Shivanasamudra and Talakadu Full Day Trip

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    About the trip
    • If you start the trip from Bangalore to shivanasamudra at around 6am , you can reach their by 11 am including breakfast on the way then you can visit to Gaganachukki.
    • Bharachukki Falls that was seprated by the different gates within 5kms range their you can spend the time with the photo session upto 1 hr
    • then move on to Holy Dargah near the Shivanasamudra falls maximum it will take 1 hr to finish it off these falls and approx time will be around 1:30pm
    • therafter finish your lunch nearby within 2:30pm and then visit the Talakadu Panchalinga Darshana that is very famous in South Indian Part
    • then move to the Sandy Beach river their you enjoy the boating and play in the water area and enjoy in the sandy beach like river , finishit off around 6pm from their
    • start your way back to Bangalore and you can reach their by 10pm having dinner on the way .
    • Toll and parking will be extra…
    Tourist attractions
    • Shivanasamudra -Shivanasamudra is a small city in the Mandya District of the state of Karnataka, India. It is situated on the banks of the river Kaveri, which forms here the boundary to the Chamarajanagar District, and is the location of one of the first hydro-electric power stations in Asia, which was set up in 1902.The project was designed by Diwan Sheshadri Iyer. Read More
    • Shivanasamudra Temples -Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple located here is built in the Dravidan style of architecture. Sri Ranganathaswamy here is also referred to as "Madhya Ranga", who is highly revered by Sri Vyshanava devotees among others. Among all the three Rangas, the deity here is believed to represent the youth form of the God and hence is also fondly referred to as 'Mohana Ranga' and 'Jaganmohana Ranga'. Madhya Ranga is an ancient temple housing a beautiful idol, yet being located remotely sees few visitors. The temple often remains closed to visitors as the local priest is not punctual, and the Karnataka government temple authority has done little to maintain and promote this place.[4] There are three more temples on three other sides of the island. Read More
    • Talakadu - Talakadu is a desert-like town on the left bank of the Kaveri River. It once had over 30 temples, most of which now lay buried in sand. The extant group of temples, where the eastward flowing Kaveri river changes course as the sand on its banks spreads over a wide area, is a popular pilgrimage site for Hindus. Read More
    • Talakadu Temples -At Talakadu sand covers the temples. Stone pillars, square at the base and made to fit into a wheel below the abacus, lie scattered about. Read More