Monday, October 5, 2015

Why Tasteful Tourists Insanly Want a North Eastern Girl?

Reason why tourists seek Nort Eastern girls insanely
Reason why tourists seek Nort Eastern girls insanely
What a stunning beauty of North East India
What a stunning beauty of North East India!

9 Reasons for being lunatic to meet a North Eastern Girl

1. A terrific combination of beauty and sex
2. Northeast girls have great fashion sense
3. Educated and talented
4. Which guy doesn’t like a girl with this beautiful smile?
5. They always give their best in the relationship and will hardly cheat. You will enjoy their unconditional love
6. You don’t have to worry about your girlfriend becoming fat. She believes in staying slim and fit. And look at that smooth, silky hair! All natural.
7. Your girlfriend is a fun-filled person and will always make you laugh
8. Are you a music lover? Then, she is your soul mate. She has a good taste of music
9. Their needs are small so your pocket will never be empty. All they want is love.

An introduction to North East India

1. Assam

Two Beautiful Assamese Girls
Two Beautiful Assamese Girls

Assam is synonymous with breathtaking natural beauty, teeming wildlife, immaculate tea gardens and warm, beautiful people. Its strategic location in the northeast of India, and its accessibility from the rest of the country makes it the gateway to the northeastern states.

2. Manipur

Stunning beauty of Manipur
Stunning beauty of Manipur

Manipur, a little Shangarila located in North-East India, is a Jewel of India. This little corner is a paradise on Earth where Mother Nature has been extra generous in her bounty.
An oval shaped valley surrounded by blue, green hills, rich in art and tradition has inspired description such as the "Switzerland of the East" with its cascading rapids, tripling rivers, varieties of flowers, exotic blooms and lakes. A  land of colorful communities which have lived in complete harmony for centuries.
These are the people whose folklore, myths and legends, beautiful and sexy women, dances, indigenous games and martial arts, exotic handlooms and handicrafts are invested with the mystique of nature.

3. Meghalaya 

Karen David 27 of Maghalaya now in London
Beautiful and talented Karen David 27 of Maghalaya now in London

Are places that will enhance your pleasure and give you a rejuvenating experience. Meghalaya better recognized as “Abode of Clouds” is a beautiful state of India surrounded Assam and Bangladesh. On your visit to this enchanting place you would come across glorious landscapes, countryside view, cloudy hills, twisty rivers, cascading waterfalls, and rich wildlife. The state population comprises of tribes of Khasis (which are highest in numbers) Garos and Pnars.

4. Nagaland

Incredibly pretty girls from Nagaland
Incredibly pretty girls from Nagaland

A state of eight districts promises to welcome you with unusual scenic beauty accompanied by warm village tribals who are as curious as the tourists. It borders the state of Assam to the west, Arunachal Pradesh and part of Assam to the north, Manipur to the south and Myanmar to the east. The villages of Nagaland are full of vigor and color surrounded by tribals in an untamed environment. However, with modern life picking its pace don’t expect to find people donned in tribal clothes everywhere.

5. Arunachal

Beautiful Monpa girls from Arunachal
Beautiful Monpa girls from Arunachal

Home to 26 indigenous tribes, Arunachal is perhaps the last sanctuary for India’s natural and anthropological heritage. Much of the state still remains beyond tourism’s reach, but new areas (comprising lush river gorges and craggy mountainscapes) are slowly being opened to visitors. The tribal women are stunningly beautiful and friendly.

Women of North East India: A devastating combination of beauty and talent! 

The Vinyl Records

A top rock band of beauty and talent from Arunachal
A top rock band of beauty and talent from Arunachal

This is an India-based Al l-girl Rock Band of four from North-East India that perform their gigs mostly in Indian metropolitan cities. The group consists of a Guitarist, a Bassist,a Drummer, a vocalist/Keytarist.[1] TVR featured on MTV India’s F1 Rocks show in 2011, were among the 15 finalists of Ray-Ban Never Hide Sounds, a nationwide rock talent hunt, in 2012.[2] TVR represented the state of Arunachal Pradesh in a 7-states-7-songs anti-drug compilation called 7X7 with their track "Coco Bomb". They released their debut EP Whims in 2013

Tetseo Sisters

Tetseo Sisters  of Nagaland
A terrific band with amazing beauty:  Tetseo Sisters  of Nagaland

Another all-sister collective, Tetseo Sisters (even the name says so) is a four-member band from Kohima, Nagaland that adapts and interprets powerful Chakhesang tribal music that they’ve inherited. Dressed in their traditional Naga attire, the band aims to maintain and uphold the folk heritage of Nagaland in the form of their breathtaking music. Listen to their single “Jingle Bells”

Minute of Decay

World famous band from Manipur
World famous band from Manipur

Delhi-based band, Minute of Decay, which consists of the Muivah sisters from Manipur, has a rich tradition of sibling bond to create music from.

A film from North East India

Beautiful actress from Manipur
Beautiful actress from Manipur

Chinki is a name often used in India to address people who posses a set of oriental eyes.

SA BAI is a film from Mizoram, a state in the northeastern part of India. The girl in the video is from North East India. The film is dedicated to the people of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Why haven’t you visited yet These 5 Secret Hill Stations?

Chopta valley, Uttarakhand
Chopta valley, Uttarakhand

During summer, you can head to hill stations in India to north and northeast for relief from the heat. And in the winter, you can always head to the ones in the south for some relief from the biting cold up north!  But these famous tourist hill stations could frustrate and irritate those souls who are looking for tranquility, pleasant weather, uncrowded and quiet places. They will have in their company only beautiful nature. No crowed, no noise pollution (except birds and sounds of cool breeze)
Are you such a special one who loves exploring hidden treasures of nature? With economy?
Then here are my personal picks for you

1 Pachmarhi Madhya Pradesh

Pachmarhi hills, Madhya Pradesh
Pachmarhi hills, Madhya Pradesh

Pachmarhi is Madhya Pradesh's most verdant gems. A lovely hill resort girdled by the Satpura mountain ranges, it offers absolute tranquility. Bridle paths lead into placid forest groves of Wild bamboo, Jamun, Dense Sal forests and delicate bamboo thickets
Complementing the magnificence of nature are the works of man
Pachmarhi is also an archaeological treasure- house. In cave shelters in the Mahadeo Hills is an astonishing richness in rock paintings. Most of these have been placed in the period 500-800 AD
Pachmarhi is for unwinding, effortlessly. Roads meander gently groves of trees, open spaces and heritage cottages sitting contentedly in their old gardens. The town has a quiet gentility about it as if Victorian traditions and high collars still governed most people's lives.
Much of this ambience has been set, and is still being maintained, by the strong presence of the Army whose Education Corps is headquartered here. The old cottages, meticulously maintained by the Military Engineering Services, have changed little since the days of Kipling.
Tamia: Overlooking the Narmada river valley, Tamia is a picturesque resort on the Satpura ranges. From the Tamia rest house, the view of the Dudhi plateau from 330 meters of sheer overhanging cliffs is one of the most spectacular anywhere South of the Vindhyas. Tamia is 78 km from Pachmarhi.

Must see places

Waterfalls and hotel Highlands in Pachmarhi
Waterfalls and Hotel Highlands in Pachmarhi

There are many stunning trails leading to points at the top of the hills, waterfalls, natural pools, ancient Shiva temples, a definite visit ancient churches, Mahabharata's Pandav caves, historical British Bison lodge of 1875
Best 10 Hotels in Pachmarhi
Economical and best option
Hotel Highlands-MPTDC, Pachmarhi

How to reach

The nearest airport is in Bhopal (195 km) connected by regular flights with Delhi, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Indore and Mumbai.
Pachmarhi is connected by regular bus services with Bhopal, Hoshangabad, Nagpur, Pipariya and Chhindwara. Taxis are available at Pipariya.
Pipariya (47 km), on the Mumbai-Howrah mainline via Allahabad, is the most convenient railhead.

2 Chikhaldara in Maharashtra, Satpura Range

Gwaligarh Fort Chikhaldara
Gwaligarh Fort Chikhaldara

The deep misty valleys of Chikhaldara has a new shade in every fold unwrapped. Chikhaldara (chikaldara, chikhaldhara) is located in Amaravati district of Vidarbha region, Maharastra. The only hill station in the Vidarbha region offers you an abundance of wildlife, viewpoints, lakes and waterfalls. Chikhaldara has many things to be explored.
With an abundance of natural scenery, exciting wildlife, breathtaking waterfalls and a placid lake, the beauty of Chikhaldara is overwhelming. The climate is always breezy and walking on the clouds often becomes a reality.

Places of interest

• Places of interest in and around Chikhaldara are the Melghat Tiger Project, Dhakana-Kolkaz National Park, Hurricane Point, Prospect Point, Devi Point, Gavilgad and Narnala Fort, the Pandit Nehru Botanical Gardens, the Tribal Museum and the Semadoh Lake.
• The Melghat Tiger Project has 82 tigers and also houses other animals like panthers, sloth bears, sambar, wild bear, and wild dogs.
• The scenic beauty of the misty mountains with a rich variety of flora could be observed from Hurricane Point, Prospect Point, and Devi Point.
• Excursions to Gavilgad and Narnala Fort are also memorable ones. The mystery of nature unfolds itself in every twist and turns of the hilly way.
• Oct – Feb: Cool and crisp. Temp in Dec-Jan Period is well below 10 deg C. Winter Clothing is necessary.
• March – Mid June: Warm during the day and cool in the evenings. Comfortable summer clothing. But carrying a jacket/shawl is advisable for nights.
• July – Sept: Monsoon Time. Carrying rain gear is recommended. Also advisable to carry warm clothing for the evening.
Keeping in mind that it is a forest area, wearing bright clothing is not recommended. Earthy/pastel shades are best suited and especially necessary for the wildlife Safari.

3. Chopta, Uttarakhand

On the way to Chopta
On the way to Chopta
Chopta, Uttarakhand
Chopta, Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand is known for its best hill stations in India.
Chopta is also known as "Mini Switzerland". This hill Station is located at an altitude of 2700 mts, in the Rudraprayag District in Uttarakhand State.
Chopta is surrounded by dense forest, and offers majestic views of Snow Clad Himalayan Ranges and lush green meadows. It is also the starting point of the trek to famous Tungnath Mandir (Panch Kedar Temple) and Chandrashila Summit. The Chopta region is rich in varied flora and fauna, with plenty of Rhododendron and Deodar trees all around.

Why visit Chopta?

- Most Picturesque Spot in Uttarakhand
- Unspoiled and Non-Commercialized Hill Station
- Famous for Tungnath Temple (Panch Kedar)
- Devariya Tal and Kartikswami two more trekking options
- Perfect for Peaceful Vacation with Family and Friends
- Excellent Getaway for Trekking (round the year)
- Easy Trek of 4 Kms with Amazing Himalayan Views
- One of the Shortest Trek to reach the altitude of 4000 mts
- Lush green meadows during summers and monsoons
- Snow Trekking during Winters
- Easily accessible by road from Delhi NCR region

How to Reach Chopta?

By Road: Chopta is well connected by motorable roads with major towns of Garhwal region of Uttarakhand state. Follow NH58 until you reach Rudraprayag and after reaching Rudraprayag follow the route to Kedarnath and take right turn to Ukhimath. Chopta is situated 40 kms from Ukhimath. Chopta is also accessible from Gopeshwar. Buses and taxis to Chopta are available from major towns in Uttarakhand region.

By Rail: The nearest railhead to Chopta is Rishikesh situated 209kms away. Rishikesh is well connected by railway networks with major cities of India. Buses and Taxis to Chopta and Ukhimath are easily available from Rishikesh.

By Air: Jolly Grant Airport is the nearest Airport of Chopta, situated 226kms away in Dehradun district of Uttarakhand state. The remaining journey has to be covered ether in a taxi or in a bus. Taxis are easily available to Rishikesh, Rudraprayag, Ukhimath and Chopta from Jolly Grant Airport.

Where to stay in Chopta?

There are a limited number of hotels in Chopta. Hotels and resorts in Chopta don’t necessarily provide world class amenities and superior luxury, but you can find comfortable accommodation with affordable price.
A couple of GMNVL rest houses are available during summer season, besides the local hotels (small rooms fair enough to spend few days in the laps of the Himalayas) at Chopta. Some small rooms/hotels are also available at Tungnath during summer season.
In case you are not able to locate an accommodation for you in Chopta, you may drive to Gopeshwar (39 kms from Chopta) where you may easily find Hotels for the stay.

List of hotels and resorts in Chopta

  1. Mayadeep Herbal Resort Chopta
  2. Magpie Eco Village Camp Chopta
  3. Chauhan Guest House Chopta

4. Idukki in Kerala, High Range District

Mattuppety Dam, Idukki
Mattuppety Dam, Idukki

Idukki is one of the most beautiful districts in south India, but it still hasn’t been overrun by tourists, so you can get there ahead of the crowd. The views are great, you get there by driving through forests – there will be signs telling you to watch out elephants by the side of the road – and of course, there is the dam and lake once you get there apart from the general scenic beauty.
Altitude: 2200 m Above sea level

How to Get There?

The best way to get to Idukki is private transportation. The hairpin turns on the way are lovely, so you’ll want the chance to stop and take photos or just look. There are plenty of government buses that go that way, but they will scare at least half the living daylights out of you with the way they take those turns.

Where to stay?

The government guesthouse is the cheapest and most reasonable option for accommodation, but in the last few years, more hotels have sprung up.

10 best Idukki hotels

5. Ponmudi Hill Station, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

A stunning point in Ponmudi
A stunning point in Ponmudi

Located within a short driving distance of Thiruvananthapuram, Ponmudi is an enchanting hill resort with narrow winding pathways and cool, green environs. Along with a beautiful array of mountain flowers, exotic butterflies and small rivulets, Ponmudi offers excellent opportunities for trekking. With its tea estates and mist covered valleys Ponmudi is a fast developing hill resort with cottages and dormitory accommodation facilities.
Apart from the things you’d expect from a hill station, Ponmudi is one of the best places in the country from where you can watch the kind of sunrise you had in mind when you were drawing with crayons when you were little. Remember, a couple of hills with a dip between them, the sun coming up slowly and casting rays you could actually see around? Well, sunrise in Ponmudi does look exactly like that.

How to reach?

Nearest railway station: Thiruvananthapuram, about 61 km away
Nearest airport: Trivandrum International Airport, about 67 km away
Just take a taxi/ bus from Thiruvananthapuram, and enjoy an amazing drive
Altitude: 945 m Above sea level
For further details

Where to stay?

One of the best options to stay at Ponmudi is KTDC Golden Peak

However, there are many hotels and resorts in the base town, Thiruvananthapuram

Monday, September 21, 2015

Caution: Visiting These Temples May Incite Wild Sex in You

Celebrating sex in Indian Temples
Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh

Many established tourist places in India, though a treat to the eyes and memorable are overcrowded and may be overrated. This is especially true when you are visiting with your love mate or going for honeymoon and just craving for an exotic and peaceful destination for secluded wild combative sex nights. And perhaps during the day, just wanna sit lazily on the beach or trudge up the hills?
What if you went to temples that celebrate sex as an integral part of life? What if you see erotica everywhere you look? Will you be or your mate will be interested? We think sure!

Why Does Some Hindu Temples Have Sex Sculptures and Architecture?

Hindu religion is one of the largest religions which is followed by millions across the globe and has its roots relating to the early inception of humans and civilization on earth. Temples of Hindu have been often denoted as the replicas of the cosmology of the universe. As per the spiritual and religious manuscripts and Vedas it has been stated that the architecture and the sculptures of a temple not only limns the cosmology of the universe, but explicitly portrays sensual material pleasures on their walls, which conveys life and beyond it, Almighty who created it

So read, pack your bag and hit the road!

The top on the list is:

1. Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh

Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh

No talk about erotic temple architecture can begin without mentioning Khajuraho first. While erotic sculptures make up only 10% of the artwork on the walls of the Khajuraho group of temples, it is still the most iconic name in the representation of erotica. And for centuries, the elaborate sculptures have been the centerpiece of debates and arguments about the need for such erotica on temple walls. The most accepted explanation of why “Twisting, broad-hipped and high breasted nymphs display their generously contoured and bejeweled bodies on exquisitely worked exterior wall panels” (James McConnachie) has been attributed to how Kama (lust) is an essential and integral part of the human experience.
Sculptures here range from orgies, elaborate "maithunas" (coitus) and sexual positions that require assistance by maids to hold up the woman, and even suggestive masturbation. But what is common in all the sculpted panels is how sex becomes the highest – and probably the purest – form of passion for these couples. As inspiring as these sculptures are, it is best to not replicate the positions – they are way too acrobatic we think!

Travel options

1. By Air. Khajuraho has its own domestic airport, which is well-connected to most of the Indian cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Varanasi, Allahabad and Bhopal. ...
2. By Bus. Khajuraho is well connected with a good bus network. ...
3. By Train. ...
4. Road/Self Drive.

2. Markandeshwar Temple, Maharashtra

Markandeshwar Temple, Maharashtra

While not very well-known, the Markandeshwar Temple, depicts women as dominating and demanding, and the representation of fellatio here stands in stark contrast to the sculpture on temples around the area. The Shiva temple is highly revered among devotees, and the sculptures on the exterior wall raise a few eyebrows because many do not understand why such erotica was made part of such a holy temple.

How to Reach Markanda

 Markanda village is situated at 65 kms away from Chandrapur and 184 kms from Nagpur. It is at 40 kms distance from Gadchiroli and 25 Kms from Mul in Chandrapur District.

Bus services: Are available throughout the year from Nagpur, Chandrapur and Gadchiroli and to go further to Chamorshi and then Markanda.
The bus or car  routes to go to Markanda are as follows:
 1) Chandrapur - Gondpipari - Ashti - Chamorshi - Markanda
2) Chandrapur - Gadchiroli - Chamorshi - Markanda
3) Nagpur - Gadchiroli - Chamorshi - Markanda 4) Chandrapr - Mul - Saoli - Markanda.

Nearest railway station to the Gadchiroli / Markanda is Mul

3. Sun Temple, Konarak Odisha

Sun Temple, Konarak

An architectural marvel, the Sun Temple of Konarak is built in the form of a chariot on wheels drawn by seven horses. Known as the Black Pagoda, the temple was built keeping astronomical positions in mind, but what is more surprising is the presence of erotic sculpture on the walls of the temple that, in some opinions, offer stiff competition to the Khajuraho group of monuments. One of the boldest sculptures here is that of a dog licking a woman’s genitalia – and guides routinely explain that the saliva from a dog was believed to cure sex-related infections. Scenes of polyandry, polygamy and lesbian love are aplenty at the Sun Temple, believed to have been put there to impress upon viewers that kama, like sanyas, was an essential part of life and needed to be embraced fully.

How to Reach Konark:

This prominent tourist destination of East India, Konark is well linked to all the major parts of the country by air, rail as well as road.
By Air - The Bhubaneswar airport is the most expedient point of entering the city with a number of flights connecting Konark with Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Chennai plying on a regular basis.

By Rail / Train - Located in the twin cities of Puri and Bhubaneswar, the railway stations at Konark is well linked with almost all the major destinations in India by regular trains.

Reaching Konark by Road - An extensive road network of within Konark, connects it well with the rest of the country via National highways and State highways linking it with Puri, Bhubaneswar and other cities in Odisha (Orissa) and its neighboring states.

4. Sun Temple, Modhera Gujarat

Sun Temple, Modhera Gujarat

Long defunct as a place of worship, the exquisite sun temple of Modhera, Gujarat was built in the 11th century and depicts the Hindu pantheon of deities, as well as a beautiful representation of the Samudramanthan – where gods and demons fought to receive the elixir of life. The contrast created by the presence of erotic sculptures here is quite brazen. Several scenes of high breasted and wide-hipped women engaged in orgies, passionate coitus, fellatio and elaborate love-making postures can seem quite shocking, but look deeply, and it is all a celebration of fertility and a liberal attitude towards the most basic of all desires.

How to get there

By road: Distance from Ahmedabad to Modhera is 101 km and it takes around 1.45 hours. From Mehsana it is 26 km.

By rail: The train can take you as far as Mehsana (1.5 hours).

By air: Nearest airport is Ahmedabad

5. Ranakpur Jain Temple, Rajasthan

Ranakpur Jain Temple, Rajasthan

It seems that sex wasn’t just celebrated in Hindu temples. The Jain temple of Ranakpur, unlike most other Jain temples, is an excellent study in the representation of sex and the position that women occupied in the psyche of the people of the times. While the temple has numerous exquisitely carved pillars and panels, the one that you and the missus should be looking for is a panel depicting several rather experimental scenes of coitus, with a central queen-like figure in the center, on a throne with a midget on her lap in an amorous position. Dedicated to Adinatha, the first Jain Tirthankara, the temple’s erotic sculptures connect the Digambara ideology with the Tantric cult.

How to reach there

One can easily reach Ranakpur Temples from Udaipur city by taking regular Buses or by hiring Taxis

6. Padawali Temple, Madhya Pradesh

Padawali Temple, Madhya Pradesh

The Padawali temple located in the spectacular Chambal region of Madhya Pradesh is probably the most ornate temple in the area. There isn’t an inch of stone on the temple that isn’t carved in breathtaking detail. While most of these carvings are of scenes from the Indian epics and Puranas, as well as of the Hindu trinity and scenes of mythology, there are some extremely intricate carvings of erotic imagery. The temple in fact, is known as “Mini Khajuraho” for its sculptures, but believe us when we say this, the representation of sex in Padawali is far less acrobatic and far more realistic than in Khajuraho.

How to reach there

Situated some 40 kilometers away from Gwalior, Padavali is an ancient fortress that houses few magnificent temples. The town of Gwalier is well connected by air, trains and buses/ Taxis with the rest of India

7. Bhoramdeo Temple, Chhattisgarh

Bhoramdeo Temple, Chhattisgarh

Bhoramdeo Temples, in Chhattisgarh were built in the 11th century and is a complex of 4 temples. The oldest of them was built in bricks and the rest of the stone, and the group of temples has been called “scintillating poetry in stone” for its exquisitely carved walls. In fact, it is also called the Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh for the sheer volume of erotic carvings on the exterior walls. The sculptures relate to Tanstrism and Occult, and have elaborate scenes of passionate "Maithuna" in Tantric traditions. The bas relief sculptures depict coitus as represented in the Kamasutra – and the erotic postures are believed to represent the social, cultural and religious ethos of the region. Even if the ethos doesn’t interest you, keep an eye out for some of the most realistic representations of the act.

How to reach the Temple

Through Airways
Chhattisgarh has a domestic airport in the state capital, Raipur, which is connected to almost all the important airports of the country. Indian Airlines operate frequent flights to Raipur from various destinations of India. From Raipur buses and taxis are available for different parts of the state.

Through Railways
Raipur and Bilaspur are two major railway heads of Chhattisgarh. These railway stations are served by a number of express trains from all over the country. Raipur is situated between Mumbai and Howrah, two major railheads of west and east, so several important trains pass through this railway station regularly.
Through Roadways
A good network of roads criss-cross the state of Chhattisgarh. National Highway No. 6, 16 and 43 connect all the important cities and towns of Chhattisgarh with each other and also with other parts of the country.

8. Osian Temples, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Osian Temples, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Osian village is an oasis in the Thar, 65 kilometers from Jodhpur towards Bikaneer.  There are frequent buses available from Jodhpur to Osian from the main bus station. Osian is also famous for the two ancient temples, one Jain temple and the other dedicated to Sachayi Matha
Erotica from the Brahmanical and Jain religions come together in the 16 temples in Osian. Among the profusion of sculptures related to the gods and goddesses of both religions, some of these temples have elaborate panels of couples engaged in love-making in bed, and there are some depiction of both fellatio and cunnilingus.

How to reach there:

The town of Jodhpur is well connected by Air, Train and by Buses from all major cities of India. The temple is only 65 Kms from Jodhpur. There are taxis, buses available to reach there
Note: You can take a desert Camel Safari from Osian and enjoy sand dunes and a night camp fire in The Thar desert

9. Virupaksha Temple, Karnataka

Virupaksha Temple, Karnataka

Virupaksha Temple is located on the banks of Tungabhadra River in Tungabhadra river. This temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva in his avatar has beautiful pillars and towered gateways which could make your day. Walls and other architectures in the temple vicinity with depicts a nude woman being ‘admired’ by men and women around her some of the worthy sculptures to be watched. Best time to visit the temple is during the Hampi festival in November.

How to reach 

The Virupaksha Temple is located in Hampi which is about 350 km from Bangalore. The nearest railway station from Hampi is Hospet and this lies at a distance of 13 km from Hampi. The nearest airport is in Bellary and this is located 60 km away from Hampi. Hampi is well connected by roads and railways and hence is easily accessible.

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