Anand Lok, across the Ganga

Address: Village Sirasu, PO Mala, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, 249303, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Village Sirasu, PO Mala, Rishikesh, is near Lakshman Jhula Suspension Bridge.
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      ... defeat and it was nice for Michael Clark to retire from ODI’s on a high and raise the trophy.

      By this time it was late afternoon so we braved the weather and took a stroll outside down to the river and found a great café overlooking the footbridge that crosses the Ganges. There is something lovely about being inside looking out whilst its ******* it down so there we sat with hot chocolate/lemon ginger tea in hand watching people and monkeys cross the ...

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      ... and there, have to, until you get used to it. It's all a matter of where you place your mind. And so, the pain became part of me (that sweet pain lol), and I almost didn’t believe that I could get one hour sitting cross-legged, meditating (or trying to), without moving any muscle of my body and even hardly noticed that my feet and legs had asleep, okok, they slept so deeply that in fact I no longer felt my body from the waist down, but it was a phenomenal experience. And what ...

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      ... many people bathing in the river ... not only for personal hygiene but for the religious and cultural attachments, highlighted for us the significance the river has for the Hindu people. It also was somewhat rather humbling, that something so common from a western perspective could be so paramount: it is somewhat different to say the least. We all were respectful and mindful of this however. Typically, where many people gather, so do ...