As twilight descends upon the enchanting state of Karnataka, the past seamlessly intertwines with the present. From the ancient ruins of Hampi to the technologically advanced hub of Bengaluru, Karnataka epitomizes the harmonious coexistence of heritage and progress. Embark on a journey where ancient temples stand tall alongside sky-high skyscrapers, where tradition dances hand-in-hand with innovation. Karnataka: the land where heritage meets progress, inviting you to witness the magic of a timeless state embracing the winds of change.
A building to see and marvel is the Vidhana Soudha; considered to be among the most imposing building of lndia as a whole. It is a mixture of modern and neo-Dravidian architectural style and has been constructed using both granite and present materials like steel, cement, glass etc. The architecture…
Sri Annapoorneshwari Temple is an ancient and revered shrine located in the picturesque surroundings of Horanadu in the state of Karnataka. Horanadu is 100 km south-west of Chikmagalur. The deity in the Annapoorneshwari Temple, Annapurneshwari, is said to have been installed by renowned Sage
The Cave Temple at Yana is one of the most popular destinations around there. The temple is known as the shrine of Bhairaveshvara and one needs to walk 3 km into the dense forest before coming across spectacular black limestone jagged rock formations known.
Manikyadhara Falls located near Kemmangundi of Chikmagalur district on the Baba Budan Gin Hills and is a sacred place for both Must ins and Hindus. It is one of the main attractions of Baba Budan Gin.
A small hillock, locally called ‘Rathnagiri Bore’ located on the northern side of Chikmagalur town, has become quite a hot spot for the local people. Located on a vital spot, it gives the most beautiful sight of ‘Mullayanagiri’ on the back drop with ever- changing
The temple of Kodandarama, which is a state-protected monument, stands in the south-east of the city. It appears to have been built in three stages. This temple is a structure in the Hoysala style, so far as the Garbhagriha and Sukanasi are concerned.
Here’s a perfect spot for all nature enthusiasts! Nestled in the lush tropical forests of the Western Ghats in Chikmagalur district is the Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary. About 275 km north of Bangalore, the Sanctuary covers an area of around 490 sq. km. In 1951.
The highway linking Hospet with Bangalore is famed for the huge colossal Kallina Kote Fort or the Palace of Stone. Its architecture and style has been done from the military point of view and is impregnable
Sultan Fateh Ali Tippu, the King of Mysore and popularly called the “Tiger of Mysore” constructed the beautiful Jamia Masjid with fabulous architecture and splendid interiors. During Id and other celebrations, thousands of devotees come here pray.