Pallavi International Hotel

Hathwa Palace, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, 221001, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Hathwa Palace, Varanasi, is near Dasaswamedh Ghat, Golden Temple (Kashi Vishwanath), Banaras Ghats, and Manikarnika Ghat.
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    Travel Blogs from Varanasi

    The Best of India

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... disciples. To commemorate the spot a full-sized statue is erected under the tree that Buddha spoke at. In Hinduism, Buddha is considered one of the incarnations of Lord Shiva, and is called Lord Buddha. Our tuk-tuk waited for us while Sean and I walked through the area, we then took it back to the hotel for a quick change and took it as far to the main ghat as possible while the group waited for us to take an evening boat ride. Unfortunately the tuk-tuk couldn't get ...

    The spiritual day in Varanasi

    A travel blog entry by canningt on May 13, 2014

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    ... to see silk weaving all done by hand and this is a dying art. There are only 100,000 looms left in the city. These are medieval looks and it was so fascinating to watch and I order to protect these weavers the government has given them special tax exemptions. We went to see the Temple dedicated to mother India and on the inside we saw a map of India to scale and it consists of 676 marble pieces all land on the floor. We also learned that Kashi is the place of learning in Varanasi by ...


    A travel blog entry by judy.tagell on Apr 21, 2014

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    ... for each individual person, lots of bodies will be burned at one time. When families bring the bodies to the river, if it's busy, they have to queue. It's a totally different concept than what we're used to BUT, people here seem to accept that death is a part of life more easily than we do. The funerals are out in the open and part of everyday life, so I think it helps the people to cope with it. They don't seem to dwell on the ...

    Smells like death

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... afternoon we wandered down to the Ghats for our first taste of Varanasi's water front. We'd been walking for five minutes when a dirty dark plume of smoke appeared in front us. As we got closer we could see three large bon fires burning. We sat on the Ghats stone steps and before long Maya pointed out a log on one of the fires which carried a strange shape. It was a blackened torso that was only just recognisable. A young man stood by the ...

    Sunset on the Ganges

    A travel blog entry by benandjeanann on Mar 30, 2014

    15 photos

    ... life and felt
    comfortable to roam around ourselves. We spent the days getting lost
    in the narrow streets looking at the colourful stalls and strolling
    along the various Ghats. About 80 Ghats in total boarder the river, a long stretch of steps leading down to the river. It was fascinating to see the large groups of locals
    who flock to the river every morning to scrub their teeth and wash
    their bodies. In the Ghat next door to ...