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KARNATAKA – One state many worlds!

I got a chance to visit the beautiful state of Karnataka with Karnataka tourism earlier this month traveled and I have to admit that this state is a perfect blend of heritage and natural beauty. Karnataka has preserved all its traditions with utmost grace and beauty and leaves no opportunity to embrace them with sheer dignity.

Dress: Cover Story
Jacket: Forever 21
Belt: H&M
Sunglasses: Ray Ban
Accessory: Sarojini Nagar

What warms my heart the most is that, the people of the state surely know how to stay true to their culture and represent it in the most beautiful way. They take absolute pride in where they belong and honestly, this is how it should be. After all it’s the people‘s who bestow it’s states’ identity.

I was there in Karnataka for about 7 days T-Shirt and I have to admit there wasn’t a single dull moment. From being in the middle of the forest, devouring traditional south Indian food, to elephants showering water from their trunks I enjoyed every bit of my trip thoroughly and now that I am back lazing at home in my Ray-Ban – I so wish to go back and live the tourist life yet again which is why I decided to jot everything about my trip to Karnataka here on the blog, so that I can relieve all of that along with you guys. So without further ado, let’s begin! Shall we?

During the trip, we explored the following cities/districts in the state: Mysore, Bandipur, Coorg, Hassan, Mudigere & Bangalore

Starting with Day-1, Since we had just arrived in the state via an early morning flight the schedule for the day was kept pretty easy. In the afternoon we went on exploring Mysore palace along with our guide who took us on a tour and gave us a thorough insight into the history behind everything.

On Day-2, In the morning we went to Chamundi hills followed by a wildlife safari to the Bandipur National park -though we didn’t spot a tiger but the overall experience of going on a safari was a whole lot fun. Also, I did manage to get some stunning shots for the gram- so that full fill the purpose. Doesn’t it?

Top & Shoes : Zara
Jeans: H&M
Jacket: Levis

On Day-3, We woke up early morning for another wildlife safariRay-Banand then we travelled to Coorg via road and had a great time on our way, everybody was fun and giggles, we sang songs and enjoyed our heart out. On arrival, we checked into our hotel and went for local sightseeing to the Abbey falls, Omkareshwara Temple, Madikeri Fort and RajaSeat. The architecture for Omkareshwara Temple screamed glory from every corner. It was such a positive feeling to be surrounded with all those chants and a breeze of fresh air.

On Day 4, we went to the Dubare elephant camp and witnessed the most beautiful and pious thing ever, we sought blessings from the elephants, touched them, goofed around and to be honest this was the most heartwarming thing I’ve ever experienced. Still not over that feeling and I’d truly recommend you guys to go and experience this beautiful feeling yourselves at least for once in your lifetime.

On Day 5, we went to Halebid and Belur Temple and it surely is one of the most beautiful temples I’ve ever visited. The scriptures on the walls had a story to tell and everything was so well translated by our guide that I am still amazed at how thoughtfully everything was brought into place.

Dress  : Cover Story

On Day 6, we drove to Bangalore on and we didn’t really do much! Just gazed around the markets in the city and went around M G road and Brigade road.

On Day 7, Since this was our last and final day and we had our flight to catch in the evening we packed our suitcases and our hearts full of memories to cherish and left for Airport.

T-Shirt: Aeropostale
Pants: Zara
Trench: Sarojini Nagar
Shoes: Nike

Karnataka, you were beautiful! Thank you to Karnataka tourism for having me on board and Thank you to you guys for all the love! Sending a lot more love right back at you! Xoxo

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  • Reply
    Nidhi Narang
    December 28, 2018 at 2:05 pm

    Nice pic

  • Reply
    Kris Haris
    December 28, 2018 at 4:14 pm

    Nice Travelogue, we were planning for a trip to Coorg & Mysore, The websites that mentioned and really helped us to plan the trip. Expecting more travelogue form you. Good job !!

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