Kollur Mookambika Temple

Mookambika Devi Temple is famous in South India, and it is visited by both pilgrims and tourists from all the four southern states. The temple is on River Sauparnika’s banks, from where the scenic view is breathtaking. The copper roofs and the gold-plated crest attract hundreds of tourists all through the year. The temple has a mythological significance to the people of the land. During festivals, it is an amazing sight.

Khwaja Bande Nawaz Gesu Daraz – Gulbarga

Khwaja Bande Nawaz Gesu Daraz is a peaceful site. The architecture is prominent and is eyecatching. It has a huge library; any book lover would love the place and be amazed at the collection. According to history, Bande Nawaz preached and taught the doctrines of brotherhood, harmony and tolerance. Many devotees and tourists gather on his death anniversary in the Khwaja Bande Nawaz Gesu Daraz and pay their respect.

Gurudwara Nanak Jhira Sahib

Gurudwara Nanak Jhira Sahib is a pilgrim centre of the Sikhs, after the Golden Temple, Amritsar. It has a stream of sweet water flowing from the hill, which flows continuously in all seasons. The architecture is superb. It has a small pool where people take a dip. It the best place to learn the culture and beliefs of the Sikhs. The Gurudwara still stands clean, beautiful and majestic to this day. Many come here for religious tour.


Gokarna is a beautiful temple town, homing the Atma Lingam of Shiva in the Mahabaleshwar temple. It is on the banks of the Arabian Sea the temple lies. The Atma Lingam plays a significance role in the Hindu mythology. The temple makes the landmark of the city. It is a major spot for the devotees of Shiva and other tourists. There are other amazing temples that adorn the city with charm and beauty. The town is famous for Sanskrit learning.

Dharmasthala Manjunatha Temple

Dharmasthala is a place where charity is a lifestyle. The pilgrims and other tourists are given free food throughout the day. People of all religions are welcomed here. Free mass weddings, which is becoming popular, are also conducted here for those who can’t afford a decent wedding. The doctrines and courses of the Hindu religion are taught here. It also offers free food and accommodation to its visitors.


The oldest settlements in India are in Bylakuppe. When the Tibetan refugees came to seek shelter, Jawaharlal Nehru gave them this land. From a refugee camp, it changed to a large Tibetan settlement. It has a rich look, with beauty everywhere. The temples and monasteries are enchanting. The feeling of being here is completely a beautiful experience. It is mostly visited by tourists and followers of Buddhism.

Nandi Hills


Nandi Hills is named after the Jain monk who resided there many years back. It is also a historical place because Tippu Sultan built his summer palace and fort there. It is an ideal place to take a break from the bustling city life. It is a clean and serene place with clean roads and welcoming atmosphere. There are beautiful temples that adorn the hills…



Kundadri is the voice of greenery. The scenic view from the peak is classic and breathtaking. The view of a dam, the landscape and the lush forest add to its charm. It a must see for all the trekkers. It is challenging, but it is worth. The sunrise and sunset view is another glorious sight. The uninterrupted panorama can never be explained…



Kudremukh is an impressive and a must-see location in Karnataka. It is also called the Kashmir of Karnataka. The scenic nature, the abundant wildlife and the surrounding forest make Kudremukh one of the most-visited tourist attractions in Karnataka. Hebbe Falls and Kalahatti Falls are two amazing waterfalls, with a brilliant view…



Kodachadri should be the first place on your list if you love adventure. The route to the peak can be done only by jeep, which is a thrilling experience. It an ideal place for trekkers. The peak has a temple, Sarvajna Peetha, which has is the most-visited site in the peak. The forest also homes many endangered species of plants and animals…