Places around Hubli-Dharwad with history

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1/6 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with history

Agadi Thota, nestled amidst the lush greenery of Kunnur village in the outskirts of Hubli, is located in Mundgod taluk of Uttara Kannada, at a distance of 38 Km from Hubli. This extensive farmland welcomes you to discover the nuances of rural life and gain an insight into the traditional ways and customs of the place.

Agadi Thota is spread over an area of 30 acres with major cultivation being cashew nut and areca nut. It was conceptualized in the year 2000 by Shri. Jayadev Agadi to popularize organic farming, generate awareness amongst city folk and help develop a market for organi...

2/6 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with history
Banashankari Temple, Badami
110 kms from Hubli-Dharwad city limits

Banashankari Devi Temple is an ancient Hindu shrine located at Amargol at a distance of 7 kms from Hubli(Hubballi) is a fine architectural marvel and is near the Unkal Lake and about 4 km away from Chandramouleshwara Temple. The temple is popularly called Banashankari or Vanashankari since it is located in the Tilakaaranya forest. The temple deity is also called the Shakambhari, an incarnation of the goddess Parvati.

Banashankari Devi Temple was built initially in the Dravidian architectural style. The rebuilt structure is in the Vijayanagara architectural style. This temple is a ...

3/6 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with history

Chandramouleshwara Temple is an ancient 900-year-old temple built in the Badami Chalukyan era. Chandramouleshwara Temple lies on the banks of the Unkal lake beside the Nrupatunga Hills in the Hubli-Dharwad city. The temple is located at a distance of 5 kms from Hubballi.

Lord Shiva being the main deity of temple, it houses two big Shivalingas and two Nandi statues at the entrance of the temple. Out of two shiva lingas, one of them is the 'Chaturmugha Linga' which is the four faced Shiva linga, one of the features that make the temple stand out among the various Lord Shiva temples i...

4/6 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with history
Murugha Matha, Dharwad
Within Hubli-Dharwad city limits

Murugha Math is one of the ancient learning centres, which continues the tradition of imparting knowledge to the enthusiasts. It is located on the Savadatti Road at a within Dharwad city limits.

It was founded by Sant Mrityunjaya, by the grace of his holiness Sri Mrutyunjaya swamiji and his successors there after, the matha has grown in to major religious and educational centre. The founder of matha taught thousands of learning enthusiasts, who came from villages to study in the schools and colleges of Dharwad.

There are lectures every Monday along with music sessions,...

5/6 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with history
Utsav Rock garden, Hubli
40.1 kms from Hubli-Dharwad city limits

Utsav Rock Garden is an indoor and outdoor sculptural museum which has entered in Eight World Records. It is just 30 minutes drive from Hubli. The garden is an anthropological museum which presents traditional farming occupations, crafts, rural life, folklore, cattle herding and sheep rearing etc. Sculptures depict rural culture, tradition and their lifestyle.

Utsav Rock Garden is a centre of art, culture and education. Every part of the garden is systematically designed and decorated in artistic way. It focuses on the rural life of Karnataka where people lived and worked together...

6/6 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with history
Vittala Mandir, Hampi
163 kms from Hubli-Dharwad city limits

The Vittala Temple in Hampi is an ancient monument that is well-known for its exceptional architecture and unmatched craftsmanship. It is considered to be one of the largest and the most famous structure in Hampi. The temple is located in the north eastern part of Hampi, near the banks of the Tungabhadra River. Distance between Hubli and Vitthal Mandir is 163 kms.

Shri Vijaya Vittala Temple is the main centre of worship for Vitthal, believed to be a form of Bhagawan Krishna or Vishnu and his consort Rukmini. An idol of Vittala-Vishnu was enshrined in the temple. Legend has it that ...