Tagged: travel

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Shani Shinganapur

(This is an old post of 2008 got reposted in today’s date after I edited it a bit.)  On the way to Ahmednagar Railway station we took the diversion to Shinganapur. The temple here...

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Pink Lilies at Lepakshi

A little away from the Nandi in Lepakshi we discovered a small muddy pool. The pool lacked maintenance and all sorts of rubbish were strewn around it. It seemed to be crying for attention...

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Nandi at Lepakshi

The statue of Nandi in Lepakshi, 120kms from Bangalore. Statue of Nandi (the bull) is usually found at the entrance to the temple of Lord Shiva in a sitting posture. This one is one...

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Nanneshwara Temple Details, Lakkundi

Lakkundi is geographically located between two well known World Heritage Sites of India; Hampi at south and Pattadakal at north. Tourists hop from one heritage site to the other and Lakkundi is most often...

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Nanneshwara Temple, Lakkundi

Nanneshwara temple in Lakkundi, Karnataka; this is one of the stunningly beautiful temples that has stood the test of time. Lakkundi has more than 100 temples in ruins all belonging to 10th century AD....

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1000 Pillar Temple, Hanamkonda

Visiting this 1163 AD temple was the main purpose of making the trip to Hyderabad. Situated 157kms from Hyderabad in a small town of Hanamkonda, this temple is a major attraction for its unique...

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Charminar, Hyderabad

Charminar, the Mosque of four towers, is the symbol of Hyderabad. It was built in 1591 by Sultan Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, the 5th ruler of the Qutb Shahi dynasty. He built this monument...

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Lad Bazaar, Hyderabad

A 200 year old street in the heart of old Hyderabad, it is most visited by women. I too braved the chaos of traffic around Charminar of Hyderabad and made a beeline for the...