Moti Bazaar (Haridwar, India) Reviews
Description:A popular street marketing in the holy city of Haridwar
Newest Review: ... ask for directions - it's a sign of weakness~ We set off down a side street away from the crowds and noise, snapping a few photos as we went. There were beautiful old buildings that must have once been very grand but are now badly decayed and run down. I couldn't resist a photo or two of one of the most disgusting public urinals that I've ever seen or the sign for a travel agent called Vee ... more
Customer Moti Bazaar (Haridwar, India) Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/03/11 (Very useful, 105 readings)
After lunch on our second day in Haridwar we were feeling pretty lazy and we'd already 'done' most of the more accessible sights. My sister was determined that she wanted to find the Moti Bazaar and with nothing else looking more urgent, we agreed to try and track it down. I think Moti means 'pearl' but then I also thought at the time that it meant 'fat' so best not to pay too much heed to my dodgy translations. She'd read in her guidebook that it would be a great visual treat and somewhere we'd be sure to get some great photographs. With plenty of time to spare, it seemed as good an idea as any other so we set off hunting for the market. As I may have ... Read the complete review
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