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Hampi - A Journey Back In Time

The illusory and fascinating dregs of pre-historic cultural ruins at Hampi are just enough to cast aside all worries from your mind. With the land entrenched with mystical buildings and architectural edifices, Hampi shines with a noble tag of being a UNESCO world-heritage site. 439 more words


Why Traveling Alone Can Be Exciting and Necessary

It’s only been three weeks in Goa and I can honestly say that this has been some of the happiest and most relaxed weeks of all my time in India, and life for that matter. 1,029 more words


Hampi - A Forgotten Empire

Hampi is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India located near Hospet town in the Karnataka state .
Hampi is charismatic even in its ruined state, attracting thousands of visitors every year. 1,923 more words


Ramayana recitals in rocks

Medieval Times of India

“Hampi, a place where time rewound to an era of art, science, culture, engineering, love, devotion, karma and lust.”

Although my parents would have preferred me sulking at home, I convinced them that Hampi was a better idea, a respite from the bustling fireworks that overwhelm Mumbai during Diwali. 854 more words


The pursuit of Hampi-ness – Healing, and Hanuman

After a mesmerising train journey from Margao, that took us over mountains and hills reminiscent of the stories of Kipling, and past dreamy hilltop towns that seem stuck in timeless mystery, we arrived in Hampi. 537 more words



Things have been busy for us the last couple of weeks so we have not managed much cooking or blogging. Neither of us has been online as Becky just moved house & I was staying in a place with terrible internet connection (India is unpredictable in this respect). 626 more words