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Nagarhole

Nagarhole

Nagarhole, meaning ‘Snake River’ in Kannada, is a small town in Karnataka where Nagarhole National Park is situated.

Puttur

Puttur

Puttur is a town in the Dakshina Kannada district, in theIndian state of Karnataka. It is the headquarters of the Puttur Taluk. The town is located 52 km from Mangalore, along the Mysore-Mangalore highway, in a hilly region between the coast and the Western Ghats

Raichur

Raichur

Raichur is the capital of Raichur district in Karnataka, and a place of significant historical importance.

Sakleshpur

Sakleshpur

Sakleshpur is a beautiful town located in Western Ghats on Bangalore- Mangalore Highway. 

Sandur

Sandur

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Shimoga

Shimoga

Shimoga is located in the central part of Karnataka, on the banks of the Tunga River.

Shivasamudram

Shivasamudram

Shivsamudra which literally means "Shiva's Sea" is a little hamlet situated amidst nature and is poupularly called as Bluff. Here the River Cauvery falls from a height in a deep rocky gorge in the form of two waterfalls collectively called as Shivanasamudra Falls which are the second highest waterfalls in India.

Somnathpur

Somnathpur

Somnathpur is a small ancient village and is situated at a distance of 45 kilometres from Mysore and about 140 kilometres south-west of Bangalore. Somnathpur is considered as the village of temples.

Sringeri

Sringeri

Sringeri, one of the foremost Shakthi Sthalas of India, lies in the Western Ghats in Karnataka, 150 km from Mangalore and 336 km from Bangalore.Sri Shankaracharya discovered Sringeri at a time when the place was not inhabited by anyone. He saw a frog in labor protected from the blazing sunrays by a raised hood of a cobra. Sankara was greatly moved by the sight, and thus installed the Goddess of learning, Sri Sharada, at Sringeri.

Srirangapatna

Srirangapatna

Located at about 140 kilometers from Bangalore and 15 kilometers from Mysore, Srirangapatnam is the biggest of the three islands in the river Kaveri. The island, five kilometers long and two kilometers wide, derives its name from the deity of the temple located on its western side.--

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