In Search of Lost Gods – Cambodia Part 4

Angkor Wat

On the third day in Cambodia we started our journey with AngKor wat which is one of the largest religious monuments ever constructed by humankind. Its name means “temple city.” This time we had tour guide Samart with us. Taking a guide immensely helps to enrich the knowledge and our guide made the whole trip … Read more

Blog Delayed

Angkor Wat Blog Preview

As I am conducting two, back to back workshops this week, 4th part of Cambodia travelogue where we visit Angkor Wat, is delayed till next week. Sorry for the inconvenience caused. I leave you with a preview of one picture πŸ˜‰

In Search of Lost Gods – Cambodia Part 3

Preah Khan HDR Pano

After the sumptuous lunch on our grand circuit trip at Angkor group of temple, we started to cover the large temple city – The Preah Khan. The Preah Khan The Preah Khan temple located just outside the capital city Angkor Thom was built in 1191; its name translates to β€œthe Sacred Sword”. Preah Khan was … Read more

Kambala 2016-17

Miyar Kambala 2015

Here is the Time table of Kambala Races which are going held in Dakshina Kannada, Udupi & Kasargod Districts during the year 2016-17. These are the dates announced by District Kambala Committee. The Karnataka High Court again imposed the ban on Kambala sport (Buffalo Race) in Dakshina Kannada District. The Kambala sport was banned in … Read more

In Search of Lost Gods – Cambodia Part 2

Pre Rup Towers

Second day at Cambodia we wanted to explore temples of Angkor. Angkor which in Khmer language means Capital City, was the capital Khmer Empire, seems to have flourished from approximately the 9th to 15th centuries. Angkor was a megacity supporting at least 0.1% of the global population during 1010-1220 CE. The word Angkor is derived … Read more