#travelindia 2/27/2014 03:24:00 AM
Brace yourself because we have another photo story and series coming up from Coastal parts of India, and I will be writing about lots of well known as well as those hidden beauties, beginning today with one from a quaint little Coastal town from far north of Karnataka, India.
The length of Indian Coastline is about 7500+ according to Wiki, both mainland and islands. So far I have explored Half or little less of it I believe, and that is from North Goa in the west to All the way south to Kanyakumari, Rameshwaram, and Chennai in the east. the length in its entirety, I explored during many trips to Canara / Kanara, Goa, and South Indian trekking and road trips. The 300KMs of Coastal Karnataka in the Monsoon season, is my most favorite. This article covers a small area of it, in North-most, The natural beauty of which, became an inspiration to India’s first noble lauterate Shree Ravindranath Tagore to write “Prakritir Pratishoota” or “ Nature’s revenge” which later became his very first play, Sanyasi. Yes, I am talking about Karwar.