Stories on Karnataka

Hubli off the beaten track

During my recent visit to Hubli, I decided to take the path off the beaten track to explore some of the ancient temples of the city and came away impressed with the grandeur of an ear gone by. The city of Hubli itself is quaint and has a culture of its own. While it is well known for its musical connections (especially Dharwad its twin city), the historical and ancient temples here add a charm of their own. Chandramouleshwara Temple

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SOS Wildlife – Sloth Bear Conservation

Bearing With Bears On a recent trip to Agra, I discovered that there is so much more than the iconic Taj Mahal when I visited the Wildlife SOS centre on the outskirts of the city. Wildlife SOS was established in 1995 by Kartick Satyanarayan and Geeta Seshamani with the holistic belief that providing sustainable alternative livelihoods and education to communities dependent on wildlife and natural resources, would lead to sustainable wildlife protection. “Our organisation is responsible for taking action against

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Hangal – story of lost temples

Ode to Chalukyan Architecture As a child I had read much about the Chalukyas in my history books. Naturally when I had an opportunity to see this for myself, I jumped at the opportunity. Setting off to Hangal in Haveri district near North Karnataka is a wonderful way to see the famed Hoysala architecture. It is said that Hangal was the capital of a branch of the Kadamba dynasty. From 1068 to 1203 A.D. the Hangal Kadamba family ruled from

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Stories in Spectrum

Deccan Herald’s Tuesday Supplement, Spectrum is a delightful one where you can find out the best of Karnataka as well as global scientific and environmental issues. Here are some of my articles: Kokkarebellur Tiger Conservation in Nagarhole Guddattu Vinayaka Temple Mysore Paintings Tribal Music  Yana Traditional Board Games Environment Kolkata Wetlands

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