Jenkal Homestay

Address: Jenkal-Hodachahalli, Hassan, Karnataka, 573134, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Jenkal-Hodachahalli, 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

      Waking up to find a bed bug in our bed was lovely on this morning. Luckily we had no bites and we were heading on from Mysore anyway. We went down to the hotels restaurant for an Indian breakfast of dosa (a large thin pancake with a couple of different dipping curries). At this point I was looking forward to a plain cereal or bacon and eggs for breakfast. Our first stop of the day was a steep walk up a large rock to ...

      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

      ... and me) frequently sat on the steps to rest. It was a quite steep climb, but surprisingly for me, easy on the feet. The effect of millions of footsteps climbing up to the deity over hundreds of years has resulted in a glass-like smooth granite tread surface.

      While there many people visiting the area, it didn’t feel crowded to me. Crowded would be visiting during the once in every 12 year Mastakabhiskea ceremony, where millions of Jain followers come to ...

      DAY 4: Hassan District, Temple Run!

      A travel blog entry by altunmaral on Apr 05, 2013

      40 photos

      ... you need to leave your shoes down the hill in the shoe room. I would strongly recommend you to take socks with you to protect your feet from burning hot stone stairs. Or if you feel lazy, you could also get a human porter to carry you upstairs.

      You could see ancient Marathi scriptures covered with glass which was presumably have been made by king ...

      Belur Temple

      A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler on Feb 09, 2013

      3 comments, 31 photos

      ... base. It is held in place by gravity and being in perfect balance.

      That is one thing to note we had guides at both complexes they were inexpensive something like $10 for the group of six of us. The guides were approved by the Indian Archeology department but if I understood correctly only made their money by guiding no salaries. They spoke good English and gave us details we would never had known ...