Day 2, we woke up, and went to a nearby village to buy some milk , biscuits and chicken because we decided to cook biryani on firewood in the open instead of the usual cooking in Cookers on Gas Burners in the four walls of the kitchen. It was a different experience altogether.We packed the stuff and proceeded towards Ananthagiri Hills which was about 30 KMs from the farmhouse. Due to summer all the trees were dry, and devoid of any greenery around which you expect in a forest. Ananta Padmanabha Swamy Temple in Ananthagiri Hills is a famous temple. There is heavy rush during the weekends.
We reached at the place by 5:00 in the morning but were waiting for the morning light to come so we halted for a while near a temple which is considered as landmark for Anathagiri hills. After 30 mins we started to the view point which can be reached if we take the road starting opposite to Temple.Within a minute we could experience a lot of greenary all around us. It took at least 10 min of complete off roading for us to reach the view point.