Places around Hubli-Dharwad with water

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1/9 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with water
Banashankari Temple, Badami
110 kms from Hubli-Dharwad city limits
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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 ...

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2/9 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with water
Bund Garden, Hubli
Within Hubli-Dharwad city limits
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The Bund Garden is a popular garned part of the Unkal Lake located 4 km from Hubli(Hubballi). Bund is garden known for its green lush is a part of Unkal Lake where travellers can spend time amidst peaceful atmosphere.

Bund garden is also known for its beauty and serenity. There is a huge statue of Swami Vivekanand standing tall at the centre of the lake and you can enjoy seeing the statue from the garden itself. The garden has several recreational facilities for children. The garden has one more amazing feature a specially built deck made to see the sunrise and the sunset view. Read More ->

3/9 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with water

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...

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4/9 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with water
Magod Falls, Wester Ghats
94 kms from Hubli-Dharwad city limits
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Magod Falls is an impressive and scenic waterfall set in a very lush and wild landscape deep in the Western Ghats, where the river Bedti falls from a height of nearly 200m in two steps. Approximate driving distance between Dharwad and Magod Falls is 94 kms.

River Bedthi, cascades from a height of 650 ft. and flows down in two leaps making the waterfall. Magod Falls is also a trekker's paradise, with Western Ghats all around the scenice place. The two-step falls lie amidst the dense forest providing a magnificent view of the falls. Visitors will also find a large lake on the way to ...

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5/9 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with water
Neerasagar Dam, Dharwad
15 kms from Hubli-Dharwad city limits
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Neerasagar Dam also known as Dummadkeri is a man made water reservoir loacted at around 15 kms away from Dharwad. It is located on Kalghatgi road between Jodalli and Dummad. It is an artificial lake built for the purpose of water supply to the twin cities Hubli-Dharwad.

Neerasagar Reservoir was counstructed in 1955 is the main source of water supply to Hubli - Dharwad. The man made reservoir attracts the endemic birds like green bee eater, kingfisher, pond heron that splash around in the waterfront making a fascinating sight. Visitors can feel the velocity of the water gushing thro...

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6/9 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with water

Sadhankeri (Sadhankere) Garden is a man made park located at a distance of 30 kms from Hubli. Picturesque Sadhankeri is a park honouring the great kannada poet Da Ra Bendre. There is a lake adjacent to the garden where boating is partaken. It is one of the 7 important lakes in Dharwad. It is located in the city limits of Dharwad.

This area is developed under 'Baaro Sadhanakerige Project'. Situated at the heart of the city, this nature park is set amidst a scenic landscape, dotted with rows of shrubberies and vibrant blossoms. The lawns have statues and in the centre, there is a lak...

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7/9 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with water
Sattodi Falls
32 kms from Hubli-Dharwad city limits
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Sathodi Falls is a picturesque waterfall formed by several streams near Kallaramane Ghat at about 32 kms from the tiny hamlet of Yellapura. It cascades down in the midst of verdant rainforests in the rugged Western Ghats in Sirsi. It is located at around 85 Kms from the city of hubli.

Sathodi Falls cascades down from a height of 50 feet and forms a pool beneath. Sathodi Falls is the embodiment of natural beauty, the rock formations around the waterfalls form a natural enclosure with the bountiful greenery and the clear and crystal water below. The waterfall has water all-around the...

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8/9 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with water
Someshwara Temple, Hubli
55 kms from Hubli-Dharwad city limits
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Someshwara Temple is an ancient Hindu religious temple located at Lakshmeshwar which is around 55 kilometres from Hubli. This temple was built by the Chalukya dynasty in 12th century and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Idols of Mahisha Mardini and Chaturbhuja Ganapati are the prime attractions of this temple.

It is believed that the idols of Shiva, Parvathi and Nandi were brought by an ardent Shiva devotee from Saurashtra. Hence, the temple is also referred to as Saurashtra Someshwara. The principal deity that is worshipped in the temple is Lord Shiva. The temple has beautiful Linga. T...

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9/9 Places to Visit in Hubli-Dharwad with water
Unakal Lake, Hubli
Within Hubli-Dharwad city limits
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Unakal lake, constructed by Sir M. Visvesvaraya in 1893 is an artificial lake located at a distance of 3 Kms from Hubli city. This 110 years old lake is popular for its peaceful and scenic environment. Unakal lake is the origin of river Bedti. This river flows through western ghats and drains in Arabian sea.

The lake covers an area of 200 acres and is one of the most visited attractions in Hubli. The area around the lake is well developed with a lovely garden and recreational facilities are available for children. The major attraction of Unkal Lake is the idol of Swami Vivekananda ...

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