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Join us on the Hoysala trail


Arun and I have been planning for ages to get into the travel space. And we finally did over coffee one afternoon when we realized that we both had the same interest. Both of us were fascinated by the Hoysalas and the Malenadu region and after days of pouring over history books and a century old ASI documents we launched our first tour – The Lesser Known Hoysala temples. We also added a coffee trail and a birding trip to the heritage tour and lo, we became tour guides as well.

We had a trial run last month with friends who gave us a lot of motivation and now we are back again. This time, we would like to invite you to join us. The trip would cover temples off the tourist track, go to the ancient town of Dwarasamudra and its ruins, the temple called Velapuri also called Belur on the banks of the River Yagachi. We promise that it will not be a history class, but will present you with some colourful details of the lives of the kings and queens as well..:)

We look forward to having you with us.Do join us and you can mail me at lakshmi.sharath@gmail.com or arun at arunchs@yahoo.com for any information. The details are in the brochure.(Pls click on it to see it in full)

35 comments

  1. GMG 25 June, 2009 at 23:58 Reply

    Hi Lakshmi! This looks a very interesting trail. The temple is magnificent and the green is gorgeous! I’m looking forward to see and read the next episodes!!

    Blogtrotter is showing some sights of the most northern capital city in the world. Enjoy and have a great weekend!

  2. Patricia Torres 26 June, 2009 at 16:34 Reply

    Oh.. Lakshmi.. this is such a great idea!! Loved it!!! Can I plan to join you in Nov?? or early next year? Will you be doing this often??

    I’ll contact you for sure… if I plan a trip!! I’m so impressed!! Well done!

  3. Shivya 26 June, 2009 at 23:21 Reply

    Yours is a great blog. I must come back and read loads more about your travels. I hope I’ll be able to join you on one of your trails soon 🙂

  4. Suhasini K Bhat 30 June, 2009 at 10:17 Reply

    Hi Lakshmi,

    This is really a great idea. Had I stayed in Bangalore, I would have joined you for sure. I wish I would join you in one of you forthcoming trips. All the best.

    Btw, when I started my travel blog recently, I came to know about your blog from one of your friends, who happens to be my friend too. The moment I browsed through your blog, I was impressed a lot. Very interesting….keep writing.

    Regards,
    Indian Columbus
    http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com
    Indian Columbus

  5. iamyuva 1 July, 2009 at 23:40 Reply

    would love to join but unfortunately iam onl landing india/chennai on 5/ju for 2weeks. if any short 1/2day trips planned during that time that would be great.

  6. mannab 10 July, 2009 at 10:48 Reply

    Dear Lakshmi,
    I am a fan of your blog and would love to join you, but my age holds me back. However, I would like to know how you have done the Hoysala trail and would suggest your name for other younger friends. How about any trail on coastal side of Konkan? I will be interested if you arrange in Dec.since I am planning to visit kerala in Sep.Any tips?
    Mangesh Nabar

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