Off To Chikkaballapur? Here Are The Top Attractions!

Written By

Gopika VC

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Since vehicles aren't allowed, one must walk the last 1 km from Kethenahalli, 12 kilometers from Chikballapur.

Vivekanand Falls

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This is the birth place of  M. Visvesvarayya, the architect of modern Karnataka. There is a museum dedicated to him and his ancestral home is adjacent to this museum.


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The statue of Adiyogi Shiva near the slopes of Nandi hills is one of Chikkaballapur's main attractions.

Adiyogi Chikkaballapur

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The Ranganatha Swamy temple, also called Rangasthala, is 5 km south of Chikballapur, on the way to the village of Gauribidanur.

Ranganatha Swamy temple

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Kaivara, a small town in Chintamani Taluk of Chikkaballapura district, is a major pilgrimage site in Karnataka.


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This temple was built in the Dravidian style by Rathnavalli of the Bana Dynasty around the year 806. It is known for its old architecture.

Bhoga Nandishwara Temple

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Nandi Hills is 10 km south of Chikballapur off state route 74. From the base, the hilltop is 7 kilometers away.

Nandi Hills

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Chintamani, a well-developed Kolar town on the Deccan Plateau in south-eastern Karnataka, is now part of Chikkaballapur.


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