Keralam: A boon # A must visit to God's own country
Goa – Beyond night life and parties
Folks on The Road: Zuluk
My favourite photography locations in Singapore Part 1- Jurong Bird Park and Chinatown.
A Temple Backpacking Guide for your next Karnataka trip!
Andaman & Nicobar Islands (Chidiya Tapu – The Sunset Point) – On our Day 5 List.
Mother Nature's beauty will amaze you on this beautiful cave trek
Kanyakumari - discover the unexplored portions of this southern tip
Vibrant Rann of Kutch... Bhuj and Nearby
Exposing The Unknown Cruelty Behind Those "Fun" Animal Rides
One Day Trip near Delhi – Agra & Fatehpur Sikri
Traveler’s memoir of an unlikely tourist destination: Gurez Valley
Romantic weekend in Nainital
A visit to Theosophical Society - Adyar, chennai.
This Swiss Town Has No Cars
Finding Solitude in the Desert - Rajasthan
Echoes of the temples
Devala: A Secret Hill Station You Must Visit
When Jim Corbett National Park didn't allow us for a Jungle Safari... What to do?
Glimpse of Mumbai Jaunt
Chalo Dilli, nahi thoda sa left.. nahi thoda right... BUS.. "DEHRADUN"
A Few Days In Himachal...
Shiv Khori- Legends and Facts about Home Of Gods
Stories of Hampi
The name of the place comes from the daughter of Lord Brahma,Pampa who was a huge devotee of Lord Shiva.Upon seeing pampa's devotion ,Shiva grants her a boon and she chooses to marry him.Their Marriage happens on the hemkuta hill ,that's located next to the Virupaksha temple.The story calls hemkuta hill as the heap of gold and it is believed that on the day of their marriage it rained gold over the place.Every year Hampi celebrates the marriage of Pampa and Lord Shiva.The Virupaksha temple is actually dedicated to Lord Shiva in his third eye avatar .That temple has stood through the trials of time ,especially when the city was burnt to ground and the temple stood tall amidst of the fire.Majorly because it was made of granite but for all the mythical believers we could assume that temple was protected by Shiva in his most dangerous avatar....