Male Mahadeshwara Betta (Hills), Bangalore

About Male Mahadeshwara Betta (Hills)

Nearly 210 kilometers south of Bangalore, there is a temple of Lord Mahadeshwara believed to be the reincarnation of Lord Shiva. The temple is surrounded by 77 hills covered by dense forest. This place is best suitable for people in search of spiritual experience or peace and adventurers.

There are reports on frequent sightings of wild animals such as elephants, guars (Indian Bison), sambars, spotted deer, jackals, sloth bears and porcupine besides rare spotting of tigers, leopards and wild dogs in the area.  ‘Kamsale’, a song and dance ritual by the worshipers of Lord Shiva is a regular event here.



Visit Duration

1 to 2 hours


Male Mahadeshwarabetta, Karnataka 571490

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