Lodha Dharamshala

Prithvi Raj Marg, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Prithvi Raj Marg, Ajmer, is near Bhagchand Ki Kothi.
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Travel Blogs from Ajmer


A travel blog entry by backpackinbawds on Nov 21, 2013

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... by another fellow who then offered to show us to the lake... we kept trying to say that we were fine, but he continued to pursue us right up until the entrance. This is where things got a bit rocky... we attempted to explain to him that we didn't want a guide or anyone to lead us in prayer.. we wished to experience the spirituality of the lake on our own. Well the next thing we knew, this guy began accusing us of being disrespectful tourists who wanted nothing ...

Day 9..... Pushkar

A travel blog entry by bekijoegreen on Oct 04, 2013

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... ha.  When we arrived back at the hotel we spent a couple of hours around the pool, then went back into town to do some shopping for Lucies birthday. I also got got some slongers a shirt and some sunglasses I love it, it's so cheap here! We had a drink by the lake again and watched people dipping in the lake apparently it cleanses your soul.   In the evening we went for dinner too a place where they played us a Bollywood film "da bang"   ...

Happy Birthday to me

A travel blog entry by rhodri27 on Jul 01, 2013

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... it was a real disapointment as the second you go inside people try snd flog you all sorts of tat, so much for a place of worship.

On the funny side i had to wear s silly hat to cover my head and also a baggy piece of material to cover my legs which resembled a skirt!

In the evening 9 of us went out for a meal, i had birthday cake baught for me by Olga and a wristband/bracelet type thing from Franciso and Gerrard. ...


A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Mar 07, 2013

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... Apart from one priest who politely offered to perform puja for us we were generally left alone, and no one seemed to mind us being there at all. The ghats at Pushkar are in a much better state than at Varanasi (yes there was still the odd cow and therefore the accompanying pile of ****) and if you sat at the right place it was actually quite peaceful. West of the lake is a temple devoted to Brahma, one of only a few in the world and somewhere we wanted to ...

The Resting Place of the Saint of India

A travel blog entry by danialw on Dec 28, 2012

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... the world to pay respects to their fore bearers in what is called Ziyarat.
We shared in a small meditation session, where they taught me chants unique to their Sufi order, and I taught them meditation techniques I learned from other Sufis during my travels and from my Sufi order back home.
Ajmer was a really nice and spiritual experience. Recommend to all, especially people interested in Sufism!

Till next time,