Monday 29 May 2017

Day 7 -- Bandhavgarh National Park

We had booked morning safari for the day. This was in Tala zone, and we left the place at 5:30 AM.

The Sheshshaiya is believed to have been built by Gollak, the minister of the Kalchuri King, Yuvrajdev, in the 10th century AD. This 25-feet long sculpture has been carved out of a single sandstone rock.  The stream originating from the feet of Lord Visnu's statue is known as Charanganga. It literally means the Ganga arising from the feet. In old scriptures, the Charanganga is a perennial stream and, by joining other streams and rivers, forms the lifeline of Bandhavgarh's wildlife, also supplying water to the tourist complex at Tala and to villages downstream.

11:00 AM We reached back the resort. We were really bored with the food at the resort, so we decided to explore something in the town. We landed up at this place called "Her Cafe". Here is my review of the place.

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