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On the way to Melukote - Diverted road from Mangalore highway Dhanushkodi-Melukote Path Dhanushkodi - Melukote point Melukote - Photos Spot Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple - Melukote On the way back to Bangalore on Mangalore Highway Turned crazy by starting the timer in Mobile which was on Mobile holder for a SOLO Pic......
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You can also go to Nepal by road. 2) MACAU travel.india.com Indians do not require any visa to visit macau. 3) THAILAND Visa on arrival 4) FIJI pixabay.com You don’t need any visa for Fiji, Just get on flight and enjoy the awesomeness of this country. 5) MAURITIUS arte.com Visa not Required 6) INDONESIA allianz.com Visa on Arrival 7) KENYA pixabay.com Visa on arrival 8) BHUTAN No Visa Required 9) TRINIDAD & TOBAGO simplebwallpaper.com Trinidad & Tobago welcomes Indians without the need of a visa ,For as long as three months. 10) JORDAN Pic Source : travel.india.com Jordan provides visa on arrival for indian passport holders....
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The themes are varied – surreal gods and goddesses in silken clothes share the canvas with wrathful ones dressed in animal skins and adorning bone ornaments, tantric Buddhism, deities of the Three Roots, disciples of Guru Rinpoche and throne-holders of the Palyul tradition are some of the notable works of art....