India Travel Stories from Others - "Hampi" by Arun

Hampi throws up unsual experinces to a traveller. The ruins of Vijaynagar empire are spread over miles on the banks of Tungabhadra River. You can spend days exploring the ruins, revisisting the glorious history of South India. 

This is the right season to visit Hampi when the sun is mild. There is a nip in the air in the mornings and evenings are pleasant. The fields are green. Hire a bicycle when you are in Hampi. That is the best way of exploring it.

Arun is a very well known professional photographer and a travel writer based in Bangalore. He has a very popular website on travel, photography. Here is his account on his trip to Hampi and excellent pictures of the UNESCO World Heritage site. 

Please take a look at these links on his website for stories on Hampi

Hampi - A trip report

Images of Hampi

You may be interested to see these posts on Hampi in this blog here

Hampi's Wonders and Sandur's splendours

Royal ruins of Hampi


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Saturday, 15 December 2012

India Travel Stories from Others - "Hampi" by Arun

Hampi throws up unsual experinces to a traveller. The ruins of Vijaynagar empire are spread over miles on the banks of Tungabhadra River. You can spend days exploring the ruins, revisisting the glorious history of South India. 

This is the right season to visit Hampi when the sun is mild. There is a nip in the air in the mornings and evenings are pleasant. The fields are green. Hire a bicycle when you are in Hampi. That is the best way of exploring it.

Arun is a very well known professional photographer and a travel writer based in Bangalore. He has a very popular website on travel, photography. Here is his account on his trip to Hampi and excellent pictures of the UNESCO World Heritage site. 

Please take a look at these links on his website for stories on Hampi



You may be interested to see these posts on Hampi in this blog here




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6 Comments:

At 12/16/2012 , Blogger Sam Saxena said...

India is a country that is full of every beauty one may desire in order to attain a pleasant vacation. This is the core reason behind the popularity of this nation as one of the biggest tourist destinations in the entire world.

Tours and travels in Hyderabad

 
At 12/28/2012 , Blogger eTech Design said...

Really so nice blog and full-capacity of good articles. also get here popular tourists destination in India

 
At 2/09/2013 , Blogger Matt Strauss said...

Now I am ready to do my breakfast, when having my breakfast coming again to read further India Travel stories.

 
At 7/20/2013 , Blogger Akansha Puri said...

You have shared a very nice blog on complimenting Hampi's beauty including glorious history withing itself. Thanks for your posts. All the blogs provided here are quite informative, useful and helps a lot during vacations.

Accommodation In Hampi

 
At 9/30/2014 , Blogger Granted Apparel said...

Here's my story about Hampi, India.. :D Loved it!
http://giveforgranted.com/2014/09/hampi-india-in-24-hours-map-it-out/

 
At 10/08/2014 , Blogger Poorna and Brinda said...

Thank you so much. Glad you liked it. Please share the post among your friends.

 

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