Thursday, 23 July 2015

Sunset @ Nandhi Hills


On a breezy Bangalorean evening, I visited Nandhi Hills. I had heard a lot about that place. So, I was excited to go there. When I knew that we might be lucky enough to watch the sunset, my happiness saw no bound…


Nandi Hills is approximately 60 km from Bengaluru city. Now, it is famous among everyone in Bangalore - a perfect get-away on a not-so-perfect weekend. People generally go there for Sunrise. Friday and Saturday late nights and early mornings would be very crowded.


This place reminds of the Bangalore that was. The wonderful weather, beautiful scenery and the lush greeneries will surely steel your heart; leave you awe-stuck.


I felt like Nandhi Hills was giving a message – Respect the nature. Nature will pamper you!


"You want proof there's a God? Look outside, watch a sunset."
— Frank E. Peretti


"There's a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they're absolutely free. Don't miss so many of them."

— Jo Walton


22 comments:

  1. wow! very lovely shots!

    I just love hills, they are so enchanting, serene and peaceful :)

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  2. Cool pics. I heard there are many monkeys on this Nandi hills. Didn't any of them catch you or snatch your bag/camera? :P

    Destination Infinity

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    1. Actually there are many monkeys... Found them more in the nearby temple and not on the hills per se...
      And Rajesh, no monkey can stop me from clicking or sharing on the blog :P

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  3. I have been here and I love this place

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  4. And now I have added one more place to my bucket list :)

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    1. Aha! You will surely have a good time !

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  5. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos.

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  6. Gorgeous pics! Love to go there to do some plein air, will the monkeys snatch away my paints?

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    1. They are well-behaved... They will not bother you as long long you let them be!

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  7. It was so crowded when we went there :/

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    1. I have also always heard that the place would be crowded... :(

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  8. Fantastic capture over the sunset! I have been to nandhi hills but on a sunny midday, but i enjoyed the visit and views

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    1. It is like heaven in the middle of mayhem! I am glad that you enjoyed the place :)

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  9. O, What a beauty! Really ecstatic both sunrise and sunset. God has arranged such a lot for our sense organs,stomach and mind.

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    1. So true... very thankful for everything as well... Thanks rudra :)

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  10. Oh what beauty!! I have been to Nadi hills but never stayed till sunset, now I wish I had.

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    1. Thanks Rajlakshmi :)
      I have heard that sunrise would be even more beautiful!

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