The Other Side of Hampi

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  1. Some really beautiful pics, Parul! I liked the one of the coracle.
    And the new blog look is fabulous, okay? 😃

  2. Aseem says:

    Some really beautiful pics. The last one takes the cake :).

  3. Is the last photo entirely real? I mean without any touch ups? The reason why I am asking this is it looks like a picture postcard with the hues and lighting. I like those round shaped boats which go revolving in the river. The first time I saw them was 10 years ago when I visited the river bank near Srirangapatnam.

    • Parul Thakur says:

      Thanks, Anamika. I have just cropped a bit, used a basic filter but no touch ups. That Sun is there and so is the wire that you see in the sky. 🙂 The scene was beautiful.
      That’s a coracle.

  4. Shanx says:

    Well, this is one place closest from mine and somehow, I have not been there yet 🙁 So, now there’s more to see! I will soon visit it 🙂

  5. Traci York says:

    Beautiful pictures! I would love to visit here some day – thanks for sharing your travels, Parul!
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  6. Fantastic photographs. It looks just the kind of quiet town we’d like to visit and enjoy!
    Pinned! 🙂

  7. Lata Sunil says:

    Point noted..

  8. Nabanita says:

    I have heard so much about Hampi that now I really have to plan a trip there..maybe once M is a little older…you changed your website design a little, did you? Looks nice..

  9. Rachna says:

    Oh wow! Such beautiful clicks. You know I got into one of those coracles when I had made a trip to Mekedatu. The current was swift and I was really scared that this damn thing would turn over tossing me into the raging Cauvery. 🙂 This really looks lovely. I have never been to Hampi and I will come back to this post when I plan to visit this place.

  10. Kala Ravi says:

    Lovely captures Parul! I’ve never been to Hampi and definitely never heard of the other side. Adding this to my bucket list. You’ve given a lovely peek into Hampi’s other side!

  11. Rajendra says:

    haven’t been to the other side yet. Revealing.

  12. My Hampi plans are jinxed! 🙁 I so want to visit it for its architecture. Now that I have read this, even the ‘other side’ is added to my list 🙂 Thanks for sharing Parul!

    • Parul Thakur says:

      Hampi is a photographer’s paradise. If you check out the other posts on Hampi, you will see I couldn’t get enough of them. I plan to visit again someday. Thank you for stopping by.

  13. Vidya Sury says:

    Lovely photos! Have been planning to visit Hampi for quite some time! Thanks for sharing, Parul! That restaurant’s decor is so charming! Show us a photo of the boat!
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  14. Dashy says:

    Lovely clicks, seeing the coconuts trees feels close to home (here in Kerala). Adding Hampi to my list of travel with a note about the ‘other side’. 🙂
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  15. Obsessivemom says:

    Lovely pictures Parul. Do you have any of those boats?

  16. I remember the pictures you posted earlier. It is good to have some time traveling. Liked the little advert, and casual ambience of the restaurant pic too.

  17. Rajlakshmi says:

    I remember reading your earlier posts on Hampi too… So rich in architecture and history. Lovely captures 🙂
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