The Karnataka Government has proposed to promote the ruins of Hampi in India and Machu Picchu in Peru as twin heritage sites. Read on to know in detail.
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The Devaraja Market: A Unique Heritage Market in Mysore
Some markets in India are important tourist sites in themselves. In Mysore, a visit to the Devaraja market is a must on every tourist’s itinerary. Many heritage walks in Mysore include the market. Even if you don’t plan on buying anything, the market offers some great photography opportunities. It also gives tourists an insight into […]
Tenali Rama Pavilion, Hampi – A Slice of Ruined Heritage
Tenali Rama Pavilion in Hampi is a pillared hall named after the legendary poet Tenali Rama. The structure is partially damaged but still attracts visitors.
Balabrooie – A Slice of Bangalore’s Heritage
Balabrooie, Bangalore is an iconic bungalow of more than 150 years old. Recently the citizens of Bengalur protested to prevent the demolition of Balabrooie.
Top 15 Tourist Sites in Hampi
Hampi is one of the destinations that never stop to fascinate tourists. Read on to know more about local sightseeing in Hampi, hotels nearby & how to reach.
Explore Karnataka Today – A to Z of Karnataka Tourism
Karnataka tourism – explore scenic beauty and architecture of Karnataka. With its pristine beaches, forests, and heritage sites, Karnataka is a tourism hub.
Yoga In Mysuru – How Mysore Became The Yoga Hub Of India
Did you know Mysore is called the yoga hub of India? Want to know the history of yoga in Mysore and how the city will be playing a major role on International Yoga Day 2022? Read on to find answers to all your questions. Mysuru city, which is located 150 kilometres from the state capital […]
6 Best Places To Shop In Bangalore
Shopping in Bangalore is a delightful experience. These days malls have taken over the majority of shopping.
Yogi Run To The Nandi Hills
Top 10 Must Visit Jain Monuments In Karnataka
There are many Jain monuments in Karnataka. Jainism may not have originated in Karnataka but it has a long association with the state that dates back to the 3rd century BC. When Chandragupta Maurya renounced his kingdom to become a monk, he traveled to the Chandragiri Hill region in Karnataka. It was here that he […]