Next on the list was Belur temple. The entrance of this temple was like an authentic South Indian temple with a big compound. Again, I recommend a tour guide who will give a detailed description of this temple. It is amazing to see how artists at that era carved such beautiful sculptures out of stone. Each carving was different from each other and unique in its own way.
Early morning walk in the Village is refreshing, living in a city we miss simple things of life like fresh air. The village air was so fresh and relaxing. We even bought fresh ginger from a local farm.
On your way back to Bangalore, you can visit the Shravanabelagola temple; it is an important Jain pilgrimage.
The temple is built on the cliff, and to reach it, one must climb approx. 500 steps. On reaching the top of the cliff, the view is very beautiful. Again, you have to drive back to Bangalore to take a flight back to Delhi.
I hope this gave you a brief description of what all can be done when visiting that part of the Country.
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