that all my cousins spoke fantastically and Miss Rich was soon conversing with them! All the cousins then took us for a stroll around the town where we also visited the local temple. The whole family were so welcoming towards Miss Rich and made sure she felt comfortable. One girl who was a friend of my cousins came over to decorate Miss Rich's hand with Mendhi (henna). She spent over ...

Culture Shock!

A travel blog entry by timandnomes on Apr 22, 2013

... which really saddened us both to think about the thousands of families destroyed, being forced to fight someone else's war. We then went to the Gandhi Simitri where Gandhi spent his last days in Delhi and where he was assassinated at a prayer meeting in the garden there. You could follow his last footsteps to the place he was murdered. We were amazed reading of his life, his remarkable feats and his thought provoking quotes. What an amazing leader. He had effectively stopped ...

Grand Trunk tribulations

A travel blog entry by yamahuh on Sep 04, 2012

19 photos

... my eyes soon filled with grit, diesel fumes and dust, a buff pulled up over mouth and nose prevented me from breathing in too many of the airborne contaminants, but pink and healthy lungs weren’t going to get me safely through the myriad hazards of Delhi’s streets. Moments later when Tim unexpectedly jigged right, I automatically did the same. Although I cut right as sharply as the sloppy handling Enfield would allow, I still managed to clip the concrete kerb ...

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 ...

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