Krishna's Butter Ball : 23rd Oct, 2011
Situated on a hill slope near the Ganesh Ratha, is a massive natural rock boulder in a shape of huge ball, precariously balancing on a smooth slope. Known as Krishna's Butter Ball, this colossal boulder, which is about 5 metres in diameter, is perilously resting at an angle of 45 degrees. The rock boulder is surrounded by lush greenery that immediately has a calming effect on one's senses.
|Krishna's Butter Ball|
|Behind Krishna's Butter Ball|
|Arjuna's Penance Bas-relief|
It is quite popular with locals and tourists alike as it makes for an interesting backdrop for some whacky photographs. Brave-hearts may sit under the cool shade of the rock and can have their photographs taken. Children can enjoy sliding down the hillside as it is a great natural slide.
|An old woman selling fruits on the slope|
|Varaha craving at Varaha cave|
|The beautiful dusk|