1. KANAKA DURGAMMA
KANAKA DURGAMMA received 1 Position in the list of Best places to visit in Bellary. It is a Hindu temple with outdoor statues.
- goddess dill definitely bless you.. jai durgamma..
- Lots of strength there in this goddess, let goddess durgamma bless all
- Spacious parking space.
05:30 – 20:45
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2. Kottureshwara Temple
Shri Guru Kottureshwara Shrine at Kotturu is an ancient shrine located at Kotturu taluk, Vijayanagara District, North Karnataka, India, 583134. This temple is 19 km from Kudligi, 28 km from Harapanahalli, 70 km from Davanagere and 253 km from Bengaluru.
- This God is powerful
- Whenever we visit we just feel calm and blessed…
- Very auspicious temple, which has more than 300 years history.
04:00 – 22:30
3. Dr. Rajkumar Park
Park and Garden
- Very nice place for Family visit
- Well maintained lake and surrounding
- It’s a well-maintained park with boating facility.
07:00 – 19:00
Kaladham has been ranked 4th in the list of Best places to visit in BellaryMuseum.
- Must visit for an evening walk
- Beautiful place to spend time
- The architecture is also very astonishing with full of greenery😋😍.
17:30 – 20:30
5. Sri Kumara Swamy Temple
Ornately decorated Hindu temple
- This is a very peaceful place.
- God Subramanya Swamy temple is good.
- This seating deity will bless you.
6. Ballari Fort
Ballari Fort is ranked 6th in the list of Best places to visit in Bellary.
The Bellary Fort, also known as Ballari Gudda or the Fort Hill, is located in the historic city of Bellary in Karnataka state, India. It is situated on top of a hill and is divided into two parts – the Upper Fort and the Lower Fort. The Upper Fort was built by Hanumappa Nayaka, a feudatory of Vijayanagara Empire, while the Lower Fort was constructed by Hyder Ali in the late 18th century. The Lower Fort was designed and built by a French engineer, who also renovated the Upper Fort. However, Haider Ali was displeased with the forts’ lower elevation compared to the nearby ‘Kumbara Gudda’ hill, which put them at a military disadvantage. Legend has it that Haider Ali ordered the hanging of the French engineer at the east gate of the fort. The grave of the French engineer, dating back to 1769, can still be found at the east gate and is considered a sacred tomb by local Muslims.
The forts boast impressive ramparts and have a rich history, with numerous historical and religious monuments.
- It is a must-visit historical place in Ballari.
- I enjoyed climbing the stairs and testing my stamina.
- Remember to bring your own water bottles as there are no stalls at the hilltop.
08:00 – 17:25
7. Parvathi Nagar Park
Park and Garden
- Nice place to relax, good for morning and evening walk…
- Good place for morning and evening walk
- Elders and kids visit in morning and evening.
06:00 – 00:00
8. Sri Bhaagya Amusement Park
- Worth money spending here with family
- Its so well maintained water park.value for money
- Must try this place, it was a very good experience.
10:00 – 17:00
Aquafun secured 9th position in the list of Best places to visit in Bellary. It is a park and garden with an amusement park.
- They have maintained cleanliness and have developed the park well. They should add more water slides for visitors to enjoy.
- The entry fee for the park is affordable for all.
- Summer is the best time to visit this place with friends and family.
The park is open from 10:30 AM to 5:30 PM.
10. Durgamma temple
Durgamma temple is ranked at 10th position in the list of Best places to visit in Bellary. It is a Hindu temple dedicated to the powerful goddess Durga maa.
- Great temple of powerful goddess Durga maa🙏🏻
11. Dr Puneeth Rajkumar Statue
12. Mincheri Water Falls
Open 24 hours
13. Wonder Mountain Valley Resort
14. Kumbara Gudda
Kumbara Gudda has been ranked 14th in the list of Best places to visit in Bellary. It is a rocky hill that is shaped like a face.
15. Tumati hills
Tumati hills is ranked 15th on the list of Best places to visit in Bellary. It is a fantastic Hiking Area that offers breathtaking views and a serene environment.
The hiking area is currently closed and not accessible to visitors.
16. Streets of Ballari
Hampi or Hampe, also known as the Group of Monuments at Hampi, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in Hampi, Vijayanagara district, east-central Karnataka, India. Hampi has a rich history that predates the Vijayanagara Empire. It is mentioned in the Ramayana and the Puranas of Hinduism as Pampa Devi Tirtha Kshetra. Even today, Hampi holds great religious significance and is home to the Virupaksha Temple, an active monastery linked to Adi Shankara, as well as various ancient monuments from the old city.
In the 14th century, Hampi served as the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire. It was a fortified city known for its prosperity and grandeur. Historical accounts from Persian and European travelers, especially the Portuguese, describe Hampi as a thriving city located near the Tungabhadra River. It boasted numerous temples, farms, and bustling trading markets. By 1500 CE, Hampi-Vijayanagara had become the second-largest city in the world, surpassed only by Beijing. It was also likely the wealthiest city in India during that time, attracting traders from Persia and Portugal.
However, the Vijayanagara Empire eventually faced defeat at the hands of a coalition of Muslim sultanates. In 1565, the capital of the empire was conquered, pillaged, and destroyed by the armies of the sultanates. Since then, Hampi has remained in ruins, serving as a reminder of its glorious past.
Mylara Lingeshwara Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god, a form of the god Shiva in Mylara. Located at center of Karnataka, It is in the extreme south-western corner of Hoovina Hadagali taluk, Vijayanagara district, Karnataka, India. It is 2 km from Tungabhadra river and 36 km from Hadagali 36 km from Ranebennur and 39 km from Harapanahalli