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Travel has many moments; moments where you discover places and moments where you discover yourself. This section is dedicated to these moments, captured from the camera; of unexplored places, fascinating locals, intriguing cultures and moments one wishes would last for a lifetime.

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Lineup of Kutch Riders
Location: Little Rann of Kutch, Gujarat
Kutch Calling was 60kph's 3rd anniversary ride to the desolate Rann of Kutch. 26 bikes from 5 states of India made Kutch Calling the most memorable ride of the club so far.
Photographer: Gaurav Jani
Date: January 2005
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Hijacking the locals
Location: Little Rann of Kutch, Gujarat
Few members hijacked (for the loss of better words) a Chaggda (a modified Enfield used in Gujarat) to add colour and desi flavour to the line-up.
Photographer: Gaurav Jani
Date: January 2005
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Carvings on the temple walls of Halebid
Location: Halebid, Karnataka
Halebid (Hale’beedu) literally means ‘the ruined city’. During the 12th and 13th centuries AD, it flourished as the capital of the Hoysala Dynasty for about 150 years.
Photographer: Venkatesh Rangarajan
Date: October 2004
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Garuda
Location: Belur, Karnataka
Statue of Garuda, the Falcon God. What the Parthenon is to Greece and the Pyramids to Egypt, the Hoysala temples are to South Indian architecture.
Photographer: Sanjeev Sharma
Date: October 2004
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Landmarks in the Rann
Location: Little Rann of Kutch, Gujarat
Rann literally means "Waste". In the monsoon, the Rann gets flooded and the locals living on tiny islands of land use boats to get across.
Photographer: Vishu Shetty
Date: January 2005
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Hulivesha (Tiger dance)
Location: Mangalore, Karnataka
Hulivesha is a unique form of folk dance in South Karnataka. Since the tiger is considered as the favoured carrier of Goddess Sharada, the deity in whose honour Dussehra is celebrated, this dance is performed during the Dussehra festival.
Photographer: Sanjeev Sharma
Date: October 2004
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