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Attractions to explore near Manjarabad Fort

Manjarabad FortBengaluru - Mangaluru Hwy, Donigal, Karnataka 573134, India

The fort is at an elevation of 988m above from the sea level built in 1792 by Tippu Sulthan. This fort is a pack of so many mysterious histories.

Nearby Attractions

Bisle Ghat24.76 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

Bisle Ghat is the best picturesque destination of Karnataka and is rewarded as 'heaven on the earth'.

Shettihalli Rosary Church28.65 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

Built in the 1860 by the French Missionaries in India. The church is a magnificient structure of Gothic architecture. After the construction of the Hemavati Dam and Reservoir in 1960 the church was abandoned.

Beluru Sri Chennakeshava Temple29.44 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

One of the oldest temples in Hassan district. An architectural wonder which has been built in the 12th century by the Hoysala ruler.

Pushpagiri29.88 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

A mountain peak in Kodagu district surrounded by Pushpagiri wildlife sanctuary. Well known for trekking. Pushpagiri is the highest peak in Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary in the Western Ghats of Karnataka.

Kukke Shri Subrahmanya Temple32.18 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

Kukke Subramanya is located amidst hills of Subramanya in western ghats. Lord Subramanya is the deity worshiped in the form of a Cobra in the temple.

Hasanamba Temple37.65 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

A Hindu temple located in Hassan district dedicated to the goddess Shakthi which having so many specialities.

Manjusha car Museum40.86 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

Museum with a unique collection of objects, antiques, paintings, art crafts, temple chariots, vintage, and classic cars. The museum is located to the south of the famous Lord Manjunatha temple.

An 800-year-old temple. The principle deities and protective gods are from both Hinduism and Jainism. The temple is considered unique since it belongs to the Shaiva sect of Hinduism. The priests are Madhwa Brahmins, who are from the Vaishnava sect, and the administration is run by a Jain family called the Pergades.

Kedareshwar Temple41.55 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

Kedareswara temple is a Hoysala era construction in the historically important town of Halabedu. It's a Trikuta temple, dedicated to Shiva in the form of Kedareshwara.

Hoysaleshwara Temple41.56 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

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Hoysaleswara temple is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located in Halebidu, Hassan which is built in the 12th century.

Mandalpatti Peak41.84 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

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Part of Pushpagiri reserve forest, Mandalpatti Peak is a mist covered peak accessible only by vehicles capable of off roading or by hike. The grassland laden peak offers great views of the valleys and the hills below. Mandalpatti is also known as ‘Mugilu-Peth’ or ‘Mugilu-Pete’ in local language. It means Market of Cloud, a very apt name for the place.

Bandaje Falls42.69 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

Formed by a tributary of the Netravathi river, it falls from a rocky cliff and is about 200 feet tall. About ten kilometers of hiking is required to get near to this falls.

Mullayanagiri43.22 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

Mullayanagiri peak is located in the Baba budhan giri range of western ghats. It serves as the highest peak between Nilgiris and the Himalayas offering its visitors a relaxed environment.

Madikeri Fort55.24 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

one of the interesting places for sightseeing in Coorg built in the last quarter of the 17th century by Mudduraja. It was first built in the last quarter of 17th century by Mudduraja. There was a palace built inside the fort as well.

Omkareshwara temple 55.28 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

An ancient shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva which was constructed in a mix of gothic and Islamic styles. Omkareshwara Temple was built by Lingarajendra in 1820 CE. The Shivalinga installed inside the temple is believed to be brought from Kashi.

Raja's Seat56.02 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

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Raja's seat is a seasonal garden of flowers and artificial fountains. A mountain peak in Kodagu district surrounded by Pushpagiri wildlife sanctuary. Well known for trekking. Pushpagiri is the highest peak in Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary in the Western Ghats of Karnataka.

Baba Budangiri56.21 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

One of the top places for trekking in Karnataka. This is a famous pilgrim site for both Hindus and Muslims and is often flocked by travellers.

Nisargadhama56.41 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

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Tourism, wildlife sanctuary,photography, picnic spot and boating.

Namdroling Monastery Golden Temple58.68 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

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This is the largest teaching center of the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism in the World. This monastery is home for the sangha community of over five thousand Lamas.

Ayyana kere59.88 KMs away from Manjarabad Fort

Ayyanakere lake is an ancient lake located at the eastern base of the Baba Budhan hills. This is the biggest lake in Chikkamangluru district and second-largest in Karnataka.