Patodar Seva Samaj Dharamshala

Near Bus Stop, Naya Road, Rajsamand, Rajasthan, 313301, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Near Bus Stop, Naya Road, Rajsamand, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Rajsamand

Rajistan Adventure: More safaris and temples

A travel blog entry by johneklund on Apr 25, 2014

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... conduct the fire ceremony together on the lake, but ("being a woman" added the guide) she took too long to get ready and so Brahma took a second wife - Saraswati (Goddess of Education) - and did the ceremony with her. The first wife was very angry and as punishment she said that he could have only one temple (unlike those cheeky chappies, Vishnu and Siva who have lots of them). The guide from Udaipur added a little to this story - apparently Brahma's second wife was also ...

Rajasthan - Land of Kings

A travel blog entry by bevj on Jan 21, 2014

78 photos

... their husbands) decorate the main gate and are a chilling reminder of women’s dedication to men in India. In fact it seems that men are thoroughly spoilt by women throughout India. Mums ensure they want for nothing and wives take over this role even in these enlightened times. I hope in time that with more education women will feel they have other roles to play and won’t be so brainwashed into these servile roles.

Jaisalmer was the place I most wanted ...

Maharaja Magic: Rajasthan

A travel blog entry by haukimn on Nov 28, 2013

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... I just had to get one pic of the one claiming endorsement from "Lonely People", yes that well known traveller guide for singles...On my last day in P, I went to sunset cafe for the obvious where I met THAT sort of traveller, American, out of college, spent 9 whole days in pushkar and all they have done is bum around, eat (special lassis!) and smoke weed... fun people of course but tolerable just in small doses. I also succumbed to some shopping and got a scarf, an ...

Loads of animals, but no tigers.

A travel blog entry by izzy.and.nat on Feb 01, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

... and us feeding them, but we've decided for now we're using Izzy's phones photos as they're much quicker to upload. Nat also watched a snake charmer but was a bit disappointed when the man had to give the basket a quick hit to wake up the snake! We were talked into washing in the 'holy water' of the temple, but weren't convinced we we any cleaner having seen the monkeys swimming in it and the general smell of it! All in the name ...

Diwali and Desert Life

A travel blog entry by checkyourmap on Nov 12, 2012

2 comments, 74 photos

... to Jodhpur, visiting Kumbalgarh Fort and Ranakpur en-route. On the road, we discovered that all the village children block the roads and demand bribes from cars to allow them to pass during the Diwali break, however, it was wonderful seeing them all dressed up and dancing in the streets. Ranakpur houses one of the largest and most incredible Jain temples which has 1449 pillars, however it is possible to pray from any point in the temple without the pillars obscuring your ...

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