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  1. Manish
    October 6, 2014 @ 7:23 am

    Nice image .. 

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  2. Gopan G Nair
    January 13, 2015 @ 3:49 pm

    Brilliant job. Excellent collection.

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  3. Roman
    February 14, 2016 @ 7:01 am

    Stumbled on to your blog while researching for a visit to Hampi in the next couple of weeks. Stunning photography – I am a landscape photographer myself. I was wondering if you would share some more details on getting the tripod permit from ASI. I am currently in Bangalore. Did anyone objected to using tripod on places like Hemakuta Hill or Matanga Hill which I believe are in the open. As I understand the restriction is only while you are inside one of the ruins. Will appreciate some more light on the subject.

    Thanks in advance.

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    • Pratap J
      February 14, 2016 @ 7:04 am

      Hi Roman.

      You don’t need permission to use a tripod in Matanga hill and Malyavanta hill. However, you need permission to use a tripod in other places, especially like near Virupaksha, Hemakuta Hill, Vitalla Temple etc. The ASI office is in Kamalapura, a town close to Hampi. You can contact them for permission. However it is not a very straightforward process. I suggest you don’t count on getting permission so easily!

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      • Roman
        February 14, 2016 @ 1:34 pm

        Thanks Pratap for the info. Perhaps I should forgo trying to get the permission this time around – will probably get the ball rolling by visiting the ASI office here in B’lore first but not expect anything until my next visit.
        Once again, congratulations on your wonderful images and great stories to go along with them to make them even more meaningful. I am going to explore your website in depth when I get some more time. Much appreciate your quick reply!

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        • Pratap J
          February 15, 2016 @ 4:40 am

          Thanks for your encouragement! I did visit the ASI office in Bangalore before I was asked to go to the Kamalapura office. So unfortunately that won’t work.

          On my recent visit to Hampi in 2016, I did not request for any permits. The only place where I missed my tripod was in Hemakuta hill.

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  4. Prasad Natarajan
    November 9, 2016 @ 4:25 pm

    Superb images and wonderful webpage with all your gems, had great time watching them Pratap!

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