Hassan Ashok Hotel
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A Puja is the act of showing reverence to a god, a spirit, or another aspect of the divine through invocations, prayers, songs, and rituals.
We stood outside chatting with students as the sun went down. First we heard the sound similar to a clarinet and the beating of a drum. We made inside the temple.
A group of devotees waited ...
This was actually not a vacation but a hangout with friends type of trip. We were 5 people who went on this memorable trip. We had an expert driver who handled the curves of the road so well. It was a tiring long journey and by the time we reached home stay, we were desperately hungry. But by the time we reached there, the food was ready. And, the food was hot, spicy and tasty.We ...
... statue. It was still early morning when we climbed this, but already we could tell this day was going to be a hot one. The sight on top of the rock was interesting. There were a couple of carved temples and the large Buddha statue (who was naked). The view (of the town below) was worth the climb. There were no shoes allowed when climbing the rock, so the surface was beginning to burn our feet on the way back down. ...
... the Western Ghats. I love the way a road climbs up around a mountain like a creeper around a tree. What can I say? I guess curves turn me on. Anyway, we reached Chikamagalur without incident and headed directly to SK Residency. Sayon had stayed there before and the hotel proved to be decent enough. The owner gave us a ...
... I didn't count, but there were multi hundreds of steps carved right out of the granite mountain surface). And as all temples in India require, you can only visit barefoot. So, the whole climb was traveled with buff feet! There were hundreds of old and young people alighting to the top of mountain, some fast and some not. School kids raced upwards, while some of the "aunties" and “uncles” (the euphemism Indians and others around the world refer to older people ...