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Talacauvery:The birthplace

Talacauvery ,8 km from Bhagamandala and 44 km from madikeri,is considered to be the birthplace of the sacred river Kaveri.

We(me and my friend) were staying at Madikeri at Bhuvan palace,a comfy budget hotel for travellers.As per the hotel manager,early morning is the best time to visit the temple.There are frequent buses from Madikeri bus stand to Bhagamandala  and also direct buses to Talacauvery.We went by 6.15 am KSRTC bus from Madikeri.The weather was very cool.The road condition was good.Sharp turns through ghats.In case you have motion sickness,do carry a polythene bag.We reached Bhagamandala at around 7.45am(Ticket price Rs.50 per head).We got a private bus to Talacauvery immediately(Ticket price Rs.15 per head).On the way ,you get to see the scenic beauty of the Brahmagiri hills. 426 more words


Coffee Professional Interview

Please tell us how did you end up in such an offbeat, unconventional and cool career?

It happened quite by chance that Ms Renuka Gangadhar came into the world of coffee. 472 more words

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The Coffee Heaven - Coorg

Coffee – Listening to the sound of this word gives chills to a coffee lover and makes them crave about their next cup of coffee. 667 more words


Coorg ... The heaven of karnataka

Coorg is the weekend happiness heaven for Bangaloreans. It’s easy to get there, the location is divine, crossing Nagarhole can be super exciting and the beauty of the place is unparallel. 745 more words

How we spent time during Power cuts.

It was like any other summer nights in Madikeri. It was 8.30 at night, all 5 of us were at the dining table trying to chew & swallow rock hard chapatis that we had prepared in spite of our mothers disapproval. 607 more words


Battle for the Lotus Pond.

From this post onwards I will be chronicling the mischiefs that we 5 cousins- Kruthiakka, Sambramakka, Hithyshi, me & Sukruth were up to during our summer holidays at our Granny’s place in Madikeri. 1,048 more words


Summers in Madikeri...

I am sure each one of us has different memories as to how we spent the Summer holidays as children. Back then, I remember there were 3 events that I looked forward to the most each year. 816 more words