We went to Yelahanka railway station to pick up my parents after losing 3 phone conversations asking them to get down at Bangalore Cantonment. Their winning argument was, don’t bother – we’ll bring ourselves home. The train was late so we had a little romp around the railway station. We discovered temples and weaving machines. […]
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They showed us the oolong tea, steeped it in a pot of hot water and gave us an hour glass of 5 min, so that we knew when to drink it!
I am fascinated by sleeping dogs and sleeping people too actually! The trick is to take the picture without waking them up with the shutter sound. There is a kannada song, Tutthu Anna Tinnoke…, it says that you need a morsel of food to eat, a gup of water to drink, a piece of cloth […]
There are so many ways of life and so many means to make a living!
The Rains have hit Bangalore Early!!! Here are some pictures through my car window.
The Karnataka Chitra Kala Parishat has an Arts College, Art Exhibition, Art Mart and an Art Gallery. We walked to Nagashettihalli and took a bus to Majestic and got off at KCKP. That easy. The grounds are as pretty as the paintings, photographs and sculptures. On the return we took an Airport bus to Kodigehalli […]
I almost missed seeing the wonderful temples around the Dharmaraya temple (hard to wear and remove shoes so many time.. silly). There is a Hanuman temple, a Rama temple, a Siva temple, A Sakthi temple and a Naga Devatas temple. The Sakthi temple has an old lady as a priest. She did not look like […]
News from a Bangalore Bus : An organised gang is stealing mobile phones off bus passengers. They buy the Rs 30 day passes and stand in the thickest parts of the crowd without moving to the seats. In the bus I was travelling in a passenger who was using a phone was hit on […]
Everyone in Bangalore knows about the Flower Show here! But do they know that this is where the great Satya Sarada took her first steps? I love to come in here in the mornings when there is no crowd and eat all that is offered for sale!
The temple is near Sarada theatre near Corporation Building. To get their I bought a day pass for Rs 30 on the bus and took a busroute leading to K.R. Market. I hopped off at corporation stop and took a Rs 20 auto to the temple (because I didn’t know the way). On […]