Sajan Hotel

Barol Chamunda Devi Road, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, 176057, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dharamsala

Gander Up The Ganj

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen


... the 1970's, and lessons were free as she considered Sahai Yoga as a right to everyone. I understand it that she intended it to derive some kind of unity between all religions by helping people to realise they are just all searching for self actualisation. At the end of the explanation we had a go and wine through a 15 minute meditation, at the end we were asked to feel if there was any feeling of energy between our palms or out the top of our head. I am not sure if I did or not ...


A travel blog entry by ktthomas


... able to do the prayer wheels around the center.
Om mani padme hum is commonly carved onto rocks (called "mani stones") or written on paper which is inserted into prayer wheels. When an individual spins the wheel, it is said that the effect is the same as reciting the mantra as many times as it is duplicated within the wheel.
A couple of very nice days, and now on the road again...


The road to hell and some chillout time

A travel blog entry by jsynomad


... were at the back and every traveller knows that these are the bumpiest seats of all. From here on the road also turned into a dirt track which deteriorated even further so it was like driving over a field of rubble. Speed was about 10mph, dust everywhere and constant jolting and getting half thrown out of the seat. This was bearable while you could enjoy the scenery but it was soon nightfall and there was nothing to do except curse the state ...

Day 168 Mumbai to Palampur

A travel blog entry by willandclaire

Still traveling! This morning we arrived in Delhi Airport after catching not a lot of sleep on the plane. The plane was filled with about 4 families all very excited (we're not too sure why!?) as soon as the seat belt signs came off they all got to their feet in order to take various photographs on the plane, different seats, poses etc. Luckily I got about an hours sleep, Will wasn't so lucky the couple behind kept pushing his head rest to get another picture of them sat in another seat ...

Triund: The Ill-fated Adventure

A travel blog entry by bootsmade4wlkin


... a sign that proudly exclaimed that he had been open since 1986 - and waited for everyone in the group to catch up and have a chai. And then things got a little bit more difficult....

By the time we reached the grassy mountain meadow that is Triund, I must admit that I was quite tired and out of breath. And famished. The first hour that we spent at Triund was not so much spent enjoying the view of the Himalayan peaks rising up behind us, ...


This hotel, located on Barol Chamunda Devi Road, Dharamsala, is near Kangra Valley.
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