Indraprastha Resort

Near Bus Stand Dalhousie, Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, 176304, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Near Bus Stand Dalhousie, Dalhousie, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Dalhousie

    The Roof of the World - and a smashed window!

    A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on May 28, 2014

    60 photos

    ... they were quite red! It took about an hour to make our way down through the forest to the bottom, but we eventually made it and Sarah’s knees felt a little better despite making the going in Flip-flops (the terrain wasn’t great!); needless to say we expect to get a taxi later to get back! We walked past a small temple which had a café by it full of both travellers and Tibetan Monks watching the world go by. We also passed through the small village of ...

    Tibet is moved to here

    A travel blog entry by tessaadventure on Mar 05, 2014

    ... shows a very big smile to me.
    the stupa is also very nice decorated from the inside.

    and oh ja a new adiction is born its called momo. jumm so good. it is like a filled pasta but than very stikky and veg inside , the food from tibet.
    i eat it with not so spaicey sauce , ******* spicey hahahah (they said ah its not that spicey) and than laughing because it was most spiced sauce they had hahaha. ...

    Golden Temple/ Meditation Course/ Tibetan Families

    A travel blog entry by yiasia on Nov 19, 2012

    16 photos

    ... exclusion: people of all creeds, religions, nationalities, 'castes', socio-economic stati, etc., may come, stay, eat, and enter the temple for free. Upon researching, Paola and I found that one of Sikhism's main tenets is not just to promote but to fight for the equality of all people--the dissolution of disenfranchisement, the eradication of racism, and the destruction of caste distinctions.
    We--all of humanity--stand to learn a great deal from Sikh ...

    Dharamsala – No it’s not a curry!

    A travel blog entry by tomandevebaker on Sep 01, 2012

    8 photos

    ... br> The teachings were held in Tsuglagkhang, the local temple complex. The monks live, eat and learn here- the place breathes Buddhism. On the day, there was a strong security presence. Tom was disappointed by the camera ban, but perked up when monks came around with offerings of Tibetan bread and butter tea. We were two Westerners in a sea of red gowns and bald heads, sat cross-legged on the cushioned floor (as best we could). ...

    Himalayan Beauty vs. Tibetan Tragedy

    A travel blog entry by monsoon-music on Mar 15, 2012

    50 photos

    ... Andrew's best photographs, click on any one of them to bring up the photo viewer where you can read a short caption about each photo.
    Please also follow the links below to see the full slideshow of all the photos Andrew took