When in Pondicherry one should miss Le Foyer du Soldat – a colonial & Heritage Building situated on Rue Law de Lauriston. Today it serves as a legion Hall for retired soldiers from Pondicherry who waged wars on behalf of France in Europe and the colonies. With a typical yellow and white walls, the building is one of those interesting heritage structures that caught my attention.
This classical rectangular shaped 15 meters tall waterfall named Sathodi Falls is one of the most picturesque and hidden waterfall located in Uttar Karnataka. Karnataka in itself has few of the best waterfalls in India. Located 32 kms from Yellapur, this waterfall is fondly known as Mini Niagra which later joins the backwaters of Kodasalli dam that is built over Kali River. The picture below is the early morning Sun
One of Goa’s important attraction are the magnificent churches which are largely a legacy of Portuguese influence. One of my must visit churches in North Goa is St Anne’s Church in Parra. Parra is a small village located close to the town of Mapusa & the villages of Saligao, Calangute, Assagaon, Anjuna & Vagator. The church was consructed in 1649 by the Franciscan Fathers that was made of mud and
One of the main attractions that shouldn’t be missed in Hampi is the popular Vittala Temple. Built in the 15th century during the reign of King Devaraya II, Vittala Temple is the most baroque of the Vijayanagara temples. The temple has many attractions of which one of them is the Stone Chariot or Ratha that stands in the courtyard is actually a shrine designed in the shape of an ornamental