Reviews

Review: Heritage Resort Hampi – of experiences close to nature

The ancient village of Hampi which is a UNESCO world heritage site, about 350 km from Bangalore is arguably one of the most popular getaways from the city.  Often called the world’s largest open air museum, Hampi offers unique experiences in art, architecture, history and culture quite like none other.  And, if you are looking… Continue reading Review: Heritage Resort Hampi – of experiences close to nature

Miscellaneous · Travel

Five places in and around Bangalore to visit this New Year’s Eve

Come December and it is the time of the year to say goodbye to the old and welcome the new.   A time to reflect and rejoice.  A time to soak in the festivities and celebrate the time gone by with the hope of brighter things to come. And what better way to usher in New… Continue reading Five places in and around Bangalore to visit this New Year’s Eve

Karnataka · Travel

Vittala Temple, Hampi: An architectural masterpiece

Hampi is one of the most visited and popular sites in Karnataka and it is really one of those places you never tire of seeing again and again.  This is because there is so much to explore in this ancient town that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and akin to an open air museum.  I… Continue reading Vittala Temple, Hampi: An architectural masterpiece

Karnataka · Travel

Ancient village of Anegundi and the ‘Navabrindavanam’

When you visit a world famous heritage site like Hampi where there is so much to see and do, there are high chances that your are overwhelmed and miss out on nearby destinations that are equally attractive.  Anegundi, a quaint village located in the Gangavathi taluk of Koppal district in Karnataka falls into this category.… Continue reading Ancient village of Anegundi and the ‘Navabrindavanam’

Karnataka · Travel

Hampi: Many Wonders and The Mango tree

Hampi, one of the most visited towns in Southern India is home to a number of heritage wonders.  On the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, the ruins of Hampi include temples, palaces and market places all of which are spread across an area of 25 square kms.  Located a little over 350 km from… Continue reading Hampi: Many Wonders and The Mango tree