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Карма 457
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27.12.2012
Anlogin
Жуть как не люблю змей... не могу с ними найти общий язык и все тут (

Насколько я знаю, очень малое колво змей нападает сами, и лишь одна специально охотится на человеков - Чёрная Мамба. Но в Индии она не живёт) Кусаются змеи на выводке, да загнанные змеи. Им яд жалко - проще смыться если что.

Идёшь по лесу - шуми, шурши, всё такое, да по сторонам смотри и особенно - куда наступаешь и за что хватаешься) Я однажды поскользнулся и чуть не ухватился за крупного такого ящера)))) Он на меня как на дурака посмотрел и убёг)))

Тут кто-то из форумчан сказал что-то типа "змея не дура" - прав был на все 200%)))

Но да, признаЮсь - иногда прошибает первобытный ужас, заложенный на генетическом уровне)))

А так - они прикольные, мы с сестрой в детстве мелкими совсем ужей за пазухой тока так таскали)))) Мелких, правда - не более см 20-30 ж-))))

А - и в темноте аккуратнее надо по кустам и обочинам))))

Но с другой стороны - я как-то заблудился в Диком Джунгеле, совсем заблудился - и был момент просто ломанулся напролом через кусты неглядя куда и что. Довольно долго ломился, а потом ещё полз на пузе по руслу пересохшего ручья на опушке Джунгеля перед мангровым болотом под кустами - сквозь них нереально было. Не укусили)))) Хотя все шансы были))) А бояться их - контрпродуктивно - страх парализует)

Anlogin

Так а дальше то куда? Про Мурудешвар и (почти пересохший щас правда) водопад Джог писать?)))

А, и ещё Скалы Яна офигенные - они там недалеко от Гокарны - day trip самое оно! там и Джунгель, и Храм, и Скалы-Как-Инжир-Сморщенные ни с того ни с сего посреди Джунгеля, и вапще красотень)))
Lemmy м
Карма 26
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27.12.2012
Skipp3d
А, и ещё Скалы Яна офигенные - они там недалеко от Гокарны - day trip самое оно! там и Джунгель, и Храм, и Скалы-Как-Инжир-Сморщенные ни с того ни с сего посреди Джунгеля, и вапще красотень)))

Писать обязательно!Тут некоторые себе закладочки на будущее делают)))

Про ящера забавно вышло))))
Карма 457
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27.12.2012
Lemmy
Про ящера забавно вышло))))

Он так обиделся - даже жутко стыдно стало)))

Вот тута вот про него и фотка есть даже)))) Кстати, Anlogin, там про змеюку тоже есть интересная история по ссылке этой же и фотка Змеюки-В-Кусте

../forum/44_18577_0.html#msg407899

Вот тут про Заблуд в Джунгеле и Змеюк (там по предыдущей в тексте она есть, но на всякий))):

../forum/49_7984_0.html#msg154953

Lemmy
Писать обязательно!

ОК, тогда скоро бут)))
Карма 457
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27.12.2012
Яна находится сравнительно недалеко от Гокарны. Мы ездили на авто - заняло один дневной трип неспешно. Пришлось немного поплутать по деревенским и лесным дорогам, но там встречаются местные и слово "Яна" знают все)

Там типа лесопарк с речками ручьями и вообще очень прикольный погулять в теньке на жаре.

Туда есть две дороги, но я ездил только по одной. Вторая как-то подходит "с другой стороны", как мне сказали, и съезд с NH17 немного раньше.

"...Yana (Kannada: ಯಾಣ) is a village in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka, India that is known for the unusual rock formations in its vicinity. It is located in the Sahyadri mountain range of the Western Ghats, about 60 kilometres (37 mi) from Karwar port, 40 kilometres (25 mi) from Sirsi, and 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Kumta. The two unique rock outcrops near the village are a tourist attraction and a place for trekking, easily approachable by a small trek through 0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi) of thick forests from the nearest road head.

Yana is famous for these two massive rock outcrops known as the Bhairaveshwara Shikhara and the Mohini Shikhara ("Shikhara" means "hill"). The huge rocks are composed of solid black, crystalline limestone. Bhairaveshwara Shikhara is 120 metres (390 ft) in height, while the Mohini Shikhara, which is smaller, is 90 metres (300 ft) in height. Yana is also well known as a pilgrimage centre because of the cave temple below the Bhairaveshwara Shikhara where a Swayambhu ("self manifested", or "that which is created by its own accord") linga has been formed. Water drips from the roof over the linga, adding to the sanctity of the place.

During annual festivities held here during the Shivaratri, a car festival is also held. It is also a popular hill station because of its lush green scenic forest..."

"...Hindu Mythology links this place with an event in the life of the Asura, or demon king Bhasmasura. Bhasmasura, by austere penance, obtained a boon from lord Shiva. This boon made it so that when Bhasmasura placed his hand over any one's head, he would burn them up and turn them into ashes (bhasma). It is further narrated that, in order to test his powers, Bhasmasura wanted to place his hands on his patron Lord Shiva's head. He chased Shiva, which unnerved Shiva and prompted him to move from his heavenly abode to earth to seek the help of Lord Vishnu. Vishnu transformed himself to help Shiva, adopting the form of beautiful damsel named Mohini who enticed Bhasmasura with her beauty. Bhasmsura was quite infatuated by Mohini, and agreed to a challenge she issued for a dance competition.

During the dance competition, Mohini cleverly performed a dance bhang ("pose") with hand over head. Without realizing the gravity of this act, the demon king also placed his hand over his head and perished by the fire of his own hands, he was converted into ashes. It is believed that the fire that emanated during this act was so intense that the limestone formations in the Yana area were blackened. The loose black soil or ash seen around the two large rock formations in the area are cited as proof of the legend by devotees who see them as due to the fire and that ashes produced by Bhasmasura death. The two hillocks are also named for this event: the tall peak being Bhairaveshwara Shikhara ("Shiva's hill"), and the smaller peak, a few steps down below, being Mohini Shikhara ("Mohini's hill") where an idol of goddess Parvathi is installed. There are also several other small caves nearby. There is also a Ganesha temple in the vicinity..."

"...During Maha Shivaratri, annual festivities are held here for 10 days. At this time, devotees (estimated to be around 10,000) on pilgrimage to this place (called 'Bhairava kshetra), after their ablutions, carry holy water from the spring in the cave to a nearby town known as Gokarn for performing Maha Mastaka Abhisheka (pouring libations on the idol of the deity being worshipped) of Mahabaleswara. This has led to a popular saying that

devotees rush to Gokarn, for worship whereas people of that town travel to Yana for the same purpose!

. In the past, there was also a saying in Kannada which translated into English means:

The one with tremendous guts and determination goes to Yana and the one with money bags goes to Gokarna, on one's pilgrimage to Yana...."

"...The road distances on the NH 17 connecting Yana village are: Kumta - 25 kilometres (16 mi), Sirisi - 40 kilometres (25 mi), Gokarna- 52 kilometres (32 mi) and Hubli102 kilometres (63 mi). The nearest rail head is at Kumta, and the nearest airport is Hubli. The road from Bangalore is via Sirsi – a distance of 400 kilometres (250 mi) by National Highway 4 (NH 4). The best approach to Yana is from Kumta or Sirsi. A road deviation between these two towns on the highway is near the village of Kathagala. There is also an alternate route to reach Sirsi from Yana via Sundholle and Anegundi. A single lane road is recently built to reduce the trek-length 0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi)..."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yana,_India

http://www.visitsirsi.com/places-to-visit.html

http://www.ourkarnataka.com/states/trek/trekking_yana.htm
Карма 457
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27.12.2012
типа путь, лучше чем совсем ничего:
Карма 457
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27.12.2012
Мурудешвара ещё круче ИМХО

"...The origin of the name "Murudeshwara" dates to the time of Ramayana.

The Hindu gods attained immortality and invincibility by worshipping a divine Lingam called the Atma-Linga. The Lanka King Ravana wanted to attain immortality by obtaining the Atma-Linga (Soul of Shiva). Since the Atma-Linga belonged to Lord Shiva, Ravana worshipped Shiva with devotion. Pleased by his prayers, Lord Shiva appeared before him and asked him what he wanted. By this time Narada had asked Lord Vishnu to change Ravana's mind. As a result of this plot, Ravana asks for Goddess Parvati, and Lord Shiva offers her to him. On his way back to Lanka Narada tells Ravana that Lord had not given him the real Parvathi and that the real Parvathi was in Pathala. So Ravana frees his companion,goes to Pathala and marries a king's daughter, assuming her to be the real Parvathi. He then returns to Lanka, where his mother asks him for the Linga. Ravana then comes to know of the tricks played on him by Lord Vishnu. He therefore prays to Lord Shiva again, begging for his forgiveness. Lord Shiva appears and this time, Ravana requests the AtmaLinga as his boon. Lord Shiva agrees to give him the boon with the condition that it should never be placed on the ground. If the AtmaLinga was ever placed on the ground, all the powers would return to Lord Shiva again. Having obtained his boon, Ravana started back on his journey to Lanka.

Sage Narada, who came to know of this incident, realised that with the AtmaLinga, Ravana may obtain immortality and create havoc on earth. He approached the Lord Ganesh and requested him to prevent the AtmaLinga from reaching Lanka. Lord Ganesh knew that Ravana was a very devoted person who used to perform prayer ritual in the evening every day without fail. He decided to make use of this fact and came up with a plan to confiscate the AtmaLinga from Ravana.

As Ravana was nearing Gokarna, Lord Vishnu blotted out the sun to give the appearance of dusk. Ravana now had to perform his evening rituals but was worried because with the AtmaLinga in his hands, he would not be able to do his rituals. At this time, Lord Ganesh in the disguise of a Brahmin boy accosted him. Ravana requested him to hold the AtmaLinga until he performed his rituals, and asked him not to place it on the ground. Ganesh struck a deal with him saying that he would call Ravana thrice, and if Ravana did not return within that time, he would place the AtmaLinga on the ground.

As predicted, before Ravana could return after completing his rituals, Ganesh had already placed the AtmaLinga on the ground. Vishnu then removed his illusion and it was daylight again. Ravana, realising that he had been tricked, tried to uproot and destroy it. Due to the force exerted by Ravana, some pieces were scattered. One such piece from the head of the linga is said to have fallen in present day Surathkal. The famous Sadashiva temple is said to be built around that piece of linga. Then he decided to destroy the covering of the AtmaLinga, and threw the case covering it to a place called Sajjeshwara, 23 miles away. Then he threw the lid of the case to a placed called Guneshwara (now Gunavanthe) and Dhareshwara, 10–12 miles away. Finally, he threw the cloth covering the AtmaLinga to a placed called Mrideshwara in Kanduka-Giri (Kanduka Hill). Mrideshwara has been renamed to Murudeshwara..."

тут вот красиво написано:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murudeshwar

а тут вот скуднонафик:

http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9C%D1%83%D1%80%D1%83%D0%B4%D0%B5%D1%8 8%D0%B2%D0%B0%D1%80%D0%B0
Карма 457
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27.12.2012
О, нашёл свой отчёт)))

../forum/49_5021_0.html

Ну и ещё вот тут инфу нашёл:

../forum/49_18884_0.html
Lemmy м
Карма 26
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27.12.2012
спасибо огромное за труды...
Карма 457
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27.12.2012
Про водопад Джог инфы тут на форуме много, поиском так вапще. Вот например:

../forum/49_18335_0.html

../forum/2_7946_0.html#msg153922

А вот что пишут:

"...Jog Falls is created by the Sharavathi River falling from a height of 253 m (830 ft), making it the second-highest plunge waterfall in Asia after the Nohkalikai Falls with a height of 335 m (1100 ft)in Meghalaya.

Sharavati, a river which rises at Ambutirtha, near Nonabur, in the Thirthahalli taluk and takes the northwesterly course by Fatte petta, receives the Haridravati on the right below Pattaguppe and the Yenne Hole on the left above Barangi. On arriving at the frontier it bends to the west, precipitates itself down the Falls of Gersoppa, and passes that village (properly Geru-Sappe), which is some 29 kilometres distant, discharging into the sea at Honnavar in North Kanara.

The Sharavati, flowing over a very rocky bed about 250 yards wide, here reaches a tremendous chasm, 290 m (960 ft) deep, and the water comes down in four distinct falls. The Raja Fall pours in one unbroken column sheer to the depth of 830 ft (250 m). Halfway down it is encountered by the Roarer, another fall, which precipitates itself into a vast cup and then rushes violently downwards at an angle of forty-five degrees to meet the Raja. A third fall, the Rocket, shoots downwards in a series of jets; while the fourth, the Rani, moves quietly over the mountain side in a sheet of foam. The Tourism Department has built steps from the viewpoint to the bottom of the hill where the waterfall can be seen at the opposite side. There are approximately 1500 steps built to reach the bottom of the hill...."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jog_falls

К ним идёт чёткая дорога - найти её вполне легко - водопады очень любимы туристами.

Самый пик воды там после сезона дождей, а так - еле-еле. Но зато вокруг красиво!
Карма 457
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27.12.2012
Lemmy
спасибо огромное

Та незачто))) Вся инфа в свободном доступе в инете - дело 10 минут поворочать "поиском"))))
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