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Attractions to explore nearby Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage SiteState Highway 14, Pattadakal, Bagalkot, Pattadakal, Karnataka 587201, India

World Heritage site which is being a specimen of the great Chalukya architecture and also it was an exhibition of Dravidian as well as Indo Aryan style of architecture

Nearby Attractions

Meguti Jain Temple10.46 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

This Chalukyan structured temple is situated inside the fortified walls of Aihole fort on a hillock. It was constructed by the great Poet, Scholar and General Ravikeerth in 634 AD with sandstones having fine grains. There are poetry inscriptions on the walls of the temple. But the bad thing was this beautiful temple appears to be incomplete till now.

Lad Khan Temple10.46 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

One of the oldest Hindu temples built in 5th century by the Kings of Chalukya Dynasty . Historical place which shows the architectural wonder of Karnataka

Durga Temple10.57 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Medieval Hindu Temple which was Part of a pending UNESCO world heritage site . Famous as a rare apsidal or round ended Hindu temple

Badami Cave Temples13.88 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Considered as an example of Indian rock cut architecture .Calm and quiet place where we can explore and study about the ancient wonders of 6th centuries.

Agasthya Lake14.25 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

A beautiful lake in the middle of Badami heritage site which has a lot of myths and history to say. This lake has an enormous stretch of water resource that has a natural stretch of origin which is a centripetal force for Badami

Badami Fort14.61 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

A regal structure located on the top of a hill that was built by Chalukyan King Pulakeshi in 543 AD , viewpoint, Trekking centre, etc.

Jambulinga Temple14.68 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Constructed in Nagara style with sanctum and a small mandapa surrounded by a greenish garden with a quiet calm atmosphere

Almatti Dam43.10 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Almatti dam is a hydroelectric project on the Krishna River. The 290 Mw power station is also situated beside the dam.

Mahadeva Historical temple58.41 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Architectural wonder, Historical place and a main pilgrimage tourist center in Karnataka. Home » Gadag » Mahadeva Temple Mahadeva Temple AUGUST 1, 2011 BY RAGGI MUDDE District: Koppal Town: Itagi Temple: Mahadeva Temple Mahadeva Temple mahadeva-temple-itagi The Mahadeva Temple was built along the plans of the Amruteshwara Temple constructed at Annigeri. The temple’s carvings, sculptures, pillars and tower stand proof to the immense talent of Chalukyan artists.

Brahma Jinalaya (Basadi)63.23 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

A Jain Temple in Lakkundi has an idol of Lord Mahavira seated on a lion throne. The temple is popularly known as the Brahma Jinalaya. It is believed to have been constructed by Attimabbe, wife of Nagadeva, the Chieftain of Chalukya King Ahavamalla.

Mudgal Fort66.58 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Mudgal fort is an ancient fort located in the Raichur district. The place is well known for its historical heritage and communal harmony and so many historical inscriptions.

Magadi Bird Sanctuary87.42 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Famous for bar headed goose. Migratory birds from Central Asia have been Famous for bar-headed goose. Migratory birds from Central Asia have been frequenting this place for over 10 years now. this place for over 10 years now.

Hire Benkal89.34 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

one of the largest prehistoric megalithic settlements in India Protected bu the Archaeological survey of India.

Sanapur Lake93.44 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Formed by an irrigation reservoir, Senapur Lake is surrounded by boulder hills. The road to the lake is through numerous paddy fields and banana plantations where you can also see locals herd their livestocks. The lake has a cliff jumping point and coracle ride spot.

Tungabhadra Dam95.09 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

A multipurpose dam serving irrigation, electricity generation, flood control etc , constructed across the Thungabadhra river which had been inaugurated at 1953

Anjanadri Hill Temple96.28 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

It is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman. The temple sits on a hill, you need to climb over 500 steps to reach it. The view of the old ruins of Hampi along with the paddy fields around the hill is a magnificent sight.

Shivgiri Temple96.72 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

There is an 85 feet tall Shiva statue.this is a growing pilgrimage location. 1500 tonnes statue of Lord Shiva is considered as the second largest one in India.

Virupaksha Temple97.05 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

This temple of shiva is designated as UNESCO world heritage site located in the heart of Hampi. It has a large gopura which is covered by architectural beauty and the surroundings of the temple is also quite impressing. The archiitectural beauty of Hampi statrts from here.

Hemakuta Hill Temples97.23 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Cluster of ancient temples situated on the Hemakutta hills in Hampi. Popular viewpoint, Canvas of stones, hundreds of years old. Hemakuta hills literally means golden hillock

Kadalekalu Ganesha97.33 KMs away from Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

One of the largest statues of Lord Ganesh in southern India. It has a height of 4.6 meters and is carved out of a single boulder. The belly of Ganesha has been chiseled in such a manner that it resembles a Bengal gram (known as Kadalekalu in the local language). The temple hall is decorated with tall and slender granite pillars.