A Road-trip to UNESCO World Heritage Site HAMPI

“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta

 

HAMPI

Hello All,

I hope you all are doing well. So this post got little late as i went for a trip this weekend (yes you can see the image in beginning 😛 ), so i couldn’t able to post it. But! but! but!  now the wait is over yeaaii. Finally i am posting this and i am so much excited :D. As i went for the trip so yes this post will also going to be about the trip and the beautiful places in Hampi. Yes, I am gonna share my looks as well. so lets get started!!!!!.

So, First let me tell you something about hampi. Hampi is a village and temple town recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Karnataka, India. According to statistics of 2014, Hampi is the most searched historical place in Karnataka on google.So of course you guys can check  more about it on google :). Here i am gonna share my experience and places i went.

Since the time was less so we covered the places as much as possible in one day. So we started with Virupaksha Temple, Hampi, Karnataka. I wore long top from Forever 21 and black pants from shopper stop. I paired up the whole look with boots from jabong to give it a little rough look and Sunglasses. I wanted to look stylish plus comfortable so i decided this look..This look was so comfy as i had to walk from one place to another to see the places. 🙂

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So  that was my look for that day. And the last place we covered was vittal temple. I would like to share some random beautiful pictures from that place so that you can also feel the beauty . There were 2000 temples in hampi as per the guide among which we covered only few temples.But whatever we saw was beautiful and mesmerizing. I would recommend everyone to go there once 🙂

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virupaksha tempe
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nearby vittal temple

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stone charriot

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Narsimha vigrah
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Narsimha vigarah supposed to be like this but due to war it got destroyed and that is why it is half in above pic

 

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finally a pic from road trip 😀

That’s all folks i hope you like it.
Comment below your feedback, suggestions or any question  you guys wanna know 🙂

 

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4 thoughts on “A Road-trip to UNESCO World Heritage Site HAMPI

  1. Awesome RG !!! Amazing dress and lovely sincere… even I should plan to visit once 🙂 compliment also goes to photographer !

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