The other day we paid a visit to one of the top ten sights here in Bangalore. Well, top ten sights according to some tourist books. I… Read more “Bangalore Palace.”
The houses here in the southern parts of India are a lot more colourful so it’s fantastic to have a little early morning stroll down a village… Read more “Colourful stroll.”
On the way up to the top of Nandi hills we drove by what looked like a tank so of course I had to get out and… Read more “Monkeying around”
At the top of Nandi hills
Sorry it took so long for me to get this post on the twin temple posted. My auto rickshaw driver got lost on the way home from… Read more “At the top of Nandi hills”
Early 9th century temple ! Bhoga Nandishwara.
Today our rickshaw is heading for Chikkaballapura, just say that out loud a couple of times, makes you giggle doesn’t it? Chikkaballapura is about 60 km north… Read more “Early 9th century temple ! Bhoga Nandishwara.”
The smiling flower lady-the happy “mallaah” maker.
I met this happy mallaah maker just outside one of the many temples around. She looked so happy sitting there on the ground making the necklaces out… Read more “The smiling flower lady-the happy “mallaah” maker.”
Meeting some less privileged kids at a temple.
The other day I was visiting a temple when I met a big group of kids that where given milk, curd and some bread daily by an… Read more “Meeting some less privileged kids at a temple.”
A village filled with colours-Colours of India.
A morning ride along the road led me into this colourful little village. It was the temple that led me here but I didn’t even get a… Read more “A village filled with colours-Colours of India.”
Sula vineyard in Gangedoddi village, Nandi hills.
A couple of days ago we where lucky to get invited to visit the Sula vineyard up in Nandi hills. I have tried Sula wine during our… Read more “Sula vineyard in Gangedoddi village, Nandi hills.”
Rajasthani family in Karnataka
Imagine my surprise when I noticed a Rajasthani family living along side one of the roads here in Bangalore. They sure are a really a long way… Read more “Rajasthani family in Karnataka”