A picture is worth a thousand words!

It’s World Photography Day today! You might see a lot of flower photographs in my blog but would you believe me if I tell you that my journey into the world of photography started with my love for travel and architecture? I could not travel for about two years due to health reasons and that…

Kuppali

Kuppali is a small village in Thirthalli taluk, Karnataka. It is famous for being the birthplace and childhood home of a famous Kannada poet and writer – Kuvempu. Kuppali also happens to be the birthplace of Kuvempu’s son – Poornachandra Tejaswi, another famous Kannada poet and writer. One of my cousin’s wedding was in Thirthalli…

Ruins of St. Augustine Church, Old Goa

Just 500 meters from Basilica of Bom Jesus lies the ruins of St. Augustine. church. Situated on the top of Holy hill, this ruins also forms a part of churches and convents of Old Goa, a UNESCO world heritage site.   The church had 4 altars , 8 chapels and a convent with numerous cells….

Keshava Temple, Somanathpura

The Hoysala Empire was a prominent South Indian empire that ruled most of the modern-day state of Karnataka between the 10th and 14th centuries. The Hoysala era was an important period in the development of art, architecture and religion in South India. The capital city of Hoysalas was intially located in Belur and was then shifted…