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If you're making a trip to Delhi, it is practically required to also fit in a trip to Agra and Jaipur. These three cities make up the Golden Triangle in India – so called because each...

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India is a diverse country. Its art, history, and culture date back to several thousand years BC. It has been through historical and cultural upheavals due to conquests and rebellions. For these...

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  I usually travel by myself and really enjoy it. As usual, on this trip I met lots of great people, both Indians and western travellers. It was my second trip to India and I thought I would...

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Thread: A day in the life of a corpse-burner from the forum Varanasi

- Last post: Nov 20th, 2017 23:12

A post on Nov 20th, 2017 23:12 by aarosh

http://www.livemint.com/rf/Image-621x414/LiveMint/Period2/2017/11/18/Photos/Processed/Varanasighats-kRUE--621x414@LiveMint.jpg Gagan Choudhury at Manikarnika ghat. Photo: Radhika Iyengar A day in...

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Thread: Where There Are No Sewers The Toilet Cleaners of Lucknow from the forum Uttar Pradesh

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A post on Nov 20th, 2017 23:07 by aarosh

https://i2.wp.com/thewire.in/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/00_csp1654.jpg?resize=817%2C496&ssl=1 The toilet cleaners of Lucknow. Credit: C.S. Sharada Prasad Photo Essay: Where There Are No Sewers ...

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Thread: Taj Mahal left out of an Indian tourism booklet... from the forum Uttar Pradesh

- Last post: Nov 20th, 2017 20:36

A post on Oct 3rd, 2017 23:16 by OldandRambling

Apparently, the Taj Mahal does not reflect Indian culture. No religious bias then chief minister? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-trending-41482311 Edwin

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Thread: Travel from Varanasi to Kathmandu via Delhi from the forum Domestic India Flights

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A post on Nov 17th, 2017 02:12 by Alex Duncombe

Hi, we are planning on flying from Varanasi to Kathmandu with a stop in Delhi. It is cheaper to book the flights separately myself rather than going through Sky Scanner or one of the other places that...

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Thread: Travel from Varanasi to Kathmandu from the forum Crossing the Border

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A post on Nov 14th, 2017 16:15 by Alex Duncombe

Hi, I wondered if anyone had a recent experience travelling from Varanasi to Kathmandu? I have spoken to a couple of travel agents who tell me there is no direct bus but I have found that there is via...

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Post: A day in the life of a corpse-burner from the thread A day in the life of a corpse-burner

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http://www.livemint.com/rf/Image-621x414/LiveMint/Period2/2017/11/18/Photos/Processed/Varanasighats-kRUE--621x414@LiveMint.jpg Gagan Choudhury at Manikarnika ghat. Photo: Radhika Iyengar A day in...

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Post: from the thread Taj Mahal left out of an Indian tourism booklet...

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A post on Nov 20th, 2017 20:36 by kmalik

I dont mind nuanced approach but my master ji would not recognize it if he met one in the broad daylight :D Unless the level of teachers has improved dramatically, the speciality of the house is...

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Post: from the thread Taj Mahal left out of an Indian tourism booklet...

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A post on Nov 20th, 2017 16:14 by Nick-H

And I thought that the Germans invented concentration camps. British history is terribly whitewashed, and most Brits probably still think that

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Post: from the thread Taj Mahal left out of an Indian tourism booklet...

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A post on Nov 20th, 2017 15:50 by jituyadav

Most students are, I would say 99%. I don't remember what I learnt in textbooks, but all of my growing years I was certain that Taj Mahal was a Hindu temple, Qutub minar was actually 'mehar avali',...

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Post: Taj Mahal left out of an Indian tourism booklet... from the thread Taj Mahal left out of an Indian tourism booklet...

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A post on Nov 20th, 2017 14:25 by Nick-H

Jitu, compared to UK, Indian news coverage is very raw. In cases of car accident or violence, it is almost unknown to see actual bodies, let alone bits of them. Indian children see this in their...

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Pretty nice for the price a review for Hotel Alka/Alka Hotel Varanasi

A review on Mar 24, 2014 by PixieOakland

generator, great loation, very safe some sort of vague curfew, monkeys This was a pretty nice hotel for the cost. It seemed to have guests that are a bit more well off than the usual backpacker types....

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Very disappointing a review for Hotel Palace On Ganges Varanasi

A review on Mar 23, 2014 by Dave W

Location Small room, unreliable hot water, poor food We were very disappointed with the Palace on Ganges. It was the most expensive hotel that we stayed in during a five week trip to India but did...

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A superb budget hotel in Varanasi a review for Tiwari Lodge Varanasi

A review on Mar 4, 2013 by Romila

Location: 10 minutes walk from Assi Ghat, tariff: Rs 300 per day, safe, very nice laid-back atmosphere Slightly dingy. I stayed at Tiwari Lodge around new year in 2012. Although December is high...

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