Trehan's Ashiana Hotel

Address: 26 Rani Ka Bagh, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 26 Rani Ka Bagh, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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      High kicks and Prime Ministers causing chaos !

      A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 23, 2015

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      ... still has not go the hang of totally ignoring these people. he forgets that a nod, a smile or a 'no thanks' is seen as a yes to these guys, end of and so the harassment begins. As we approached we saw 2 queues 'Indians' and 'Foreigners'. We knew our place and joined a very short queue while the Indians went back as far as the eye could see. We went through about 8 security checks, no bags allowed, full body pat downs. These 8 checks are all about 100 - ...

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      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 08, 2015

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      ... bandana that local merchants were selling around the entrance for precisely that reason. In the Sikh religion men and women are required to keep their heads covered so all visitors to the temple, regardless of their religious background are asked to do the same out of respect for the holiest place in the Sikh religion. Once we made our way through the entrance of the compound we passed through a gateway and then we were able to see the temple itself, seeming to ...

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      A travel blog entry by auberginegarden on Feb 06, 2015

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      ... post without a mention of the train ride back. We travelled coach car, which meant we were in with the locals! It was a great experience and definitely an eye opener. We saw everything, from a little circus go through the train to at least fifty food vendors selling everything from chaat to pakora to tomato soup. Sadly the train we also saw countless beggars with various ailments make their way through the compartments, something that was very sad to see.

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      So long and thanks for all the chai

      A travel blog entry by taylorheadseast on Dec 14, 2014

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      ... floor shena****ns that was going on outside. Sikhs are nice, like really nice, and chilled, and did I mention nice? They all wanted to show us the way, help us out and make sure that we were ok. By the time we had been sorted out into a room, got our bags in the lockers and had a shower it was already lunchtime. I say shower, I meant bucket hot water, my first strip wash since my parents had me standing in the sink aged 18 months was not a wholly unpleasant experience. I've had ...


      A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... then he came to
      batala to live here permanently.
      The city was founded in 1465 CE
      by Raja Ram Deo, a Bhati Rajput, . Later, during the Mughal rule, Akbar gave it in jagir to his foster brother, Shamsher Khan.
      The city grew and developed under him. Batala was very famous city of Punjab
      region , and it is 109 years older city than Amritsar. The whole city was lying