Ganesh Travels & Tours takes to the Hosapete, formerly Hospet is a city in Bellary District in northern Karnataka, India. Hosapete is on the Tungabhadra River, 12 km from Hampi, the World Heritage site consisting of the ruins of the medieval city of Vijayanagara, former capital of the Vijayanagar Empire. The nearby Tungabhadra Dam was built in the twentieth century. It was the entrance gate to the city of Vijayanagar for all travellers coming from Goa and West Coast. A recent phenomenon in this region has been the boom of the iron-ore mining business. Due to great international demands for iron-ore, particularly from China, there has been excessive mining in this region. To an extent, the Tungabhadra Dam as well as the ruins of Hampi are now endangered by this development. The city is also known as 'Steel City' because of the presence of much iron and steel industry.
Hospet Ganesh Travels & Tours, the site where the great Vijaya Nagara Kingdom was situated lies about 13 km from Hampi in the state of Karnataka, India. It is also reachable from Bangalore, capital city of Karnataka, placed 350 km away from Hospet. As has been called the gateway to Hampi, Hospet stands proud of the Tungabhadra Dam which keeps the river Tungabhadra from being devastating and befitting to the peoples in generating power. There is a garden in the Japanese style at the base of the Dam which is a popular travel attraction of this historical city of Hospet.
Hospet Ganesh Travels & Tours , is well connected to all the major cities of Karnataka. Transport buses from the capital city Bangalore are regular to Hospet. Bangalore is around 350 Km from here. Hampi is among the most important travel destination in Karnataka which is only 13 km from here. Hospet thus is the best place from where you can head to Hampi.
Hospet Ganesh Travels & Tours can connect Hampi Many of the travelers like Ganesh Travels & Tours , who come to Hospet, are here to visit the World Heritage Site of Hampi. Hampi is among the most visited site in entire Karnataka. Hampi is the second largest World Heritage Site. Hampi has many times been referred to as the most beautiful ruins in India. Hampi was once the capital of the last great Hindu Kingdom of Vijayanagara. Hampi was attacked by Muslim ruler and many parts of the city and temples got destroyed. Still many of the magnificent temples remain and continue to mesmerize its onlookers. The main attractions in Hampi are Vithala temple, Hazara Rama Temple, Ugra Narasimha and Stone Chariot. In Vithala Temple there is a hall that has 56 pillars which produce sounds. Just tap them gently and the sound echoes inside the hall. For all enthusiastic travelers, Hampi is a must visit.
Hospet Ganesh Travels & Tours can connect Chitradurga is a town lying close to Hospet. Chitradurga is a well known tourist attraction. The town is situated in the valley of Vedavati River and has Tungabhadra River running to its northwest According to legends, Chitradurga has been there since the time of Ramayana and Mahabharata. The main attraction of Chitradurga is the Chitradurga Fort. The fort is surrounded by a series of seven walls making it a formidable fort. All the walls have gateways where the approach paths are too narrow, making it resistant to battering rams and elephant attacks. The fort was first breached by Hyder Ali in the year 1799. There are around 19 gateways, 28 Postern gates, 35 Secret gates, 4 invisible entrances 50 warehouses along with many other monuments.
Hospet Ganesh Travels & Tours can connect Harihar is a temple attraction situated on the banks of Tungabhadra River. It is believed that taking bath in Tungabhadra River on the ghats of Harihar, will relieve you of all your past sins. There is a temple dedicated to Lord Harihareshwar which was built in the year 1223. The architecture of the temple is in Hoysala style. The temple is the main attraction of the town. Other attraction of the town is an archaeological museum. The museum displays traces of wars that took place here, ancient coins and manuscripts. Himavat Kedaya waterfall is a popular picnic spot among the locales and is worth a visit for its scenic beauty and pleasant atmosphere.
Tourist Ganesh Travels & Tours importance of Hospet lies in its proximity to Hampi, the site of the medieval Vijayanagar Empire. Though the place of Hospet is not so large yet, the place has some of the best hotel that provides furnished accommodation to its visitors. The nearest airport is situated at Bellary about 75 km from the place of Hospet. The Bangalore and Belgaum airport is placed about 350 kms and 200 kms.
Hospet can connect Mysore Tourist Ganesh Travels & Tours on their way to Hospet have the pleasure of visiting Mysore in Karnataka, the imperial city and the erst while capital of the Woodeyers. Popular as the city of palaces Mysore mesmerises its visitors with the magnificent palaces, beautifully laid-out gardens and the imposing structures. Ruled by the once great Tipu Sultan, Mysore emerged as a thriving market for sandalwood and stone sculptures in Karnataka India.
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Ganesh Travels & Tours takes you to the Bhatkal is a port town in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka, India. The town lies on NH-17 running between Mumbai and Mangalore. Bhatkal is one of the major stations along the Konkan Railway line running between Mumbai and Mangalore.The nearest airport is Mangalore International Airport.
Bhatkal is an old port town located in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. It is situated 130 km from Karwar and 145 km from Mangalore, in the midst of the Western Ghats, sharing its boundary with Arabian Sea. It was the main port during the Vijayanagar kingdom in the 16th century and is famous for Jain Chandranath Basadi and a temple dating back to the Vijaynagar kingdom. The temple is worth a visit due to the intricate classical carvings in Vijayanagar style. A holiday experience here includes serene blue sea, white sand beaches, medieval monuments and archeological treasures.
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There is a lot to do in Bhatkal, from spending the day basking in the sun on the unspoiled beautiful beaches, to visiting the elegant mosques, with classical architecture especially Jamia Masjid, Sultani Masjid, Noor Masjid and Khalifa Masjid which date back to a few centuries. The Kethapayya Narayan temple in Mud Bhatkal is the best example of its rich heritage while the Jain Chandranath Basadi and Parshwanath Jain Basadi on the Main Bazar Road, are ancient structures that have stood the ravages of time.
Bhatkal Town is Situtated around 130 Kms from Karwar and about 147 Kms from Mangalore on NH-17. This Town is located in the midst of Western Ghats which has an coastal line covered by the Arabian Sea. This Town has a boundary of 5.23 Kms and is famous for Imported Goods. The total population of this Town is 31,774. Though it is a small Town, it is well developed by the projects under taken by KUIDFC. Bhatkal is famous for Ancient Monuments like Chinnadapalli, an Mosque, Sultan palli, Chandranath Basadi, Basti, and a beautiful sight of Kadavinakatta dam built across Venkatapur river. Since this is an coastal town we can also enjoy the sight-seen of sea shore along with lighthouse.
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