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Tue, 12 Jan 2010

India, 360 Degrees at a Time, Part Two

Here's the second part of my ongoing series.

Climbing down the hills, on the banks of the Tungabhadra river you find people washing laundry and bathing, and coracles waiting to be used for a trip through the river.

Tungabhadra River

The greatest of the ancient temples in Hampi is the Vitthala Temple:

Vitthala Temple

Set in in lush green scenery you find the Achyutaraya Temple, which you already might have seen, from above, in yesterday's series:

Achyutaraya Temple

That's it for today, tomorrow I'll post more panoramas, both from Hampi and other stops of our trip.

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