Rayakottai - Things to Know Before Visiting
Rayakottai, Tamil Nadu 635116, India
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One of the protected monuments of the Archaeological survey of India. This is built on a hillock which is higher than any other hillock in the vicinity.
Attractions Near Rayakottai
This fort is perched on a hillock which can be accessed by a flight of stairs, it was built in the 16th century by Krishnaddevaraya. This fort has an important role in the history of Tamilnadu.
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.
Also called as Pearl valley. The place is well known for its cascades and the mountain ranges. Nearby the falls, there is a small temple dedicated to Lord Shiva
This place is often referred to as "Niagra falls of India" . is known for bathing are and hide boat rides, projecting itself as a major tourist attraction.
A hill near Kanakapura town. Atop the hill is a temple dedicated to the Lord Ranganatha Swamy. It is one of the highest hills in the area. It is also called as Bilikal Betta means white rocks. This is a good destination for short one day trekking from Bangalore and is one of the popular tourist places to visit near Bangalore city.
A dome-shaped greenhouse situated inside the Bannerghatta national park with fluttering colorful butterflies which are really hard to find out today in our vicinity
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Discover More Attractions in Krishnagiri, Where Rayakottai Is Located
Krishna refers to 'black' and Giri refers to 'hill'. The area contains many granite hillocks.Hence the name Krishnagiri