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Exploring the Grandeur of Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace in Bangalore

When it comes to historical landmarks in Bangalore, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace stands as a testament to a bygone era of royal grandeur. Located in the heart of the city, this two-story teakwood palace offers a glimpse into the life of Tipu Sultan, the 18th-century ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore. Hyder Ali commenced its …

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“Bolar Estuary of Mangalore: The Confluence of Netravati and Gurupura Rivers”

Nestled in the picturesque city of Mangalore, the Bolar Estuary stands as a testament to the natural beauty and ecological diversity that defines this coastal region. It’s here, at the convergence of the Netravati and Gurupura rivers, that nature’s magic unfolds. It’s a unique ecosystem where these two rivers meet the Arabian Sea, creating a …

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Beneath the Earth’s Veil: The Enchanting Wonders of Belum Caves

Belum caves, India’s largest limestone cave system, carved by the relentless flow of river water over millions of years, offer a mesmerizing journey into the depths of geological history. It is located in the dry hot Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh. This natural cave was formed due to erosion in limestone deposits in the Chitravathi …

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Visited 200-year-old, Glass bangle manufacturing site

    Bangles are a symbol of prosperity and prosperous according to Hindu culture. Whether it’s marriage or any other women-associated functions these bangles are traditionally immersed in our culture. Its belief that the jingling sound of bangles drives away the negative energy of the surrounding.   Since from Mohenjo-Daro period the usage of Bangles …

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Prosopis Juliflora -A weed or boon

P.Juliflora also called ‘Balahari/Ballary jaali (ಬಳ್ಳಾರಿ ಜಾಲಿ)  in Karnataka. since it’s found abundantly in these regions. It’s a native South American speciehow this invasive species that silently threatens local flora\fauna. From Buchanan’s journeys, in his journey in south India (1800-1801), there is no mention of these species in his famous book “A Journey from Madras …

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Nidugal Cholas and their capitals -Govindavadi (Govinadawada) PART 1

Nidugal Cholas, These Cholas they claimed as descendants of the legendary Chola king of Karaikal and they bore titles such as “Lord of Uraiyur” (Early Chola’s capital) In many inscriptions, you can witness these titles and they ruled from the early 11th Century to the 13th Century A.D. These chiefs ruled Pavagada, Sira, Madhugiri regions of …

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Robert Bruce Foote museum – A journey into our pre-historic past!

If you are fascinated by pre-historic period, then it is better to visit Bellary once to know about the Paleolithic and Neolithic ages. The Robert Bruce Foote Museum in Bellary is a unique prehistoric museum of the stone age-related to Sanganakallu, A pre-historic site near to Bellary city. This museum was renamed “Robert Bruce Foote” …

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