WelcomHeritage Judge'S Court

Address: Dist. Kangra, Pragpur, Himachal Pradesh, 177107, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Dist. Kangra, Pragpur.
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    Travel Blogs from Pragpur

    Friday that is a steal!

    A travel blog entry by augustwanderer on Mar 27, 2015

    3 photos

    ... least it looks like the pair of mine at home, for Ru220. I was also able to find a pharmacy that sold eyedrops. Between the sun and the dust, my eyes have been somewhat sensitive of late. After some slight struggle of whether or not to go and volunteer at the language center, I decided to buy some bread and head home and take a nap. I might as well take advantage of the unexpected day off. It turns out that I was so exhausted I slept pretty much until this morning ...

    Baba bar bhag singh

    A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Sep 30, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the possession of which is regarded as a boon. A young pine tree which may be as tall as 70/80 ft., and whose trunk measures 4/5 ft. in diameter is earmarked every third year to serve as pole for the ‘Jhanda Sahib’.
    Lacs of people attend the fair from different parts of Punjab, U.P., Delhi, ...

    Jaisalmer and Dharamsala: Desert to the Dalai Lama

    A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Apr 17, 2014

    5 comments, 36 photos

    ... can't beat a country that created Gandhi and attracted the Dalai Lama! We visited the main monetary where the Dalai Lama prays and teaches. Within the complex, there was a very compelling museum about China's brutality towards Tibet. The accounts of political, religious and human rights oppression was heart-wrenching, including: China's wholesale destruction of thousand year old Tibetan monasteries, Buddhist objects and sacred relics; the gross environmental destruction of Tibet ...

    Day 11 Oct. 9

    A travel blog entry by alexandmary on Oct 09, 2013

    10 photos

    October 9, 2013

    Up early, packed breakfasted and on the road by 8am. We were still in the Kangra Valley which is lush and thickly wooded. Nothing like the forests of Oregon, but green with lots of camphor trees, some pine and less habitation. Still, there is garbage everywhere.....

    First stop of the day: Baijanth Temple, built in 1209. It was built for Shiva, god of destruction of evil. ( He almost always carries a trident.) ...

    Karo La

    A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1 on Sep 27, 2013

    24 photos

    Huge apologies for the errors on the locations. This thing simply refuses to display the location I type, even when on the Internet! What a few days! Our exit from Lhasa was mostly urban and stinky, then through stands of poplar and willow. We ran in a beautiful, tight peloton paced by Menoj, our guide. It was all very relaxed and we arrived at our camp within five minutes of each other. As we waited for supper, John and Rose told us of a threshing going on just ...