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Old January 11th, 2010, 06:11 PM   #81
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Chinese firm interested in setting up theme park in K'taka

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Bangalore: The Karnataka Government has received a formal enquiry from a Chinese company for setting up of a Rs 5,000 crore theme park in the state.

"We have received enquiry from a Chinese company. They are looking for land to set up the theme park," said K Viswanatha Reddy, Director, Department of Tourism, told media on the sidelines of a meeting organised by FICCI for investment in hotel infrastructure here today.

"Currently, no land parcel has been identified", he said adding that the company was interested in 1,000 acres of land on the outskirts of Bangalore. It was keen on buying land from farmers who were ready to sell.

The company would like the government to help in facilitating acquisition of land and other clearances required for setting up the project.

The company, whose name Reddy refused to divulge was looking at Rs 5,000 crore investment over a period of time.

The time frame for setting up the project was a year.
Source: Zee News

Wow! China wants more land, that too in Karnataka!
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State identifies 2,500 acres for tourism projects

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As part of its initiative to promote tourism, the department of tourism, has identified over 2,500 acres for tourism activities. The department has also started working towards realising the plans it had announced as part of the Karnataka Tourism Policy 2009-14.

The government is in possession of 1,100 acres and has identified another 1,400 acres of privately-held land which will be offered to those wanting to set up tourism projects. The government is looking to set up its own projects as well as projects as public private partnerships (PPP) on the lands.

“We have a target of attracting increased investment from 2009 to 2014 to develop tourism in the state. For this, we have started offering incentives like 50 per cent exemption on stamp duty for investment of less than Rs 50 crore and 75 per cent exemption on stamp duty for projects of Rs 50 crore and above,” said K Viswanatha Reddy, director- tourism, department of tourism, Government of Karnataka on the sidelines of a meeting with the Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA) organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).

It has been learnt that a Chinese company has come forward with the proposal to set up a theme park on the outskirts of Bangalore with a large investment outlay. The company is understood to be keen on putting up the investment on its own and is looking to set up a theme park with water sports, sky riding and other adventure sports. For this, it is in talks with the Karnataka government to acquire around 1,000 acres. The company is in the initial discussions with the government and is looking to put up the infrastructure in a year if it gets the go-ahead from the government.

Karnataka is estimated to attract 550,000 international and 275,000 domestic tourists per annum. The state is expected to see a demand for 25,000 rooms in the next five years. To facilitate stay of tourists in Kodagu, Chikmanglur and Shimoga, the government is promoting the Athithi Karnataka Home Stay facility where those possessing well-constructed houses with unused rooms can come forward to register with the government.

“In the last six months we have approved 259 home stays,” said Reddy. For the last mile connectivity to tourist spots, the government is looking to spend Rs 15 crore in the coming months.

JungleLodges and Resorts (JLR), a unit of the Government of Karnataka’s Tourism Department which runs 12 lodges is planning to set up 10 more. Some other initiatives like a night safari in the Bannerghatta forests with an investment of Rs 178 crore, a golf course in Mangalore over a 150-acre of land, heli-tourism, cruise tourism and caravan tourism are being planned for which the government will invite bids from private entities.
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Old January 12th, 2010, 08:12 AM   #83
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Home is where history is

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Ganesh Amingad goes in search of traditional North Karnataka homes, and finds several of them, some in excellent shape, some dilapidated, others renovated. But, if there’s one thread that unites all such houses, it is the history of centuries that surrounds them.



Traditional North Karnataka homes have caught the imagination of television buffs in the state these days, thanks to their depiction in popular Kannada serials and cinema.

Waades, as they are known in local parlance, have suddenly generated a lot of interest, for their grandeur and the history that surrounds them. My interest in these homes was triggered when filmmaker Girish Kasaravalli was on the lookout for a waade for his film Kanasemba Kudureyaneri based on writer Amaresh Nugadoni’s short story. I went in search of these waades with the writer, and found quite a few of them, some whitewashed and ready for television serial makers, some dilapidated, deserted, cobwebs and all, and then, some others renovated to suit modern lifestyles.
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Akash, do you have an ancestral Waade in Belgaum?

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Yes Krishnamoorthy have it in khangaon of Gokak taluk, Belgaum district.
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Bangalore, Jan 12, DHNS:

As part of the celebrations to commemorate Krishnadevaraya’s 500th year of coronation, the Government on Tuesday reiterated its proposal to build a museum in Hampi to display the lost history of Vijayanagar Empire.


At a commemorative event at Kanteerava Stadium here, Higher Education Minister Aravind Limbavali said his Department will be giving 80 acres of its land from the Hampi University to build the museum which will display the antiques. Meanwhile, another 80 acres is being taken by the Tourism department towards the same project in Hampi.

Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa in his speech addressed to hundreds of school children and college-goers gathered at the event, said: “The historical figures are an inspiration to the State and the current generation. I assure you (audience) that we will strive to take their lives and the morals by which they lived to ensure that Karnataka will be model State in the country.” The government had earlier tried to ensure that at least 1,000 children per day visit the Hampi ruins of the Vijayanagar empire under the directions of the CM. The State has also approached the Centre to release a commemorative postal stamp and coins on Krishnadevaraya.

Referring to the former glory of Vijayanagara Empire, Tourism Minister, G Janardhana Reddy said that Bellary district which houses the ruins of the empire is returning to its hey days. “Not less than 15-16 helicopters fly in and out of Bellary, including national and international airplanes. Even companies like ArcelorMittal and Posco have shown interest to set up steel plants there. Jindal already has made a mark in its business,” said Reddy.
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/...ar-empire.html

Bellary is no doubt the private/chartered aviation hub of the country
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Old January 13th, 2010, 06:58 PM   #86
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Union Ministry of Tourism to organize domestic Tourism Road Show and inter-state regional conference of Tourism Ministers of southern States/UT administrations at Bangalore

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The Union Ministry of Tourism has convened an inter-state regional conference of Tourism Ministers of southern States/UT administrations at Bangalore, Karnataka on 16th January 2010 to discuss tourism related issues. The conference will be inaugurated by the Union Tourism and Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation Minister Kumari Selja. Union Minister of State for Tourism Shri Sultan Ahmed, Karnataka Chief Minister Shri B.S.Yeddyurappa and Tourism Ministers of all southern States/UTs are scheduled to attend the conference.

The daylong conference will discuss among other things Rationalization of luxury tax, issues to facilitate seamless travel in Inter-State Circuits, Tourist security and safety, Broad basing of hospitality education and training and initiation for skills training in hospitality sector.

On the eve of the conference, the Union Ministry of Tourism will also organize a Road Show for Domestic Tourism on 15th January 2010 focusing the tourism attractions of Southern Indian States including Union Territories. The Road Show will be inaugurated by the Union Tourism Minister Kumari Selja. Minister of State for Tourism Shri Sultan Ahmed will also grace the occasion. Karnataka Tourism is the host State partner of this Event.

The State Tourism departments will be making presentations to the travel trade being invited from other regions of the country who are promoting domestic tours so that they can familiarize with the southern tourism products and the new initiatives taken by the State Governments. There will also be an interaction as Buyer – Seller Meet where the Tour Operators of other regions will be interacting with the package providers of Southern Region as well individuals, Hotels, Transporters etc.
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They can discuss Mysore-Bellary-Goa flight package?

Akash, Aihole & Badami in Bagalakote are also very important heritage sites. Aihole Temple Complex with 120 shrines shares second place with Jageshwar, Uttarkand; first being Bateshwar, MP temple complex with 200 shrines. But, Bagalakote does not have an airport yet.
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Krishnamoorthy,I guess Bagalkote need not have an airport as it is close to Belgaum airport and that would suffice the air needs fro bagalkote.
At any cost they must promote mysore tourism and talk about Mysore-Bellary-Goa packages,Mysore cant afford to have a duck like airport,it needs to be operate flights.

I guess there would be many airports in northern karnataka which can cater to the traffic well,there is no need for more airports.
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ASI takes up conservation of 29 temples in State

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Twenty-nine important temples in Karnataka are currently undergoing a conservation process, courtesy the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).

The work has been taken up under the annual monument conservation programme by the Bangalore and Dharwad circles of ASI, the Culture Ministry said here on Wednesday.

Among the temples undergoing conservation are the group of monuments at Keladi, Amrutheshwara temple at Amruthapura, Hoysaleshwara temple (Halebidu), Lakshminarasimha temple (Nuggehalli), Harihareshwra temple (Harihara), Kalleshwara temple (Bagali), Lakshmi Narashima temple (Rangapura), and Bheemeshwara temple (Neelagunda).

Keshava temple (Somnathpura), Keerithinarayana temple (Talakadu), Sreekanteshwara temple (Nanjanagud), Rameshwara temple (Narasamangala), Ananthsayana temple (Ananthashayanagudi), Achutraya temple complex (Venkatapura), and Chandrasekara temple (Kamalapuram) too are undergoing various conservation work.

According to the Ministry, the other temples undergoing conservation work are Krishna temple at Krishnapuram, Lakshminarayana temple (Sindhugatta), Ranganatha Swamy temple (Srirangapatna), Jyotirilinga temple (Aihole), Huchappayya temple (Aihole), Narasimha temple (Halsh), Virupaksha temple, sub-shrines around Mahadeva temple at Ittagi, Galageswara temple (Galaganatha), Tarakeshwara temple (Hangal), and Ramalingeshwara t]emple (Balambeedu).
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Bangalore Jan 13: As part of the celebrations to commemorate Krishnadevarayas 500th year of coronation, the Government on Tuesday reiterated its proposal to build a museum in Hampi to display the lost history of Vijayanagar Empire.

At a commemorative event at Kanteerava Stadium here, Higher Education Minister Aravind Limbavali said his Department will be giving 80 acres of its land from the Hampi University to build the museum which will display the antiques. Meanwhile, another 80 acres is being taken by the Tourism department towards the same project in Hampi.










Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa in his speech addressed to hundreds of school children and college-goers gathered at the event, said: The historical figures are an inspiration to the State and the current generation. I assure you (audience) that we will strive to take their lives and the morals by which they lived to ensure that Karnataka will be model State in the country. The government had earlier tried to ensure that at least 1,000 children per day visit the Hampi ruins of the Vijayanagar empire under the directions of the CM. The State has also approached the Centre to release a commemorative postal stamp and coins on Krishnadevaraya.

Referring to the former glory of Vijayanagara Empire, Tourism Minister, G Janardhana Reddy said that Bellary district which houses the ruins of the empire is returning to its hey days. Not less than 15-16 helicopters fly in and out of Bellary, including national and international airplanes. Even companies like ArcelorMittal and Posco have shown interest to set up steel plants there. Jindal already has made a mark in its business, said Reddy.
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Keshava Temple, Somanathapura, Mysore

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NYT rates Mysore fourth best place to visit in 2010

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Mysore, the City of palaces, has been named the fourth best destination in the list of '31 places to go in 2010' by the New York Times citing its booming yoga centres which cater to everyone’s need.

The only other destination from India that made to the list is Mumbai, which is ranked 13th by the daily. Sri Lanka topped the list followed by Patagonia Wine Country - an Argentine valley, and Seoul. Recognising Mysore’s excellence in the field of Yoga, the report said, “Yogis seeking transcontinental bliss head these days to Mysore in southern India.”

“Mysore’s yoga boom now has shalas catering to every need. Off the mat, the yoga tribe hobnobs at Anu’s Bamboo Hut or the Regaalis Hotel pool, studies Sanskrit, gets an ayurveda treatment or tours the Maharaja’s palace,” the NYT wrote.

Mumbai has been appreciated for its love for art and the zeal with which its residents marked the one-year of terror attacks. “On the one-year anniversary of the 2008 Mumbai attacks, citizens painted a one-kilometre stretch of wall in South Mumbai with murals. The initiative, by a group of organisations that included the Mumbai Arts Project (MAP) is just one sign that Mumbai’s art scene is on the rebound,” the report said. The daily also hailed the Colaba Art District and two contemporary galleries — Gallery BMB and Volte — that were opened in the second half of 2009 and brought in big-name artists from around the globe. Los Angeles was the first US destination in the list. Among other Asian destinations, the list includes: Koh Kood in Thailand (6), Shanghai (12) and Shenzhen (20) in China, Istanbul in Turkey (19), Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia (30) and Nepal (31).
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Badami, Bagalakote

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Pattadakal (Kannada - ಪಟ್ಟದಕಲ್) is a town in the Indian state of Karnataka famous for its group of monuments that are the culmination of earliest experiments in vesara style of Hindu temple architecture. The temples were built in the 8th century CE. The uniqueness of this place derives from the presence of both the Dravidian or the Southern and the Nagara or the Northern (Indo-Aryan) styles of temple architecture.

The group of monuments in Pattadakal was designated a World Heritage Site in 1987.




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is there any waterfalls near the temple in badami?(the picture that you posted)

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Yes. There seems to be one. I have not visted these places so far.


Courtesy: Rob

Read on A VISIT TO BADAMI CAVE TEMPLES - PATTADAKAL AND AIHOLE. All are in Bagalakote district including Mahakuta. Down even Gadag district has places like Sudi, Gajendragada, Lakkundi and then Koppal has Itagi and finally Hampi in Bellary. And then towards north Bijapur, Gulbarga, Bidar have Bahamani monuments.
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Rs 82 crore boost for Hampi

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Bangalore: The historical town of Hampi is getting all decked up to celebrate the 500th year of Emperor Krishnadevaraya’s coronation. Thisheritage site is on its way to top the chart of the ten most important heritage sites of the world, with the state government implementing a Rs82 crore mega project in the region, with assistance from the central government.

The mega plan includes clearing encroachments at historic sites, their beautification, better maintenance, an upgraded sound & light system and the introduction of battery-run vehicles for tourists to visit the monuments in Hampi. Battery-aided vehicles are being introduced to protect the monuments from getting affected due to air pollution. Tourism and infrastructure minister G Janardhana Reddy said that the project which covers 18 monuments would be implemented within two years.

We will enforce a complete ban on private vehicle movement after completing the project and only the department’s battery vehicles will run in the area. We have already called tenders for the purchase of 60 battery cars,” Reddy added.

Mangalore and Shimoga too would be covered under the plan. In Mangalore, a golf club, resorts and an aquamarine park would be constructed, based on the plan of Water World in Singapore, the tourism minister said.

The state has also designed an ambitious plan for luxury travellers. The government plans to introduce 28 helipads, out of which 10 are under construction. Work on the remaining will begin soon.

Special package to Hampi

On the eve of the coronation ceremony, the state tourism department has organised package tours including air connectivity. Tourism department has a tie-up with Jet Airways that will see flights operating from Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad to Hampi from January 22 to 29, Janardhana Reddy said.
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Celebrate the glory of Hampi with an all-inclusive 3-day package

KSTDC is ensuring that the Celebration of 500 years of coronation of Sri Krishnadevaraya, Emperor of erstwhile Vijayanagara kingdom, becomes memorable for time travelers. Flying Chariot, an All-Inclusive travel package conducted by KSTDC and partnered by Jet Airways, and the Jindal Group is on offer for travelers for a period of two weeks between 22nd January 2010 and 3rd February.

The Flying Chariot package will be available from Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai to Toranagallu (near Bellary) and back and includes:
- Return air fare on Jet Airways
- Accommodation for 2 nights and 3 days at the Jindal Group’s guest house on twin sharing basis
- All meals
- Guided trips to Hampi (Half day), and Karnataka’s golden triangle destinations of Badami, Aihole, and Pattadakal (1 day)
- Ground transportation
- Entry fees.

The package costs and departure details are as follows:
From 1 Pax 2 Pax 3 Pax 4 Pax

Ex. Bangalore 7,000.00 13,000.00 18,500.00 23,500.00

Timing

22nd Jan 10.05am
26th Jan 08.35am
30th Jan 08.40am

Ex. Hyderabad 8,500.00 16,000.00 23,000.00 29,000.00

24th Jan 08.30am
1st Feb 08.30am

Ex. Chennai 8,500.00 16,000.00 23,000.00 29,000.00 3rd Feb 08.20am


Contact KSTDC, Badami House on 080 - 4346 4346 or 4334 4334 for more information. or write to hampitour@karnatakaholidays.net
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Bangalore, Jan 16, DHNS

The Golden Chariot, Karnataka, will chug through two other Southern States from March 15, according to Karnataka Tourism Minister G Janardhana Reddy.

Under the new route plan, the luxury train that was started on the lines of 'Palace on Wheels', will leave from Bangalore and run through Chennai, Mahabalipuram, Puduchery, Kanyakumari, Thiruvananthapuram, Alapuzzha, Kochi and Mysore before returning here. Other southern states and Union Territory of Puduchery are enthusiastic about the proposal. However, the itinerary and the fares had not been worked out.

Reddy was briefing media persons after the inter-State regional conference of tourism ministers of Southern States and union territory administration here on Saturday.

The Minister added that a special Rs 81-crore tourism package will be prepared for Hampi. There was a proposal to ply only battery-operated cars for tourists visiting historic sites around Hampi. From January 22 to February 1, when Hampi festival and function to commemorate 500 years coronation of Krishnadevaraya would be held, a private airliner will operate flights to Bellary from Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai.
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It would be an addition to the old circuit or a separate package?

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The major strength of Golden Chariot was its tourist circuit. The train takes its passengers across prime tourist destinations across the State, including Mysore, Kabini, Belur, Halebid, Hampi, Badami and Aihole, on a six-day and seven-night sojourn. The trip ends in Goa.

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