The journey called life is a sum total of a series of decisions taken by every individual and some of those decisions are rather impulsive. We took one such impulsive decision yesterday which took us to Melkote, an ancient temple near Mysore.
some of the best trips are unplanned. This place looks great.
Planned trips never came exactly to me. This place seems calm and green 🙂
we made an unplanned trip too 🙂 Went to chidambaram recently , yet to do the post though, will be doing it soon 🙂
That looks amazing! Any idea what the ruins are from?
Excellent site beutiful people, nice pictures!
Unplanned trips lessen the expectation and increase the excitement 🙂
I went to Melkote more than a decade back with my schoolmates. Would love to visit the place again 🙂
unplanned & unexpected..are always surprise almost pleasant surprises..
Absolutely great stuff…
Unplanned trips are by far the best ones… The pics looks great.. The place looks fab!!
I’m keeping my discovery of these fascinating places in Karnataka for later, when I hope to settle down in the State finally. Till then, thanks to you for taking me on this virtual tour.
i’d luved this temple when i visited melkote. looks like u had good fun too … 🙂
Beautiful pictures. This is the place where Ramanujacharya lived.
Hey looks like a lovely place…
Lucky Girl to take decisions just like that and… travel!!Blogtrotter is waiting your comments… 😉
It is a nice and scenic place with historic importance. I had been to this place last month and had posted on the same in blog.
Check it out if time permits.
Some brilliant pictures and a very interesting Blog – thanks for sharing! Perhaps you would also like to contribute to the travel community at trivago?
Nice! Impulsive trips are always good because anything we see is a bonus 🙂
You have an amazing blog. Its so wonderful to write about indian travel by an Indian Traveler. Great Photos. I added you on my blogger/google follow on my dashboard to keep up with all your new updates. Great Stuff!
Like Indrani’s photo blog “i share” and “frozen moment”, you too have so much to share. Very lovely monumental pictures.
wow! I’m sure you’re glad you did!
Love Melkote for its traditional feel. There is a nice lake about 10-15 km’s away called Thannur lake, its nice too.
I chanced upon your blog and found it very informative. The event blogs are striking enough to have a feel of the event, so, I would like to have a little chit-chat on your blogging interests. And even we are coming up with an event on startups on June 6th. So, can I have your contact details? Looking forward to hear from you.
Melkote is a good place. View from the top of the temple is great.
The impulsive decisions are the best ones usually! The name, Melkote sounds familiar…I may have visited this place during childhood days.
Heard a lot about this place, hopefully some day.
very zen like comment at the top. i like it!
love the first one 🙂
So where are you off to Lakshmi?
M planning another trip to my favorite place Mysore with friends. Interestingly i also found out about some great offers from the Accor Group. I think it’s ideal in this recession period. Try out http://tinyurl.com/n5lnku for details.
Ah… melkote …heavenly place !! check out our visit
2 bikes , 2 riders , 300kms…
Can anyone advise me the near places of bangalore to visit for summer holidays for my son. As i am new to Bangalore. regardsAsha
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