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Looking for a spiritual spot in Hubli? Then this is the right place to visit. Founded in 1965 by Mahatapasvi Sri Kumaraswamiji, it is a haven for people looking for peace of mind. …..  We mean, an ideal place to relax, meditate and rejuvenate. Visit Duration
2 to 3 hours. Address
Tapovan, Hubli, Karnataka, India.
It an ancient Jain settlement of the 10th Century AD with a 9 feet statue of the child god Baal Antipathy. The town is located around 35 kilometers from Chitradurga. Address
Holalkere, Karnataka, India.
A saint Marulasiddha founded this mutt in the 12th century. It is situated 26 kilometers from the city in the village of Sirigere. Entry
Free. Visit duration
3 to 4 hours. Address
Sri Taralabalu Jagadguru Brihanmath, Sirigere, Chitradurga, Karnataka.
Raja s seat
It was one of the favorite spots of Kodava kings as the seat has been a perfect place to watch sunset. Like most of the places in Madikeri even this place offers a breathtaking view of the nature. Timing
8:00 AM - 9:00 PM Address
Stuart Hill, Madikeri, Karnataka.  
Situated beside Bagela Lake and 23 km from north-west of Udaipur on the way to Nathdwara, this small town comprises many temples of historic importance. Among them, the most important and attractive ones are a Sas-Bahu shrine dating back to 10th century and a temple of Jain Saint Shanti Nath. Entry Fee no entry fee Timings During Day Visit Duration 1-2 Hours
Address Nagda, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
Sunset view
Famously known as ‘Cherrapunji of South’ due to the amount of rain it records, which is only second to Cherapunji. Agumbe is covered with dense forest and is apt for trekking and sight-seeing. Thanks to the heavy rainfall annually, the area has a number of pretty good waterfalls. Timing
Any time during day. Visit duration
3 to 4 hours. Address
Agumbe, Shimoga, Karnataka, India.
This mountain pass of the Aravalli Range is 40 km from Udaipur and is the very spot where a huge battle between Maharana Pratap of Mewar and Raja Man Singh of Amber took place in 1576 leading to a lot of bloodshed. It was here Maharana Pratap mount 'Chetak' breathed his last. The yellow colored soil of the region giving a sense of turmeric has resulted in the place getting its current name. Here, you can feel the battle fought by Maharana Pratap and the gallantry & sacrifice shown by the...
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