Going deep down in the Southern India , there are some exotic historical places which are not much familiar to the people. You will not hear such kind of travel stories often. One such place I had visited is in Karnataka (Aihole and Pattadakal). Aihole is a is village in Karnataka with many historical temples of Jain, Hindi and Buddhist architecture dating back to fourth century. It was the ancient capital of Chalukyan Dynasty and it has more than 125 temples and many of them are cut in rock , Which is maintained by Archeologica survey of INDIA (ASI). We booked two local buses and one fine day rode through empty roads , with mesmerizing landscapes ,coconut trees , bannana trees , sunflower fields , sugarcane fields and the clear blue sky. I was living a dream and I had a bunch of crazy friends( 45 from the history Dept. from Delhi University), we were singing and dancing all the way . At a pit stop construction traffic road , we stepped down and danced our heart out on "Thailywa" and everyone was cheering up with the only single Tamil world we knew " Illahi ".