Explore The Mango Capital Of India, Krishnagiri In Tamil Nadu!

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Gopika VC

Besides from scenic and natural splendor, this lovely destination offers tourists a variety of memorials, temples, forts, and archaeological sites.

This is a great place for people who like to try new things, since it is a beautiful hill that is best climbed in the morning. From the top of the hill, you can see a lot.

Krishnagiri Fort

Krishnagiri Dam Park has great views from KRP Dam. As a kid-friendly picnic site, it's popular. The dam is wonderful and you can walk around it.


It's well-kept by the government. The dam's planted gardens and river Ponniar views are beautiful.

Kelavarapalli Reservoir Project

This amazing Museum shows off the art, history, cultural wealth, and other parts of this District and science in general.

Government Museum Krishnagiri

This place has great views and is surrounded by beautiful, green scenery. The weather in this place is very nice and enjoyable.

Thali/ Little Englland, Krishnagiri

Rayakottai fort is a great place with great views and a lot of battles from the Mysore wars that you can see.


Rajaji was a respected leader, so the Government of Tamil Nadu built this memorial house in his honor. Chakravathy Rajagopalchari is Rajaji's full name.

Rajaji Memorial House

It is a well-known spiritual group that works to spread peace and harmony all over the world.

Shree Parshwa Padmavathi Shaktipeet Tirth Dham

Around Krishnagiri, this Temple is one of the most prominent religious buildings. Lord Shiva is the temple's main deity.

Arulmigu Maragathambigai Chandra Choodeswara Temple

Mallachandram is a famous place with more than 100 dolmens. Megalithic structures are called "dolmens."