Mandya Tourism

Mandya, also known as the Sugar Cane city, is a district near Mysore in Karnataka, a state in India. This district is known as the Sugar Cane city because major percentile of the economy's growth in the district was due to the product of Sugar Cane. Apart from producing sugar cane the district also produces paddy, jowar, maize, cotton, banana, ragi, coconut, pulses, and a variety of vegetables. This district is located between the Bangalore Mysore Highway, located near Hassan and Tumkur district. This district is known for five rivers passing by the district Kaveri, Hemavathi, Shimsha, Lokapavani and Veeravaishnavi.

Historical sculpture and statues were found in this district, the 13 ft statue of Bahubali was excavated by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) in 2016. Bahubali is a revered figure in the Jain religion; he was the son of the first Tirthankara of Jainism, Adinath. His older brother Bharata Chakravartin's statue was identified in the 3rd -9th century and the excavation process completed in 2018, in the same place called Arthipura where another 3.5 feet Bahubali statue of the 8th century was found. Brindavan Gardens, Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Krishna Raja Sagara Dam, Ranganathaswamy Temple, Nimishambha Temple, Somnathpur Temple and many other religious sites are located within this district and nearby the city.

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Travel Guide Kalabhairaveshwara swamy temple Adichunchanagiri
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Adichunchanagiri Temple

Adichunchanagiri temple is located in a rocky hill at a height of about 3,300 feet. It is situated 110km west of Bangalore. This temple is considered as one of the best tourist places in the state. The temple’s architecture is one of its own kinds.

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Travel Guide Shivanasamudra Falls
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Shivanasamudra Falls

It is a breathtaking water fall situated on the bank of river Kaveri in Karnataka, India. This waterfall with several parallel streams falling from a height of 90 meter is a tourist magnet in Karnataka and a must visit for anyone going to Karnataka.

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Travel Guide Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple
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Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple

The Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple is located on the Yadugiri (or Yadavgiri) hills, in Melkote, Mandya district of Karnataka. The hills are situated overlooking the Kaveri valley, thus making the location have a calm, serene atmosphere. Also known as Thirunarayanapura, this temple ....

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Travel Guide Daria Daulat Bagh
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Daria Daulat Bagh

The Daria Daulat Bagh palace in Mandya district of Karnataka is made mainly of teakwood and is still remaining standing, unlike the Lal Mahal, which was demolished by the British after their conquest of Srirangapatnam in 1799.

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Travel Guide Panchalingeshwara Temple Govindanahalli Mandya
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Panchalingeshwara Temple, Govindanahalli

Panchalingeshwara Temple is situated in Mandya district of Karnataka and The temple has got 5 shrines and each one is connected to one another.

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Travel Guide Saumya Keshava Temple
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Saumya Keshava Temple

The Saumya Keshava temple is located at a distance of 62 kilometers from the city of Mysore on the Srirangapatna-Sira highway. It is one of the predominant Vaishnavite pilgrimage sites of the Karnataka state.

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Travel Guide Srirangapatna Mandya
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Srirangapatna

Srirangapatna is a town in Karnataka, located in Mandya district and near the city of Mysore. This place has an important religious, cultural and historical impact on entire South India. Being enclosed by the river Kaveri to form a river island, the entire town is well connected ....

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Travel Guide Srirangapatna Fort Mandya
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Srirangapatna Fort

This historic fort was built during the Vijayanagar Empire reign by king Timmanna Nayaka in 1454 A.D. Being at an important strategic location, the fort was always engulfed in wars waged by the nearby kingdoms and the ownership of the fort was changed numerous times amongst the l....

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Travel Guide Tipu Sultan Museum Srirangapatna
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Tipu Sultan Museum

The museum houses and displays various artifacts, paintings related to Tipu Sultan and Hyder Ali. Some of the famous mentions are the European paintings, especially the “Storming of Srirangapattanam” by Sir Robert Ker Porter made in 1800 and the Persian manuscripts displayed ....

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Travel Guide Venugopala Swamy Temple
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Venugopala Swamy Temple

Near Krishna Raja Sagara, this place of worship is one more famous instance of the architecture from Hoysala period and is definitely worth visiting.

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Travel Guide Ranganathaswamy Temple Srirangapatna
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Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangapatna

The monuments on the island town of Srirangapatna of Mandya district, Karnataka have been nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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