M J Residency

54, Haridwar Road, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, 248001, India | Inn
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This inn is located on 54, Haridwar Road, Dehradun.
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    Travel Blogs from Dehradun

    To heal a heart

    A travel blog entry by rubyrae on Mar 14, 2014

    Today the kids filled my heart with joy and love. Spent a few hours at the beach climbing rocks, being told off by babaji's, wading in water, preparing vegetables and then eating and dancing a night at the kids home for the holi party festival. Not good food, very good food as srawan would say!i Grateful- for the power of a ...

    Two Weeks in Northern India

    A travel blog entry by npacadia on Feb 09, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... of street signs and bus destinations are just posted in Hindi. The food is also different; it is less spicy, breads like naans and parathas are served at almost all meals (dinner and breakfast, respectively), and there seems to be a lot more meat dishes (e.g., tandoori, chicken tikka, etc.). Taxis are plentiful in Bangalore, but we’ve not seen any here. Autoricksaws (3-wheeled, partially open aired vehicles that transport passengers for a fee) ...

    A travel blog entry by sean_emily on Dec 14, 2012

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... little ashram situated on the banks of the Ganges about 15 km North of Rishikesh. It’s isolation in nature was nearly absolute, the only nearby human establishments being white-water rafting camps. The original ashram was built around 120 years ago. In the surrounding mountains there are many important Hindu temples. Many Indian people go on pilgrimages in the area from temple to temple as they have for centuries. Ashrams offer a ...

    Rafting down the Ganges in Rishikesh

    A travel blog entry by jas_lucy on Apr 01, 2012

    5 photos

    ... were super impressed when we arrived in Rishikesh to see that Charlie was already there and he had made friends with half of his carriage on the train!!

    Despite seeing dead animals drifting down the ganges we went for a swim most days. While swimming we would see people on the beach doing acrobatics and yoga, strumming guitars and singing and of course Indian boys taking photos of western girls swimming in the ...

    Mango Lassi Addict

    A travel blog entry by bohemianowl on Sep 03, 2010


    ... waves, rip tides and whirl pools. A young boy dove under water as he played with his friends. Minutes went by until he surfaced again. I was certain he was a goner. The Ganga River is such an important part of the Hindu culture and it was incredible to sit and watch the awe and excitement that came over their faces as they basked in its glory.

    Rishikesh was a peaceful yet dirty paradise for us to hole up for a few days before we entered back into the chos of ...