Famous for its palm-lined beaches and exquisite backwaters, Kerala is a land of tropical symphony. Blessed with sublime topography having dense forests strips of Western Ghats to its east, backwaters and tea estates filling up its west our ‘God’s own country’– Kerala presents to its visitors a perfect concoction of
Located at a distance of 145 kms from the IT capital of India i.e Bangalore, Lepakshi is a small village in Anantpur district of Andhra Pradesh. Most famous for its medieval period architectural wonder – Veerbhadra Temple and its hanging pillar, this place is of a great historical and archaeological significance.
Situated on the tip of South Indian peninsula in the state of Tamil Nadu ,lies a small yet culturally and historically significant town of Rameshwaram .This island town lies some 170km from Tamil Nadu’s 2nd most important city of Madurai .Separated from mainland India by a narrow channel ,it’s only
To read on my previous Day’s adventure at Hampi please click the link . Day 2- We started on a high note and with the hangover from yesterday’s late night party . Still writhing like a Anaconda snake on my bed I peeped out of my duvet .The Sun’s rays were piercing
It was a trip planed with an old friends of mine from Bangalore who joined me on a 3 days trip to Hampi , Karnataka. We left our respective home location and decided on catching up with each other at Hosapete station the next day .Hosapete is the nearest town
Once the capital city of the prosperous Chalukya Dynasty that ruled over the most parts of peninsular India ,Badami is now a small but beautiful town in the Bagalkot district of Karnataka state. This small town of Badami is famous for its huge cave complexes containing the most prized architectural