This has been an overdue post from June. Ever since after my Hampi Visit, I was planning to do this post. But, I could not complete and publish it for many reason. So I thought why not do it now. It’s better late than never. 🙂
Hampi is famous for its historical importance. There are various magnificent monolithic sculptures and important building and monuments preserved and maintained well. Here I thought of sharing the historical structures which we have seen during our visit with its importance. This could help anyone who visit Hampi some idea of each monuments. These cannot be missed during your visit in Hampi.
Tipu Sultan’s palace in Bangalore was the summer residence of Mysorean ruler Tipu Sultan.The palace is located at the centre of Bangalore city near to the famous K.R Market. Read more
Hampi is a perfect weekend getaway from Bangalore.If you have already read my last post,I was in Hampi for my birthday and spent the weekend there and it was a wonderful weekend.
With my experience from the trip, I would like to share here some of the tips that would actually help to plan your trip more effectively and enjoy the fullest.Here we go…
I celebrated my birthday weekend in Hampi, a heritage village at the northern part of KarnatakaHampi is a temple town with lot of excavated ruins from the Vijayanagara kingdom. It is recognized as UNESCO heritage site.It is spread over 30-40 kms. Read more
It was last month, when me and my roommate decided to visit Lepakshi which was near to her Town, Hindupur, AP.
It was a long weekend and it was obvious that we need to travel and we decided to go on a road trip in our bike to Mysore which is almost 3 hours ride from Bangalore.
After inquiring to some of my colleagues, we came to know about this magnificent temple en-route Mysore and we planned our journey accordingly. Read more
Food is one of the main things that attracts me always. I have never been to a food truck fest, so when I saw the event in Facebook, I really wanted to give a try. Read more
Last weekend of March, Some of my friends came to Bangalore and we decided to go for a very short trip and planned to experience the jungle Safari at Bannerghatta National Park.
This was our last day in Coorg. The car arrived by 9.30. It was a new driver today who is more energetic and very fluent in English which made our communication easier.
Today’s plan was to visit the Talacauvery , Bhagamandala, Brahmagiri Hills and Abbey water falls.
Officially, the Bangalore travel diaries have started.And the first place in the list was Bangalore Palace, which reminds so much of a fairy tale castle.