Kautilya Vihar

Address: Beer Chand Patel Path, Patna, Bihar, 800001, India | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Beer Chand Patel Path, Patna, is near Hanuman Mandir, Nalanda, and Root Institute.
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Travel Blogs from Patna

Patna, Bihari, India.

A travel blog entry by southernsun on Apr 30, 2015

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... really isn't any western tourism here rather than my dashing good looks... I don't usually bother handing over my own phone for a photo, but this family was a bit different. Perfect English, it turned out they were a Nepalese family here on holidays. There was the group photo, then an individual photo with each person... You can see how time slips by.



What is also interesting, is that they ...

It's all about how you handle it

A travel blog entry by charlie.weikert on Jun 12, 2013

1 comment

... to it that I dont. They will continue to offer up second helpings, chocolate, fruit, and other deserts until I can eat no more. It is extremely innocent and fun, but I am sure to take small helpings to ensure I have room for the food after dinner.

3. India has an extremely old and rich history and for the majority of the peninsulas history, it has not been under one government. This past lingers on in many different ways, but predominately through language. Hindi is most popular ...

A ride in a rickshaw

A travel blog entry by charlie.weikert on May 26, 2013

... I didnt quite understand, but I have learned to just roll with most things. So we arrived at the largest and only international airport in India to find no gates, so they had to roll out the stairs for the entire 200 passenger plane (and so the true adventure begins). As we got our luggage and walked outside to meet our host, we were inundated not by pushing bodies, but the opposite, people backing away and staring as they made room for us to pass through. ...

Sanitation and communication realities in Kalanaur

A travel blog entry by dijoh2o on Dec 10, 2012

1 comment, 10 photos

... of this Angawadi Centre are a few health posters, two of them deal with handwashing. “We need more attractive and punchy jingles or games around handwashing for the young children”, says Mrs Sinha. She does a drill with the children. “What do we have on our hands?”, she asks. ‘Germs!” the kids shriek in high voices. Next “so what do we need to do?” The kids answer, “wash hands with soap ...

Hajipur and Ananda's stupa

A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Feb 23, 2012

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... Ananda was known for having great devotion, which isn't my strong suit, and I wanted to pay tribute to him. I circumambulated seven times while reciting a mantra to the curiosity of the temple Brahman and the kids in the neighborhood. Interestingly, no one approached me like they usually do. They could see that I was doing what Indians call a pooja (or religious practice) and were being respectful.
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