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"Private Tour: Ancient Temples of Belur
"Private Tour: Ancient Temples of Belur Halebid Shravanabelagola from Bangalore""You will be picked up at 7:30am from your hotel for this tour. During the trip you will visit the Hoysala period temples of Belur Halebeedu and witness Asia’s tallest monolithic stone statue of Gomateshwara at Shravanabelagola which is a prominent Jain pilgrimage center. After reaching Yediyur village
From $54.00
Private Full Day Sightseeing Tour Around Bangalore
"You will be picked up in the morning at approximately 7:00am from your local hotel or airport in Bangalore. From there you will be driven approximately 3-hours to Hassan to meet up with your guide. You will then continue to Belur with your driver and guide to visit the first area with the Chennakesava Temple and the Veeranarayana Temple. Explore these temples and let the you will continue to Halebidu the ""Old City"" to visit the Hoysaleswara Temple to enjoy the sights and history of this temple. Lastly after visiting the Hoysaleswara temple in the regal capital of the Hoysala Empire of the 12th Century
From $70.00
Private Day Trip to Shravanabelagola from Bangalore
"Get picked up in the morning at your preferred location such as your local hotel or the airport in Bangalore (the exact departure time will be determined prior to the tour day). Then you will embark on a 2.5 hour drive to Shravanabelagola the capital of the state. Upon arrival you will meet with your tour guide who will guide you through the area of Shravanabelagola. Enjoy this tour looking back at history visiting and admiring the Gomateshwara Statue the colossal statue of Bahubali and glancing at the past while visiting the Kalamma Temple
From $50.00

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Cane sugar production

Up and away to Mysore. Driving through sugar cane and corn fields, coconut trees and betel nut trees, millet fieldsTime to visit a hand-crafted cane sugar fabrication, or should I say handmade sugar ?...
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Next to is a briquettery, where the red-brown bricks still are handmade by men and women and afterwards dried in the sun or in the brick-oven.
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