Probably when that great soul said, an idealist would turn into a romantic to the faithfulness to what he saw before him at Venice, he himself was sulking into the spell that this wonderful city had cast upon him. Venice, for all the romanticism it has been famous for, is not a bit exaggerated is … Continue reading Carnival in Casanova Capital!
The city of Belfast is every bit charming as lazy. The rustic architecture from the Victorian era makes it seem like a time travel. My first stop for the day was the Queen’s University, one of the finest architectural sites of Belfast. The city was preparing itself for the annual festival as I walked past. … Continue reading Irish Cream – Belfast
"Some questions are like that, you keep asking them even when you know that there is no answer!"
I needed a kick start to my solo travel across the UK or maybe I needed a kick to start! I decided to do it myself.. After wasting plenty of weekends and bank holidays, as they call government holidays here, I was determined to do something on the second bank holiday of May. But yet … Continue reading The Midlands & Around – Into the Victorian era!
Every rock, every path and every monument at Hampi has a story to say; the story of glory, richness and beauty of a magnificient kingdom!
This travelogue is more a photo blog of my visit to one of the architectural wonders, Chennakeshava Temple, Belur. Often named with its twin town, Halebeedu, Belur forms the core of the Hoysala architecture that emanates extraordinary levels of architectural finesse. They say that it takes couple of months to study these two temples in detail. Here is a taste … Continue reading All in an album – Belur & Halebeedu