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Krish

These are travelogues of me & my better half, Moumita. Recently we had another 4 legs join our family - our Labrador Mishki, who has now started accompanying us in our trips.

Raag Bairagi Bhairav

“What does Bairagi mean?”, said Sir. “It’s in the name itself see. Bairagan, Bairagya (A sanskrit term which means renunciation, detachment). However, it’s important to understand that it doesn’t necessarily mean┬áthat you leave everything and go.

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Aurangabad: Ajanta, Ellora and more…

If you want to understand what Incredible India truly means, head to Aurangabad, in central Maharashtra, around 350km from Mumbai, the city around which you have the incredible Ajanta & Ellora caves.

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Sri Lanka Beaches: Hikkaduwa, Galle, Unawutuna and Negombo

This was the last part of our Sri Lanka trip. Beaches!

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Kandy and Dambulla Cave Temple

We were in Kandy for 3 nights.

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Colombo: Sri Lanka

It was around 8pm, by the time we collected luggage and found ourselves walking towards the exit of Bandarnaike International Airport.

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Lepakshi Temple

130 kms drive to see a temple? Not worth it, I had said. I stood corrected and humbled by the magnificent architecture.

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Haridwar: Gateway to God

Haridwar is one of the holiest places for Hindu religion. Situated beside Holy Ganges river, thousands of Hindus visit this place for praying and taking a holy dip in Ganges.

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Hampi: Natures’s Cradle

Hampi, in North Karnataka, around 350kms from Bangalore, presents an awesome cocktail of rivers, hills, heritage and awesome food which is irresistible to a traveller.

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Coorg: Scotland of India

There were 2 different venues we stayed in and one we passed by during our time in Coorg.

Route taken to Coorg: Bangalore>Mysore Road>Road towards Ranganathittu>Bylakuppe>Kushalnagar>Suntikoppa

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Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Mysore

Located in the outskirts of Mysore, this is a nice getaway if you are in Mysore. Or if you are going somewhere via Mysore, it’s worth a stop for a couple of hours.

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Kozhikode: Kappad Beach

Bangalore to Kozhikode is about 380kms. The route was – Mysore>Gudlepet>Sultan Bathery>Kalpetta>Vythiri>Kozhikode.

We were to stay in a beachfront homestay called Liberty House in Kappad Beach, Kozhikode.

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Road Trip to Wayanad

Wayanad, a district in Kerala, has one of the least population and one of the most picturesque landscape. We had a long weekend during Diwali 2017 and were looking for someplace where we could relax, at the same time there would be enough to explore. Wayanad seemed an ideal choice.

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