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Ok, so when you walk in it like a dark and musty empty ballroom. Don't be put off - I honestly swear that it's the finest food I ever ate in India. And the toilet is worth a trip to - just see if the light is working or not.
Favorite Dish: Arrr Palak Paneer or Dal Markini -- but it's always good to start with a Missi Roti.
Written May 29, 2003
The owners of the shop started with a small amount and then,as the shop grew they became famous in the whole town of Dehradun . The reason was that they were simply the best . The shop offers a wide range and variety of women's clothing especialy sarees . You can get a saree from a price as low as Indian Rupees 200 to a saree costing Rupees 20,000 !!...Such is the range and variety available in this shop..Sarees made of many fabrics are up for grabs in this saree paradise !
What to buy: The main highlight of the shop is ofcourse sarees made up of a wide range of fabrics ..You can expect to get one from a price of Rupees 200 onwards ...AS the price increases,so does the quality of the fabric and the intricate designes that are made on some of the sarees are simply fantastic....
What to pay: Anything from Rupees 200 onwards ..... Good sarees are available at a reasonable price of Rupees 1500 -Rupees 3000
Written Mar 26, 2008
Address: Rajpur Road
Favorite thing: This city had a bit more to see, but could easily be done in a matter of a leisurely two hour walk. The town had a few temples, not particularly singular by themselves, but with the town as a backdrop, they were nice. Garhwal is situated on the rather steep slopes of a mountain river, but not only on one side, it is on both sides of the valley, with a large suspension foot bridge connecting them.
And monkeys... They unofficially own the town, hanging out on the suspension bridge. I even saw one of them unzip the backpack of a girl and take a banana out of her bag when she was not paying attention.
Feel free to visit my Dehra Dun page for a few pictures of Garhwal.
Updated Apr 21, 2009