Agni Gudda Sakleshpur

Agni Gudda is frequented by enthusiasts of trekking and outdoor camping. From the mountain, tourists can avail views of the surrounding rice terraces. The site is also a preferred spot for picnicking and outdoor camping. For volcanic activities in this region, the mountain has got its name, which means 'Fiery Mountain'.   The “Agni Gudda”…

River Hemavati Sakleshpur

River Hemavati, which starts in the Western Ghats at an elevation of about 1,219 m, is the tributary of the Kaveri River. After originating near Ballala rayana durga in the Chikmagalur District of the state of Karnataka, it flows through Chikmagalur, Hassan District and Mysore District before joining the Kaveri near Krishnarajasagara. Approximately 245 km…

Sakaleswara Temple Sakleshpur

Historical Places In Sakleshpur Prasanna Temple, Mekanagadde – Maragunda This temple is situated at a very high altitude and inside you feel like being in an A/C room. The temple is situated in a very strategic position where it is surrounded by hills in all directions. Platform around the temple is constructed so that people…

Jenukal Gudda Sakleshpur

JENUKALLU GUDDA (JENUKAL TREKKING) SAKLESHPUR, HASSAN DISTRICT (NEAR TO SAKLESHPUR) JENUKALLU GUDDA We took a trekking to Jenukallu Gudda (jenukal Gudda) which is located in Sakleshpur Taluk but we can travel from Mudigere Taluk also, yes road condition is far better when it is compared to Mudigere and it is near too, we have started…

Manjarabad Fort Sakleshpur

History Manjarabad Fort was built by Tipu Sultan in 1792 AD. It is said that one day while inspecting the construction of the fort, seeing thick mist and fog (called Manju in Kannada) engulf the hill and the fort gradually, Tipu Sultan decided to name it Manjarabad. The work on the fort was started in…

Kukke Subrahmanya Temple, Sakleshpur

Sakleshpur to Kukke Subrahmanya Temple distance, location, road map and direction Sakleshpur is located in India at the longitude of 75.78 and latitude of 12.97. Kukke Subrahmanya Temple is located in India at the longitude of 75.61 and latitude of 12.68 . Distance between Sakleshpur and Kukke Subrahmanya Temple The total straight line distance between…

Bisle Ghat Sakleshpur

Bisle Ghat is the best picturesque destination of Karnataka and is rewarded as 'heaven on the earth'. Bisle Ghat is stretch of beautiful adventurous spot between Kukke Subrahmanya and Sakleshpura. Bisle is part of Western Ghats and situated in the border of Hassan district and Dakshina Kannada district. Bisle Ghat is a perfect destination for…

Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary

The Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the chief attractions among wildlife enthusiasts. The wildlife reserve is spread over an area of 102 sq km, situated in the Western Ghats. Dense cover of evergreen forests, semi-evergreen forests and Shola grassland of the sanctuary provide shelter to innumerable wildlife species. The altitude of Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary…

Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum is among the chief sightseeing attractions featuring several articles of historical importance. The repository maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India was established during the 1970s. Several sculptures, architectural members and inscriptions of historical significance retrieved from the region are on display. A bronze 18th Tirthankara image, excavated from the ruined tank…

Yagachi Dam

Yagachi Dam is one of the popular tourist attractions lying at a distance of about 10 km from the centre of Belur. The reservoir is built across River Yagachi, a tributary of River Kaveri. Yagachi Dam was constructed in 2004 with the view to harness water resource for meeting irrigation and drinking water requirements of…