Along the Malaprabha river valley once lived the artistic and powerful dynasty - The Early Chalukya. The land had seen a change in rulers so frequently, but it was the Early Chalukyas of 6th to the 12th century, who made a significant impact in this valley. Contemporaries of the Pallavas and Pandyas, the Chalukya too have created a hallmark with their confluence of Nagara and Dravidian architecture. Their architectural feats range from the earliest rock cut temples, monolithic structures to structural temples with intricate sculptures. These stunning marvels stand amidst cliffs, ravines, waterfalls, springs and ponds, gated by hills and mountains. Travel across the dynasty of Chaluka and behold the Temples of Pattadakal, poetic inscriptions in Aihole, the intricate carvings in the caves of Badami! We take you on a journey to explore these quiet lands through interactions, cultural immersions and story-telling. Relive the reign of the Chalukyas!