When we reached Nandi hills, it was raining heavily. Heavy winds made sure we were soaked from head to toe. But then everything stopped and the fog cleared. The view from the hill was breathtaking!
As I have previously confessed, I wasn’t particularly fond of dogs until I moved to Bangalore. These creatures never fail to surprise me with their ferocity and candour at the same time.
A dog I found at Kudachadri making faces at me! I am finding myself photographing dogs more than ever. I used to be phobic about them, but not anymore – to an extent.
She was simply herself all the time. Loved it.
I found Amit sitting like this on a cold Sunday morning at Kudachadri. When I asked him, “Why?”, he said, “I forgot to bring my jacket.”
, Kudachadri is an ideal place for a nice chat and introspection. I walked around the length and breadth of the fort’s walls looking for a vantage point to capture the fort’s grounds. I saw these two having a … Continue reading
A man of thousand smiles and countless anecdotes.
Bliss. Cauvery at Bheemeshwari is lined by huge trees such as this one.
If you like a quiet place, go to Bheemeshwari (). The river – Cauveri, the mountains, the landscape will sooth you.
offers much to the adventurous when the water is low. A frequent scene from the falls during the dry season.
Here, at Malyavantha Raghunatha Temple, I met a devotee of Ram and I had the most astonishing conversation of my life. As I was ready to leave the place, after taking a couple of pictures of the breathtakingly beautiful valley … Continue reading