Festival Bash with Golden Chariot 

by Kundan Kumar Monday, April 25, 2011
Every year a Hampi Utsav is to be celebrated in Hampi ruin site, which is a three-day annual cultural extravaganza. It displays the stage performances, village sports, and carnivals.

Earlier it was celebrated in November every year, but from last year, it was moved to January to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the coronation of Krishna Devaraya, an emperor of Vijyanagar Empire. On this occasion, the Golden Chariot has organized an exclusive trip from Bangalore to Hampi.

Schedule and Venue:
the three-day festival is going to start from January 27-29, 2011, near the ruin sites in Hampi.

The golden Chariot tour begins from Bangalore and cruises the way from Kabini, Bandipur, Mysore, Srirangapatna, Belur, Halebid, Shravanabelagola, Hampi, Badami and Goa. It is a royal train of India, offering you great comfort and luxury. It gives you an opportunity to live like king size in king’s style.

The tariffs of Golden Chariot are affordable, enough to make you feel like maharaja. It includes accommodation onboard and off board, meals, sightseeing, and entrance fee at monuments, cultural programmes etc.

Plan your tour to verdant state of Karnataka with Go Heritage India Journeys and enjoy the ride of Golden Chariot to its beautiful cities. Explore yourself to the exotic and spiritual life of south in a royal style.

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