Believed to be over 2000 yrs old , the Vadakumnathan Temple , of Thrissur is an epitome of Kerala temple Architecture .The entry to the temple being barred for Foreigners heightens the mystery that lies within the temples even today. You need to visit it to experience it.. and that is the only way to witness it.
Athirapally waterfalls are a captivating phenomenon, of a 80 ft high powerfull frothy segments of wildly beautiful falls located in the Vachazhal Forests of the Kerala region.Famous in many Indian movies , these falls are set in the stunningly beautiful settings of the moist rainforests.
There are many a beautiful sunsets we see, but seldom a Sunrise as beautiful , captivating and charming as this one at Majuli island, Assam. The golden aura of the still waters and the beautiful filtering of the rays through the thicket along the banks, urged me to tread along carefully admist the red carpet of fallen flowers , beckoning me into the wonderland, beyond the thicket.
The rural Bundelkhand area around Orchha, Ganj and Lotana, can be quite a serene add on to the culture rich trip. The warmth of the people and the delightful facades of the painted housefronts are a pleasure to experience for any wandering soul.
The Tiny town of Pondicherry amazes you with its history, the wars, the building blocks, the multiple invasions,the location and above all the most prided streetscapes. The French Quarters of Pondicherry are the most delightfully laid out maze of tree lined avenues and colorfully painted stucco buildings.With jus 18 hrs spent here, I am desperate to return.
The little images lost in my blog won’t do justice to the Serene beauty of this intricate masterpiece of Temple Architecture. Built in a Northern style of Temple architecture,The Western Group of Monuments in Khajuraho are the most celebrated lot of temples in India by far.
Orccha is picturesque in every sense, with rural frames overlaid on the archeological setting of the place, it exudes the charm of the Gem hidden in the ordinary mess.