Hassan Ashok Hotel

Address: No 121, Opposite DC Office, Hassan, Karnataka, 573201, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No 121, Opposite DC Office, Hassan, is near Maharajah's Palace (Amba Vilas) and Bisile Ghat.
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    Travel Blogs from Hassan

    Day FortyFive - Feeling hot, hot, hot

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Apr 01, 2014

    ... around the temple. We spent a while admiring all the stunning carvings and then went back to our car to begin another drive to Belur. We left our driver and our flip flops in the car and ran on the hot pathway to Hoisan temple. By this point the ground was far to hot to walk on. Matt ran across it to view different parts of the temple, but I stuck to the carpet laid path. Today had got to be one of the hottest so ...

    The Land of Coffee

    A travel blog entry by adutt on Mar 02, 2014

    4 photos

    On Sunday, we woke up quite late (as usual) and were debating whether we should go via Chikamagalur or take up the direct route via Sakleshpur and Hassan. We decided upon Chikamagalur and Sayon and Srishti joined us on a Pulsar. We left around 2 p.m. and reached Chikamagalur by 7 p.m.. The roads were brilliant, especially the ...

    More Temples

    A travel blog entry by npacadia on Dec 14, 2013

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... to in US parks and monuments, we thoroughly enjoyed our visit to these sacred sites. We learned a lot and had fun talking and interacting with our fellow Indian tourists. School kids in particular sought us out. They wanted to know where we were from and what our names were. They also were excited to have us speak English with them and to get a photograph together. I think that Shira and I were more interesting to many of the Indians we encountered than the Temples we were all ...

    DAY 4: Hassan District, Temple Run!

    A travel blog entry by altunmaral on Apr 05, 2013

    40 photos

    ... should never drink a water from a bottle without a securely wrapped mouth. The same applies to glass bottles with metal lids.

    Suncream is an essential, particularly when you are visiting open temples.

    Clothing:
    Slippers, hat, sun scream, and carry a light jacket in the car as you may get cold like me to go from sweaty to air condition straight away.

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    Belur Temple

    A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler on Feb 09, 2013

    3 comments, 31 photos

    Belur temple was in the capital of the Hoysalas. They established this capitol here after the sacking of Halebeedu (Haledid) by the Delhi Sultans. This temple is dedicated to Lord Vijayanaryana, one of the 24 incarnations of Vishnu and was started in 1116 by king Vishnuvardhana. Much more of the full temple complex exists here with surrounding walls, side temples, and marriage pavilion than at Halebeedu. Again ...