Lotus Mahal [Lotus Palace] at Hampi

Lotus Mahal [Lotus Palace] at Hampi

Our recent Karnataka road trip was such a good one. We went to many places including Hampi! It feels so good to see what the people have built hundreds of years back. Hampi's Lotus Mahal [Lotus Palace] in Zenana Enclosure [Ladies Enclosure] is quite a unique and different design. Here are some photos that I have taken at Lotus Mahal. Hope you all like ☺

Artistic Lotus Mahal [Lotus Palace] at Hampi

Beautiful view from Lotus Mahal [Lotus Palace] premises at Hampi

Lotus Mahal [Lotus Palace] and an old tree at Hampi

Lotus Mahal [Lotus Palace] premises at Hampi

Lotus Mahal [Lotus Palace] sign board at Hampi

The beautiful Lotus Mahal [Lotus Palace] at Hampi

View from Lotus Mahal [Lotus Palace] premises at Hampi

20 comments :

  1. So beautiful!
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/12/beautiful-saint-maarten.html

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  2. This place feels altogether like a different world from mine, Bhavesh. WOW.!

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    1. In fact it feels a completely different world for me too, even though living just around 650 kilometers away! That is because the architecture of the Lotus Palace of Hampi is around 500 years old. If we go back in that time, we will feel as if we have reached in a different world! And more interestingly, if the people from that era come over, they will see us as aliens!

      I'm so glad that I could take you back in time, to a different world Gennie! :)

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  3. How marvelous!








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  4. Thanks for linking in with "Through my Lens"

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  5. The Lotus Palace is just beautiful! I enjoyed the trees and rocks in the surrounding countryside as well, but the palace is magical.

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    1. So well noted Marie! I too love the surrounding landscape with rocks and the beautiful trees around! And the palace is just majestic.

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  6. I love this combination of architecture and nature.

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  7. I especially love the second shot with the archway. Stunning.

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    1. Thank you :) That one is my favourite too! :)

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  8. Splendid architecture, so alluring and what one thinks of in reference to India, Your photography always excels.

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    1. Yes, splendid indeed! And it is much more beautiful than it looks in the photos!

      Exactly, this is what comes to the imagination in reference to India.

      I am always glad that you like my photography Carmen! :)

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