“Where there’s will, there’s always a wave” 😀
“Truly speaking all that one can claim is that one has the blood of mankind in one’s veins.” – Veer Savarkar
WHERE IS IT?
About 200 km from Bengaluru and 130 km from Mysuru, the Rosary Church at Shettihalli in the district of Hassan is located on the banks of the Gorur-Hemavathi Reservoir. Built in the 19th century, the church remains partially submerged during monsoons. Continue reading Submerged, Monsoon Beauty! Shettihalli Church
1. Visit the holy Gurudongmar Lake.
Where is it?
Gangtok – the largest town and the capital of Sikkim lies along one side of a hill. Although, it enjoys a stable mild climate throughout the year, it is prone to frequent landslides during the monsoon. It is also in close proximity to the Indo-China border of Nathula Pass. Continue reading Around Gangtok-A day trip filled with patriotism
Where Is It?
Located at an elevation of more than 9000 ft above sea level, this tiny town is a visual delight. Lachung, which means “small pass”, comes under the Protected Area of North Sikkim. Apart from being a picturesque location, it is the base camp to head to Yumthang valley and Zero Point. Continue reading Lachung, Over the frozen mountains & beneath the shining sun
Where is it?
Also called as white water rafting, this extreme sport can give anyone a rush of adrenaline. About an hour’s drive from the town of Gangtok, lies Bhalkhola which is the popular starting point for rafting in the glacial waters of the Teesta. Bhakola, being en-route to Bagdogra, we decided to try it on our last day in Sikkim. Continue reading River Rafting in the ice cold waters of Teesta