Back of the Blog - Sunflowers on the way to Goa

Back of the blog. Here we will share tit-bits and snippets on India Travel which may be useful for a traveller in India. It may be some new information about the place, a new cuisine one can explore, a bit of history, a funny anecdote or a good travel book. Anything connected to Travel in India. 

The fun of road trips is the freedom it gives one to stop and explore the road side sights. Driving in India provides ample opportunities to explore the country. It can be a lovely landscape or a small little temple or a local market or a well known local hotel famous for its delicacy...........the choice is limitless. 

When we were driving to Goa for new year holiday in Dec 2011, we were floored by the yellow expanse of sunflowers against a clear blue sky after Hubli on the way to Karwar near Kalghatgi. It was morning and the flowers were still fresh. It was a beautiful sight soothing for the eyes. We have come across similar sights of sunflowers in full glory while driving between Badami and Belgaum and also after Chitradurga while driving to Hampi from Bangalore. 

If you are driving in Haryana or Punjab in North India during December - January, you will be welcomed by the yellow mustard fields in full bloom similar to the one you would have seen in the Bollywood blockbuster "Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge (DDLJ)"!! .........take a look at this video from the movie

Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in DDLJ

Velvety grey sugarcane flowers will wave at you in Western Indian state of Maharashtra..... especially in and around temple town of Shirdi or in Mandya district in Karnataka in South India if you are driving in December.




So, next time when you drive around in the country do look for these colourful sights. They are the stress busters for a tiring road trips..........

Have you experienced similar sights during your travel? Please do share.

Did you like this post? Do share it with your friends if it is helpful to them.








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A Travel Blog from India: Back of the Blog - Sunflowers on the way to Goa

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Back of the Blog - Sunflowers on the way to Goa

Back of the blog. Here we will share tit-bits and snippets on India Travel which may be useful for a traveller in India. It may be some new information about the place, a new cuisine one can explore, a bit of history, a funny anecdote or a good travel book. Anything connected to Travel in India. 

The fun of road trips is the freedom it gives one to stop and explore the road side sights. Driving in India provides ample opportunities to explore the country. It can be a lovely landscape or a small little temple or a local market or a well known local hotel famous for its delicacy...........the choice is limitless. 

When we were driving to Goa for new year holiday in Dec 2011, we were floored by the yellow expanse of sunflowers against a clear blue sky after Hubli on the way to Karwar near Kalghatgi. It was morning and the flowers were still fresh. It was a beautiful sight soothing for the eyes. We have come across similar sights of sunflowers in full glory while driving between Badami and Belgaum and also after Chitradurga while driving to Hampi from Bangalore. 

If you are driving in Haryana or Punjab in North India during December - January, you will be welcomed by the yellow mustard fields in full bloom similar to the one you would have seen in the Bollywood blockbuster "Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge (DDLJ)"!! .........take a look at this video from the movie


Velvety grey sugarcane flowers will wave at you in Western Indian state of Maharashtra..... especially in and around temple town of Shirdi or in Mandya district in Karnataka in South India if you are driving in December.




So, next time when you drive around in the country do look for these colourful sights. They are the stress busters for a tiring road trips..........

Have you experienced similar sights during your travel? Please do share.

Did you like this post? Do share it with your friends if it is helpful to them.








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2 Comments:

At 12/11/2012 , Anonymous Bhatiya said...

woww nice snaps admin :)
Goa is my all time favorite place :D

 
At 8/14/2014 , Anonymous Nigel said...

Hi,
Me and my friends were driving to Bangalore a few months back and I remember seeing a field of sunflowers. Wasn't too sure whether they were sunflowers as I didn't know we got them in India. Always looked for sunflowers to give as flowers but never found them at any florists. I'd possible could you mark out the route you took to find that field. I'd like to revisit it.. :)

 

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