Wednesday, December 30, 2015


A less heard spot, dazzling slope spot called Avalabetta(Avalakunda) which I heard my companions. The Idea was riding from Bangalore to Avalabetta. The main contrast that I could make out in the middle of Avalabetta and Nandi slopes is Avalabetta is less swarmed. Trusting it will be the same in coming years. The slope offers us an enchanting perspective of the field, the moving hillocks, and the vast pieces of green sand the murky layout of inaccessible setting. There is a motorable street today which will lead you to the to the summit of the slope. The slope side is a green treat. To the extent your eye can see, you can see the wonderful wide open with slopes, valleys, lakes, trees and winding streets. This is a picture taker's joy. The Forest Department has manufactured a paragola for voyagers to kick back and appreciate. The visitor house here too has a place with the Forest Department. For reservations and different issues, please contact the Forest Department at Chikaballapur. There is a little place of worship devoted to Hanuman. The stream and the lake is vested with a great deal of religious importance. Amid Shravana, a unique jatre is sorted out each Saturday amid which fans from adjacent towns and Chickaballapur come to satisfy their promises. The lake is called as Annammadonaha. There is a conviction that if wedded ladies who are childless bathe here, they will get kids. Numerous ladies come here for showering at the lake and after that appealing to Lakshmnarasimha.  requests to God are offered at the sanctuary.


There are a progression of ventures behind the cavern that prompt the top. The ascension offers a decent perspective of the bramble woods and little creatures that rush about. Obviously, the perspective around the Hill is stunning. Villagers say the name Avala Betta is out of appreciation for the soothsayer who lived here and ruminated for quite a long while before accomplishing samadhi. There is a dam close-by town called Darbur.

The most effective method to reach: Driving on Bellary street (NH7) from Bangalore, at 14 kms after Chikballapur (52 kms) pay special mind to a street on the left and continue to Mandikal (11kms). From Mandikal, the peak is at a separation of 11 kms. - See more at:

Friday, December 18, 2015

Book review: The BestSeller she wrote

Ravi Subramanian is a stunning thriller author and his books begin doing enchantment right from the first page itself. Discussing this specific book, I felt as though Ravi picked a simple approach to recount his story with a goal of making it a light read for another mass of gathering of people which don't read the class he writes.Many books that arrangement with this topic are ladies driven and harp on the destiny of the woman.Usually ladies wind up getting the short shrift; they are distressed and must deal with loss of their life partners and family, and selling out of the lover.The story is pretty much what you would expect yet the writer figures out how to add some turn to the story. He discusses a few substances under the name of fiction which will make you feel joined with the characters and the story. The front of the book is extremely remarkable and wonderful and it is extraordinary to realize that the book is likewise under the procedure adjusting it into a motion picture.

Aditya Kapoor is an investor turned author an IIM Bengaluru passout. He is an abstract diamond and is carrying on an adjusted yet a starry individual and an expert life. Shreya Kaushik is a student who is wonderful, youthful and aggressive. She is right away expressive about the ramblings of her psyche and loves to pursue her fantasies. At present she wants to be a bestselling author. She is one of the top writers however now she needs to be the top of the line one. I would say that the first half is especially moderate and not been composed in the same dialect in which Ravi composes. There is hardly any occurrence in first half with the exception of one character persistently convincing the other individual to distribute her book and it gets to be dreary and exhausting after a state of time.Though in between of some chapters, author have kept dropping hints of something being wrong with the doings of few characters but it still does not give you any thrill until the second half begins when his marriage starts getting affected because of his extra-marital .Shreya needs Aditya. Be that as it may, she needs her book as well. She can go to any degree to guarantee that her book will get distributed. The same stands genuine with regards to Aditya. She wouldn't like to lose him at any expense.

Writer Ravi Subramanian composes an exciting piece. He delves into breathtaking universe of smash hits and reveals the hazardous dalliance between a genius author and his charming protege. Ravi Subramaniam may have another smash hit staring him in the face. This is a decent one time read just and makes for a simple read. The characters are all around characterized and his composition style is basic and straightforward. He gives a great deal of in the background bits of knowledge into the corporate world furthermore the scholarly world from the way a book is conceptualized to how it is advertised .I enjoyed reading this book.

Title: The Bestseller She wrote
Author: Ravi Subramanian
Pages: 391
Publisher/ Imprint: Westland Books
Rating: 3.5 of 5

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