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... at a gate of the inner sanctum. A holy man came to the front and touched them one by one. Then, a small procession came out wafting incense. The drum and horn continued loudly ricocheting off the temple's rock interior . Blessings for everyone. We did not understand anything that was being said. And since we are not Hindu, we felt we were being too intrusive. We slinked away out the back door.
... the night with all our crazy stories.Next morning, we visited the coffee plantation and trekked a small part of the hill to go river rafting. But as the river was shallow, they cancelled it and took us on Bamboo rafting. Not so impressive as the weather was so hot and we were moving very slow. After that, we took the long ride back to Bengaluru and I directly went to the ...
... drove to Hassan. Here we stopped to visit an ancient temple, but firstly we stopped at a nearby stall to get some bananas and biscuits for our lunch. The stall owner insisted on giving me a flower chain and put it in my hair. The temple was really interesting. The entire site was carved from dark stone, so you can imagine how hot the surfaces were under your feet in the midday heat! Luckily there was a path of carpet ...
... too so we were quite happy with the place. We refreshed ourselves, had a bath and then left to get some dinner. We had dinner at Eats of Arab. We ordered grill chicken, a mutton biryani, and some rotis. The food was okay. We went back to the room and had a few drinks each. And so ends the fourth day of this trip.
... 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 ...