Kalleshwara Temple - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Kalleshwara Temple
A temple built in 987 AD. It was an important agrahara from the times of the western Chalukyas.
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Ranebennur Blackbuck Deer Sanctuary
39.18km from Kalleshwara Temple
Renebannur blackbuck sanctuary was declared as a sanctuary mainly to protect blackbucks which have a vast core area. A very good trekking place, off-road area and much more.
60.49km from Kalleshwara Temple
A multipurpose dam serving irrigation, electricity generation, flood control etc , constructed across the Thungabadhra river which had been inaugurated at 1953
62.01km from Kalleshwara Temple
This temple is built with soapstone and is similar to the Chalukyan temples based near Haveri.One of the architectural wonders in Karnataka.
Magadi Bird Sanctuary
65.27km from Kalleshwara Temple
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.
Mahadeva Historical temple
66.43km from Kalleshwara Temple
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)
66.88km from Kalleshwara Temple
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.
Discover More Attractions in Davanagere, Home of Kalleshwara Temple
The district lies in the central plains of the state with its unique features of having dual cultures of the north and the south of the state