Attractions to explore near (ANTARA GANGE) Shree Kaashi Vishwanatha Temple
This temple is located in a beautiful place which is surrounnded bby mountains. The temple has main shivalingam and around five other lingams on the side of the main matapa. The devotees believes that the waterbody surrounded by the temple is the sacred Ganga and it has been falling from the head of Shiva.
One of the major public attractions in Bangalore inaugurated in 2001 at the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. The museum boasts of the giant leaps Indian aviation has taken both commercially as well as in terms of defense.
The hills are near the town of Nandi. It is once used as the summer retreat of Tipu Sultan, Nandi Hills is scattered with shrines and monument, and is surrounded by beautiful views, making this place no less than a hidden paradise
The Chandrachoodeswar temple is situated in the top of a hill at Hosur and was built by Thirupuvanamalla Barvatharaja Anthiyazhvar of the Hoysala dynasty in the year 1260. It is dedicated to the god Shiva and Parvathi. The whole temple is made up of stone and there is a beautiful raja gopuram on top of the prime entrance.
An epitome of great architecture and beauty which is preserved in it the spice of old regal opulence. Which is now the host for many cultural events, marriages, rock shows apart from a tourist destination.
A constituent unit of the national council of science museums having nine exhibition halls. all of them are giving us more knowledge about science and technology in this fastest-growing world.
With 18 galleries, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath is a visual art complex located in Bangalore. The major collection of the gallery consists of paintings, sculptures and folk art. Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath also runs the nearby College of fine arts.
Magnificient accommodation of the valiant ruler of the Mysore- Tippu sultan. This is an example of Indo Islamic architecture. The opulent palace is once used as a summer retreat by the king and was often referred as the abode of happiness
This is a series of hill sin Andhra pradesh. The local name of the hill was Yenugu Mallama gonda after a legend of a saintly old woman named Mallamma who lived atop the hill and was fed by elephants . In contrast to the dry and hot surrounding, this area is well vegetated with cooler climate. This made it attractive as a hill station and a tourist spot.
Founded in 1970. A portion is also a biological reserve. Popular destination with a zoo, a pet corner, an animal rescue center, a butterfly enclosure, aquarium, snake house, and a safari park