Places around Bellary with Architecture

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1/5 Places to Visit in Bellary with Architecture

The Bellary Fort is a tall standing monument, rising sky high from the heart of Bellary. With a strong historical allusion, the roads of Bellary have been trodden by horses, stamped by elephants, rummaged by tanks and cargos, and recently run on by cars. Almost equidistant from Bengaluru (300 kilometers), the capital of Karnataka, and Hyderabad (361 kilometers), the capital of Telangana, the Bellary Fort reiterates its strategic location as an important political stronghold, and does justice to tourists from both the places. Ballari Fort is located within the city limits.

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2/5 Places to Visit in Bellary with Architecture

Kaladham is a gorgeous art and cultural centre within the JSW Vidyanagar township in Bellary district, Karnataka. The place is around 36. 5 kms from the Bellari City Center, and 6kms from the Toranagallu bus-stop.

Set up by the JSW foundation in conjunction with Museum Victoria of Australia, the 'art village' of Kaladham has several dedicated structures, including an internationally commended museum called the Place Hampi and a distinct interactive 3D panorama exhibition. The museum houses several galleries which have the archaeological findings discovered and documented by George ...

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3/5 Places to Visit in Bellary with Architecture

The Parvati and Kumarswamy Temple complex is a historic religious site in Krauncha Giri which is a small settlement in Karnataka. The temple is located at a distance 36. 7 kms. It is located within the Swamimalai forest range of Krauncha Giri (hill). The Krauncha Giri hill itself is shaped like an ellipse, with a pass cutting across it.

The Kumarswamy temple is situated on south-west and is linked to the town of Sandur through road. The complex of temple encompasses separate shines dedicated to Goddess Parvati and Lord Kumaraswami. The temple also houses a Vigraha of Lord Ganesha, ...

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4/5 Places to Visit in Bellary with Architecture

Shri Ujjaini Saddharma Peetha is one of the place with historical value for Veerashaiva sect of Hindu religion. It is about 160 kms from Bellary and takes around 4 hours drive to reach there via NH67.

Vishwabandhu Marulasiddeshwara (also known as Maralusidda), contemporary of Basaveshwara, is the founder of Shrimad Ujjaini Sadharma Simhasana Mahasamsthana. The temple within this Matha complex is believed to be the Aikyasthala of Sri Marulasiddeshwara. Maralusidda had worked with Basaveshwara for the good of the society during the Kalyana revolution in 12th Century. According to myt...

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5/5 Places to Visit in Bellary with Architecture

The district of Bellary is a cultural hub where religion and history co-exist in mutual augmentation. While the fort is situated in the heart of the city, The Shri Guru Kottureshwara stands at a short distance of 102 kms.

The waning numbers of Veerashaivas chronicle the incarnation of Lord Nandi as Guru Kottureshwara, to protect them. On Lord Shiva's orders, Lord Nandi disguised as an ascetic and descended upon this shrine. He was pelted with stones on first sight, but eventually, the villagers came to realize his miraculous clouts. The temple of Shri Guru Kottureshwara is categori...

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