Places around Bellary with Water

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1/6 Places to Visit in Bellary with Water

Dr. Rajkumar Park is a newly developed park in the Bellary city close to railway station. The place is within the city limits and is about 1km away from bus stand and about half km away from railway station. The place is also known as kuntegadda Park or Golden Jubilee Park.

The park is basically a visual treat to the eyes because of its scenic beauty with lush green meadows all over and varieties of Flora and Fauna. The park is on the hill kaate gudda is renowned for its flock of resident crows and various trees.

The fact which is quite surprising is that the place whic...

2/6 Places to Visit in Bellary with Water

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 ...

3/6 Places to Visit in Bellary with Water
Mylara Lingeshwara Temple Bellary
165 kms from Bellary city limits

Mylara is a small village situated in the far corners of Bellary district, Karnataka. Mylara Lingeshwara Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the Lord Mylari, a form of the Lord Shiva in Mylara. Located at center of Karnataka, the river Tungabhadra flows just two kilometres away from this temple. It takes 3 hours 45 minutes to travel from Bellary to Mylara Lingeshwara Temple. Approximate driving distance between Bellary and Mylara Lingeshwara Temple is 165 kms.

The Mylara Lingeshwara temple is managed by the Woodeyar family. These people are called Guru or Swamy. They are responsibl...

4/6 Places to Visit in Bellary with Water

A short 10 kilometer drive from Sandur Town towards Torangal, Bellary will end on the edge of an endless blue veil laid on lush green hills. Roads interspersed by hills create the only link between Narihalla Reservoir and the rest of the world. It is located at a distance of 47 kms from Bellary city.

Little known, little explored, aloof from settlements, the Narihalla Reservoir has only recently witnessed the footprints of technology with the construction of a dam near Taranagara. The redness of the soil as well as the lake water hints at the presence of iron ore underneath, linkin...

5/6 Places to Visit in Bellary with Water

Ramanadurga Hill station is a located near Sandur, a town in the Bellary district of Karnataka, India. Ramanadurga Hill is located at a distance of 60 Kms from Bellary set amidst the granite hills. The Ramanadurga Hill station is located at a height of 3256 feet above the sea level.

Ramanadurga Hill is famous for the ancient fort that was built by the Prince of Kampli. The hill station provides you with a beautiful view of Sandur and other villages. Another attraction of Ramanadurga hill station is Ramadeva temple. The temple is known to relieve ailments and provide wealth. The tem...

6/6 Places to Visit in Bellary with Water

Tungabhadra Gardens and Dam are located across the Tungabhadra river in Hospet, a city in Bellary district of Karnataka. The Garden is located adjacent to the Tungabhadra Dam. It is located at distance of 77 Kms from Bellary.

The Tungabhadra Dam is contributing to the city's agricultural economy by serving irrigation, flood control, and electricity generation. It supplies 60-70% water to Andhra Pradesh. It is a joint project of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. The reservoir of the Dam is quite huge to walk up. The construction began in 1949 and completed in 1953.

The Garde...