Club Mahindra Dharamshala

Yol Road, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, 176057, India | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Yol Road, Dharamsala, is near Kangra Valley.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Club Mahindra Dharamshala Dharamsala

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Dharamsala

    The monsoon cometh, time to move on...

    A travel blog entry by helenaperry on Jul 02, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... place when he leaves us.

    One of the things I have not been doing lately is keeping up with my Welsh language practice - Mae'n ddrwg gen i, Diane! - but on the other hand I have learned a few bits of Tibetan, courtesy of the Rogpa Children's Nursery where I was a volunteer for 3 weeks. Talk about hard work? Over 30 young Tibetan infants, all under 3's, none ...

    Jaisalmer and Dharamsala: Desert to the Dalai Lama

    A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Apr 17, 2014

    5 comments, 36 photos

    ... homeland again. A friendly Tibetan women we spoke with said with amazingly calm and grace that she, 'liked the Chinese people, but just didn't like their government.' It just seems like the ultimate Buddhist test: feel compassion and acceptance towards the people that figuratively raped you of your country. We found ourselves really admiring their inner strength and sense of conviction. Our next stop is Leh, another Buddhist area of India. The general area, called Ladakh, is on ...

    The Hardest Thing I've Ever Done

    A travel blog entry by therunningdog on Nov 01, 2013

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... quarters, dining halls, and of course a meditation hall. You cannot leave the complex, and from 4:30am until 9:00pm, there are 12 hours of scheduled meditation activities. Meals are nutritious but very simple, but dinner is especially meager. Males and females are segregated for the entire course. The course is free but you can donate after competing the course if you wish. Another rule is to abide by the Code of Noble Silence: abstinence from talking, eye ...

    Little Tibet

    A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Aug 23, 2013

    4 photos

    ... rising and falling. We passed some buildings destroyed in a mud slide that occurred three weeks ago, luckily everyone was evacuated well in advance, however to see the effects of one so large was a bit shocking. We arrived at the entrance and were immediately greeted with some high buildings with restaurants showing off bright signs with side of some narrow streets lined with small boutique style shops. Many people ...

    Day 180 Palampur

    A travel blog entry by willandclaire on May 18, 2012

    6 photos

    ... also taught class 8 and they were even more shy, it was impossible to get them to speak at louder than a whisper. Meanwhile Claire and Fred were having a great time teaching our usual classes, practicing conversations, singing "old Mac Donald" and handing out sweets. At lunch we gave the children 2 cricket bats and a skipping rope. Before they had been playing cricket with sticks broken from a tree. They were really happy, the skipping rope was ...