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Chameleons are those beautiful reptiles which, as all know, have the ability to change their skin colour. Their independently moving eyes are truly a marvel of nature and captivating too. Their slow, bobbing movement is very characteristic as well. It has always been a wish...

Hampi, in Karnataka, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is very well known for the unearthed ruins which serve as a testament to the exemplary skill, exceptional planning and amazing grandeur of the erstwhile Vijayanagar empire. A place that was very prosperous, wealthy and a major...

Sunset is surely an everyday, common place phenomenon. However, whenever I see one, I seem to get drawn in. There is something peaceful, blissful, and relaxing in admiring the beauty of a setting sun and the gorgeous motley of colours and shapes that emanate from...

My previous post was on the amazing sunrise and sunset one gets to experience in Hampi. Here is a quick glimpse at a highly rewarding nature activity one can and should do, while there - taking a short drive on a narrow road that runs alongside the canal. The canal, fed by the...

For a long time, had been cherishing a dream of visiting the architecturally resplendent and historically significant places of Hampi, Badami, Pattadakal & Aihole. Somehow, a travel to that part of Karnataka, never materialised. During Christmas, last December, finally got my chance to go there, on a family vacation....