Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center (Ivac)

Lalithadripura Post Box No-3, Mysore, Karnataka, 570028, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Lalithadripura Post Box No-3, Mysore, is near Srirangapatna, Somnathpur Temples, Vijayanagar, and Halebidu Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Mysore

    Mysore, that yoga-riffic place

    A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on Feb 04, 2014

    3 comments, 36 photos

    ... was Daithís living room. The upstairs open air greeting space was his bedroom. I wish I could show you pictures, but it's not allowed. Grr. You will just have to visit it yourself. ;)

    The weekend was stupendous. I gained a better friend than the one I had known before and I hope to run into him again on some travels in five years. When I left I had that feeling that you get when you leave your family after christmas holidays. You know that ...

    A story of public transport in India

    A travel blog entry by beoms on Nov 16, 2013

    ... buses coming in and out of the station. Signs are all in Malayalam (local language) so there is no chance I could understand a word. And suddenly, a slap on my harm, a quick head wobble and the women run toward a bus. Ok so that is the bus to Ernakulam, let’s go. A man must have seen the scene and asked ‘’where to?’’ ‘’Ernakulam’’. Wobble of the head. That is definitely the right bus. I’m in! There is lots of ...

    MONKEY BUSINESS IN MYSORE

    A travel blog entry by curryinahurry on Oct 03, 2012

    13 photos

    As arranged, Master Blaster picked us up at 8.30am to take us to the Temple on the hill. It was a lovely drive up, you got a good view of the city below, but I have to say that the Temple was a little disappointing. However all was not lost as Fred provided us with some entertainment. It went something like this: We were just about to walk around the Temple when Fred said he wanted some bananas. I said "Why don't you wait till we've walked all the ...

    Mysore Day 3: more temples and palaces

    A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell on Jan 24, 2012

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... silk every year, perhaps explaining why the women were were so well dressed. We were not allowed to take any photos of the manufacturing process which went from creating thread from silk cocoons to weaving the material to dyeing it wonderfully vibrant colours.

    The temple in the hills was fun because of all the market activity around it. Vendors and hawkers were selling anything you could hope to purchase ...

    End of the road (well this road trip at least)

    A travel blog entry by mikeys on Jan 09, 2011

    32 photos

    ... of stalls selling flowers, incense, and multicoloured holy powder, used in traditional Indian religious rituals, as well as fruits, vegetables and spices of all kinds. While the girls missioned it to get what we needed, I was free to wander round and get accosted by hawkers and sellers. One thing I keep wondering, and I have noticed this everywhere, is how in all Indian markets and towns they always have rows of stalls selling exactly the ...