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Road trip to the Grand Canyon of India: Gandikota
We thought of visiting Gandikota because of The fort of Gandikota acquired its name due to the 'gorge' (in Telugu it is called 'gandi'), formed between the Erramala range of hills, also known as Gandikota hills and the river Pennar that flows at its foot, reducing its width to a mere 300 ft (see the river images below)....
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I have given a summary of it in the end. bus transport towards gandikota We reached the entrance of the gandikota fort which is the stop of the bus from here its 15 to 20 minutes’ walk to the temples of the fort where we installed our tent on a flat land after looking around the area for any insects or any harm....
The temple is a nice place to spend hours together and feel calm, but the fact that it is not well preserved or cared sometimes gets to you as you start to observe, Perhaps more tourist should do some good to the place, just like Gandikota and belum, which is a few hours from Lepakshi but needs 2 days....