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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Discover the Eastern Ghats of India

Here is a quick table that links to my experiences of the ‘Eastern Ghats of India’, the mountain range that is older than the Western Ghats.
Sorted in alphabetical order. First, by ‘State’ and then by ‘Place of Interest’. 
Vizag Beach Line from Kailashgiri 
Andhra Pradesh

Place of Interest Famous for… Location Links to my posts on this blog
Vishakhapatnam (Vizag) Kailashgiri, Submarine Museum, 40 Km Marine Drive, Rishikonda Beach, Ramakrishna Beach Vishakhapatnam Vizag’s Beach Line from Kailashgiri!

Lovely Green Eastern Ghats of Vizag!

Bird’s Eye View of Vizag City and its Beach Line!

A Walk through the Kailashgiri Temple Campus at Vishakhapatnam


Place of Interest Famous for… Location Links to my posts on this blog
Ranchi Hill Station, Jagannathpur Temple, Pahadi Temple, Dasham Ghats and Falls Chotanagpur Plateau – an extension of the Eastern Ghats Bird’s Eye View of Ranchi City

Through the Eastern Ghat Roads of Jharkhand

Tamil Nadu

Place of Interest Famous for… Location Links to my posts on this blog
Kolli Hills Less Known Hill Station, Arapaleeshwar Temple, Agaya Gangai Falls, Masila Falls, Lake, View Point, Wireless Point, Solakadu, Pepper Plantations, Jackfruits, Pineapples and Guavas Near Namakkal and Salem Motorcycling through country roads to Kodaikanal and Kolli Hills in Tamil Nadu, India

Nallathambi Resort – A decent place to stay at Kolli Hills, Tamil Nadu, India

Masila Falls – An Ideal Location for a Natural Shower in Kolli Hills

Pepper Climbers from Kolli Hills in the Eastern Ghats of India

70 Continuous Hairpin Bends of Kolli Malai

Wish Granting Tree

Agaya Gangai Waterfalls – Milk that falls from the sky!

Arapaleeswarar Temple in Kolli Hills, Tamil Nadu, India

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