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tgblog Nov 28 2017

From Dwarasamudra to Halebidu- The Temple Town!

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“Architecture is a visual art, and the buildings speak for themselves”, goes a renowned saying on ancient architecture. India’s ancient architecture roars high on various artifacts; from temples to minarets to varied heritage sites. Example of one such site which is worth a visit and known for their exquisite craftsmanship is Halebidu; a temple town that is in close proximity to Belur and Chikmagalur. This town in the Hassan district of Karnataka is considered as the “Jewel of Indian Architecture” that was formerly called as Dwarasamudra, a royal capital of the Hoysala Kingdom. Halebidu got its name, “The Old City” […..]

tgblog Nov 24 2017

A Journey to the North-western Plateau of India- Amritsar

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Amongst the various enchanting cities of India known by varied aliases humming their fame, this North-western plateau of our nation sings loud of its steeped history, veracious culture and pastoral tradition; Amristar. The holiest abode for the Sikhs, the aroma of the palatable food, the hustle- bustle of the city and the old yet improvised look of the town will leave you jolted. Thus, this town has captured the hearts of the many and I bet a visit once to this temple town will make you re-visit again and again. If you are here, then there are certain must- visit […..]

tgblog Nov 15 2017

Head to Sirigao (Goa) to watch The Fire Walk Festival!

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Of all the quaint churches built by the Portuguese and the captivating wildlife sanctuaries, this dotted state in the nation speaks loud about its pristine shores, sandy beaches, late-night party hubs and the beaming cultural extravaganza in the Goa Carnival. Well, well, well, apart all these, there is one more thing that differentiates this tiny town from the rest and that is the Sirigao festival celebrated every year in the month of May. “The Walking through the Fire” as translated from Konkani for Igitun Chalna can be seen in the temple of Sirigao which is about 30 km from the […..]

tgblog Nov 13 2017

Kodaikanal- The Gift of Nature!

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Kodaikanal meaning, “The Land of the Forests” is no less than a God’s gift with its remarkable and splendid destinations to look forth. Earlier, a weekend and Summer getaway by the Britishers is now a landmark that’s most visited by hoards of tourists at any time of the year just to encounter the rich blankets of green hills and experience the perfect blend of charm and environ. Would you not wonder the reason for why it is flocked always; Well, here are some of the top-notch places for why its named as renowned and for you to not head anywhere, […..]

tgblog Nov 07 2017

Places to Visit near Mangalore

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Hoisted between the Great Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats mountain range and, at a distance of 352km from the capital city, Bengaluru; Mangalore holds the base of strong historic and cultural significance that was ruled by the Chalukyas, Kadambas, and the Vijayanagar dynasties. Handling to a maximum of 75% export of coffee and cashews, this port city in the Arabian Sea is one of the renowned ports of India. The city is famous for its cultural heritage and architectural marvels that draws flocks of tourists from all over the world every year. From the beautifully carved monuments to the […..]