Saturday, 28 June 2014

Halebidu, following the presence of Lord Eshwara, Hassan, Karnataka

It's not a unknown place to say something new but the photographic view will say more special from
individual Photographer, it was a rainy season and the rainy day, we were been to Halebidu in the evening to catch some special lights. Eshwara divinity in Calm and pleasant presence both inside and outside the temple giving the heaven feeling. Hoysaleswara and Kedareswara are the two unique presence of Eshwara. This time also we have managed to get some good snaps of the beautiful place.

Hoysala Temples

Few more hoysala temples in the below detailed links with photos

Bangalore to Shravanabelagola - 144 KM
Shravanabelagola to Channarayapatna - 14 KM
Channarayapatna to Hassan - 40 KM
Hassan - Mosale - 11 KM
Hassan to Halebidu - 30 KM
Halebidu to Belavadi - 13 KM
Halebidu to Belur - 18 KM
Belavadi to Belur - 30 KM (via Kalasapura and Kaimara handpost)
Hassan to koravangala - 12 KM  (Towards Arasikere road)


Well Maintained Garden
Hoysala Architecture
Vaastu !
Lord Ganesha in the back side of the temple

How well the presence

From Garbhagudi

Macro level of work
Inside the Temple



Cloudy day proved the best

what else need for the eye's !
Very Special
Enough to Get Experience for Photographers by these Architectures

Mind Blowing
Snaps are Non Stop
Should visit Once
Almost Ending the day

Showcasing the each part of the temple
From the garden side
halebidu temple

A temple round

Jain Thirthankara

Completing  the day

Last one

Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta (GS Betta), Gundlupet Taluk, Chamarajanagar district, Karnataka

After visiting MM Hills, BR Hills, and one small dam Krishnana Katte at yelandur, next morning we traveled to Gundlupete to Visit GS Betta, Lord Sri Krishna vitality provides aspiration to living creatures, before entering to GS Betta every vehicle has to pay the entrance fees and has 1 hour 30 Min of limited time to spent in GS Betta, Road is pathetic to travel, forest guards are roaming every ware to keep an eye on Visitors to avoid crossing the rope lines, there are too many visitors were seen in GS Betta to catch the nature beauty, rainy season provides a perfect atmosphere to match the colors. There are many elephant and deer herd to seen on the way. Fascinating eyes finally moved towards Nanjanagud to catch more presence.

Route Map:
Bangalore - Mysore - Gundlupet - GS Betta - 210 KMs
Chamarajanagar to gundlupet - GS Betta - 53 kms

On the way to Mysore to Ooty road after the Gundlupet you need to travel 18 Kms to reach Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta.
If you are Stayed in chamarajanagar then it is 53 Kms of total distance. you need to travel all the way to Gundlupet, then towards Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta.

Entrance Seen

Different Perspective

Elephant Grazing Land


Busy with camera

one more
On the way View Point
Green Route
View Point
Helicopter view

On the way

Temple View

Temple View

Temple View

Temple View

Temple View
Gopalaswamy Temple Arch

From Temple side

Elephant in the hills

Elephant and deer in closeup

Wild Life in GS hills

Elephant Trails !
Panorama View
GS Betta
Good Bye :-(

Nanjangud Srikanteshwara Temple