Siddharoodha Matha, located 2 Kms away from Hubli is an important religious institution and a centre of Advaita philosophy. Siddharoodha Math was built to honour the memory of Shri Siddharoodha Swamy, who took up 'Samadhi' in 1929.

In the year 1919, this Math was visited by Lokamanya Gangadhar Tilak and again later in 1924, Mahatma Gandhi visited the site. Swami Sidharoodha is known to have been a famous spiritual leader during the times of the independence struggle. The Siddharoodha Math is an excellent shrine that features a marble statue of Swami Sidharoodha, a Hindu mystic of Advaita Vedanta. It is believed to be his last resting place.

The Siddharoodha Matha also houses a dhyan mandir which has all the paintings of important incidents of Siddharoodha Swami's life. Sadguru Siddharudha Maharaj lived in the style of an ascetic throughout his life. One can feel spirituality in the air from Siddharoodh dwara. The environment of the math is extremely soothing and hence, the visitors are sure to get a positive feeling when they are here.

Festival is organized during the auspicious occassion of Maha Shivratri which attracts number of tourists from around the place. Many devotees of Swami Siddharoodha gather at the math to celebrate Maha Shivaratri. Free food prasadam is given to all visitors. Siddharoodha Matha is open all days of a week during timings: 6:00AM to 6:00PM.