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    This was just another meandering trip to Gokarna located on the border of Karnataka and Maharastra. To get closer to nature and myself.
God's land, on the border of Maharasthra and Karnataka.

Located on the border of Maharashtra and Karnataka, I visited 'Gokarna' which means 'Cows ear'.
It has the most untouched expanses of beaches and pink skies that one could ever see. 

What makes it interesting is the cultural mix of the Kannadiga population with Maharashtrian surnames. The architecture has a distinct style that is visible in the small town and its temples. The photos document hand painted signs, patterns, elements and moments that we experienced in the sleepy town of Gokarna with is scenic beaches.

The traditional houses here have ornamental elements embedded on their roof's.
Kudle Beach
One of the by-lanes within the small town of Gokarna.
Hand painted name signs outside the houses, is very common. 
Textures of the sea on the sand.
People returning from a boat ride.
An unusually red sky reflected over an untouched beach.