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2007-05-30
Name: Editor Do you crave to get away from the city? Do you wish to connect with nature? Do you love to travel to lesser known destinations? Have you ever been to Pachmarhi? What was it like?
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2007-05-31
#1
Name: sad soul
Subject:  thank god for nature
I like nature. Human beings only bring pain. Pain from unfulfilled expectations and from rejection. Nature cleanses you of all this pain. And nature never turns you away. The beauty is there for all to drink deep from, irrespective of whether they are funny or important or useful as it happens in our world. if it wasn' t for nature, there would be no place to cry our souls out and to feel that the world CAN be beautiful sometimes.
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2007-06-05
#2
Name: Aliens
Subject:  Human or Humane?
This comment sounds so depressing!! People should be more optimistic, there seems to be so many optimistic articles on this site these days after all. Humans are definitely part of nature, god created us after all. Complete solitude isn´ t fun, nature should be shared with friends, family and the one you love.
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2007-06-01
#3
Name: sad soul
Subject:  dear slayer
yes, human beings are part of nature. but we never seem to act like it, do we? we are constantly disturbing the ecological balance. we create turbulence in our own lives as well. nature is calm, unjudgemental and pure. we can be like that too. but most of us aren´ t. and that´ s sad.
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2007-05-31
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Name: Slayer
Subject:  Sad soul
Aren´ t human beings part of nature?
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2007-05-31
#5
Name: Meena
Subject:  The less beaten track
India' s main tourist destinations are really getting spoilt and hill stations are no exception. Places like Ooty, Kodaikanal, Massourie they all have a crowded feel to it. True there are some places like Kotagir and places in Nilgris that still have a charm. Its always nice to see places which are almost un touched by the development spree that tourist places succumb to.
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2007-05-31
#6
Name: Hardik
Subject:  Waterfalls.
Hello friends. Just wanted to ask why Jalawataran is also called Duchess falls. Is there any historical significance or story behind it?
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2007-06-01
#7
Name: RockyM
Subject:  duchess?
because some duchess fell down there...so simple
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2007-05-31
#8
Name: Amarjeet
Subject:  Rapelling & Spelunking
Hi was reading your article and was interested about the brief mention about Handi Khoh. Are we allowed to do rock climbing here. How long would it take to climb any idea?
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2007-05-31
#9
Name: Melanie Clifford
Subject:  Places to stay
Hi, I' m part of an Australian group who is planning on touring India. Since you say that there arent that many hotels are there any good camping grounds with good facilities? What are the other options for stay on a short notice. This is our first time to India. Kindly advice.
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2007-05-31
#10
Name: Shivani Khanna
Subject:  Hi
Nice article! Can somebody tell me which is the cheapest way to visit Panchmarhi? I want to go by flight...Does Deccan fly anywhere clse to this place..
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2007-05-31
#11
Name: Lekha
Subject:  mountains
There is something about mountains. No other aspect of nature takes you away from yourself as completely as lofty tree-dotted hills. To feel the mountain air blow your hair across your face, to hear the reverberation of Buddhist chants, to look up at the sky and almost touch the clouds- these are sensations that I can miss for nothing. I have visited various hillstations in my lifetime and there are still so many more to go. I will definitely go to Panchmarhi during my next holiday. It was a brilliant article, one could feel that the author has actually been to the place and experienced all that mysticism.
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2007-06-01
#12
Name: RockyM
Subject:  buddhist chants
why only buddhist chants in the hills...have you been to the north-east...i was born in the midst of snowcapped mountains, spent my childhood prancing about in the hills...you can imagine how I miss them in Mumbai--an out and out contrast.
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2007-05-31
#13
Name: nomadic
Subject:  Prehistoric caves
Hey, do any one know abt other palces in India with prehistoric cave art? please respond.
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2007-05-31
#14
Name: heypresto
Subject:  cave art
I know of lot of caves in India most of which have carved paintings but Im not sure if they belong to the prehistoric era. There are the Ajanta and Ellora caves, Elephanta caves, Karla caves, in Maharashtra. There are caves with art at all major hillstations including Lahaul and Spiti in the Himalayas.
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2007-05-31
#15
Name: globetrotter
Subject:  Want to visit
I have been wantin to go here ever since i heard about this palce. about 4 years ago. everyone i knew whod been there had a good word about it.

this article has refuelled my desire to visit Pachmarhi.
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2007-05-31
#16
Name: slip btwn d cup n d lip
Subject:  waiting
As they say, there is a time for everything. Your comment has fascinated me. You heard of this place four years ago and still haven´ t been there. And the pull grows stronger every moment. Sometimes waiting can be sweeter than instant gratification. Perhaps there is something more than just the mountains and rivers that is waiting for you at Panchmarhi. Hope you go there soon.
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2007-05-31
#17
Name: ananda
Subject:  pachmarthi
Hi,
i never heard that name until i got married. When we visited our cousins house in Nagpur, they suggested us to go to pachmarti for the honeymoon.
We went there rather unintersted.The roads are horrible and the ride was bumpy.
But when we got there we were astounded by the beauty of the place.The place was covered with mountains. You can see all the historic places like where the pandavas lived and where they wondered in the forest.
It was a beautiful place. We never want to come back from there.
I recommand this place highly if you are a nature lover.

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2007-05-31
#18
Name: Aastha
Subject:  caves
I feel that everyone should be a nature lover. Reconnecting with nature is very important because that is where we have come from. As it is said, man made the city and God made the town. I am especially looking forward to seeing the various caves in Panchmarhi. I have enjoyed visiting the Karla caves in Mumbai. Being actually inside a mountain is an out of this world experience!
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