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tgblog Jun 28 2014

Banashankari

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Banashankari, a locality in South Bangalore, got its name from the famous Banashankari Amma Temple on the Kanakapura Road. This temple, which was built by Subramanya Shetty, receives a huge number of devotees from near and far. Banashankari is a large area extending from Mysore Road to Kanakapura Road and is the only region in Bangalore City that has been divided into phases, stages and blocks. This area is sandwiched between several localities like Srinagar, Hanumanthanagar, Girinagar, Thyagarajanagar, Uttarahalli, Padmanabhanagar, Kumaraswamy Layout, Basavanagudi, J.P.Nagar and Jayanagar. Apart from the private operators like SRS Travels and Kallada Travels, the Bangalore Metropolitan […..]

tgblog Jun 28 2014

Kausani: An Offbeat Trail

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The Independence Day weekend was coming up and we wanted to get away to the hills nearby, but not to the crowded hill stations. After looking up for some offbeat destinations, we zeroed down on Kausani, which is tucked away atop a ridge at an altitude of 1,890 m in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. Located about 460 km away from Delhi, it is a good over nine hours’ drive. We set out around 4 pm, but as the long weekend was just coming up, the streets were jam packed. The traffic was not moving beyond Ghaziabad. It was a […..]

tgblog Jun 28 2014

Mahabalipuram – The Seashore Temple Town

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Love the sand, water, beaches and surfing? Yet don’t appreciate being in the midst of a crowd? In case your answer is in the affirmative, then the seashore temple town of Mahabalipuram in the Kanchipuram district of Tamil Nadu is a must-visit place for you. Situated at a distance of 50 km south of the South Indian coastal urban hub of Chennai, Mahabalipuram is a destination frequented by students as well as professionals seeking a weekend break. The frequency of visiting domestic and international tourists is also booming at the same time. The town was an important sea port in […..]

tgblog Jun 21 2014

Basavanagudi: A Heritage Locality

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Basavanagudi — an area planned by Standish Lee, a well-known British town planner — is a heritage locality that still has remnants of old English bungalows and large circles that are evident in the vicinity. Gandhi Bazaar, a famous bazaar in Bangalore, now stands on what used to be Karanji tank. This neighbourhood takes its name from Basava meaning bull and Gudi which means temple. This area was earlier called as Sunkenahalli. Famous landmarks here are the Bull Temple and Gandhi Bazaar. Basavanagudi is a favourite spot among Kannada movie and soap opera directors as it portrays old Bangalore. As […..]

tgblog Jun 21 2014

Munnar: The Land of Mountains and Mists

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Mountains always evoke nostalgia as I am from the hills. Growing up amidst the verdant rolling hills and the mist has never been a deterrent for me to visit the hill stations, anywhere in India. If anyone were to ask me whether I prefer the beaches or the mountains; it will be both. I can spend hours just staring at the misty mountains or simply gaze at the sea beyond the horizon, never tiring. Getting Started: Munnar, Kerala Munnar in the Anaimalai Range of Kerala has been in my list of must-visit places. It was only last October that the […..]