Seeshambagh

Address: E 471, GK-II, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110048, India | Ranch
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Location

This ranch, located in the Central Delhi area of New Delhi, is near Swaminarayan Akshardham, India Gate, Red Fort (Lal Quila), and Dilli Haat.
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Travel Blogs from New Delhi

The untold tales.

A travel blog entry by probable_hermit on Aug 27, 2014

... mounted deer that I was mostly just interested by the variety and the information that they had.
But getting back to New Market. To get to New Market we had to pass through an outdoor market place, that was held on the sidewalks. Crowded with people and tables full of things being sold. In this marketplace we were accosted by multiple men trying to sell us whatever they had in their store. It was also common practice for them to try to convince us that we ...

To Kerala

A travel blog entry by donnaterman on Jan 13, 2014

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... us. It startles me to look down the rows and see 90% heads with jet black hair. In the US surely there would be at least 30-40 Boomers on an equivalent flight. And at least 30-40 Asians, Hispanics, etc. Of course there is a lot of diversity within India that I am no doubt missing. I can't tell Hindu from Muslim, Sikh, or Jain. Okay, Sikh men traditionally never cut their hair or beards, so ...

Tremendous towers and grotty gardens

A travel blog entry by twovines on Oct 24, 2013

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... is a 7m tall cast iron pillar containing a Sanskrit inscription dating its construction to AD375 - 413. Interestingly, scientists cannot determine how this non-rusting iron pillar was cast using the technology of the time. Our next stop is at The Garden of Five Senses. Recommended by The Lonely Planet Guide, we should have known better. First challenge is to hire a tuk tuk to the garden. Money is not the problem - our driver is happy with the 20 ...

Faridabad Volunteering

A travel blog entry by amyclaridge23 on Sep 17, 2013

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... when I taught them some words they'd pronounce them in an Amy welsh(ish) accent (e.g puh-pull). After a few days in the bigger school we got to go to the smaller one which was nice and relaxed as we were more like teachers aides. I've particularly enjoyed working with a girl aged 14 who seems to have had no education but she is so nice and happy and willing to learn compared to the other kids. One day she gave us a tour of the slum area and we went 'sari shopping' ...

Safari in the city

A travel blog entry by chris-trip on Apr 21, 2013

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... consisting of all sorts of 'useful' equipment. Besides a smoke detector and some tissues which looked like 100$-bills (and made quite the impression on people in Africa when I snorted my nose) I was also given a high class book, "Des Sieges bittere Tränen". And I can truly recommend it as a must-read to everybody out there. Usually a book has lots of ups and downs, but the storyline of this book only has a constant high, when the reader learns about the ...