Life is a book and the people who don’t travel just read the one page of life. I think we all should try to add more and various chapters in our book of life. Travelling gives you pleasure and knowledge. In Nut shell I can say that that this article belongs to those travellers who always want to explore more.
Shettihalli Church, Karnataka
If the ruins look this amazing then imagine how it would have looked in its heydays! Located just 22 kms away from the village of Shettihalli, the origin of this church goes back to 1860s when French missionaries in India laid the foundation stones. A marvelous work of Gothic architecture.
Air of mystery, amazement and wonder–all will hit you together once you set foot in the rocky world of Unakoti in Tripura. The stone carving of numerous Hindu gods and goddesses on hills and uncut rocks will leave you mesmerized. More interesting is the fact that no one actually knows who, how and when these statues were made! Considering the scale of the work, it is more than obvious that people relate them to some divine intervention.
Cellular Jail, Andaman & Nicobar
Perhaps the most dreaded colonial prison during the British rule in India, Cellular Jail is also known as Kala Pani. This infamous prison has kept in captivity many of India’s freedom fighters and rebels who raised their voices against the atrocities of the English rulers. The inhuman treatment meted out to the inmates here became a part of legends and to some extent it is a relief that this ominous place now lies abandoned.