One Day Bangalore to Shivanasamudra Falls

One Day Bangalore to Shivanasamudra Falls Tour by Cab

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1) Shivanasamudra Falls

Shivanasamudra is a well-known waterfall in the Mandya district of Karnataka State, which is located 130 kilometres from Bangalore and 81 km from Mysore. One of the top waterfalls in Karnataka and a well-liked tourist destination close to Bangalore is this one.
One of Karnataka’s most visited tourist destinations is Shivanasamudra. The Kaveri River is split in two by the island of Shivanasamudra, creating the waterfalls Gaganachukki and Bharachukki. Although Gaganachukki is more frequently referred to as Shivanasamudra Falls, Gaganachukki and Barachukki Falls are jointly referred to as Shivanasamudra Falls. Peak monsoon season brings beautiful views to this location. One of the places you absolutely must include in your Mysore tour packages is Shivanasamudra Waterfall.
Gaganachukki features two large parallel streams that flow along a stony bed from a height of over 320 feet and a massive horsetail-shaped waterfall that drops from a height of 90 metres. The gorge is fairly deep, and the currents are quite strong. Thus, swimming is not allowed here. In the year 1905, the first hydroelectric power plant in Asia was built near the falls. The first place this electricity was utilised was in Kolar Gold Fields. The power plant is located close to a Dargah, from where you can enjoy stunning views of Gaganachukki’s other side.
Sivanasamudra Falls are best visited between July and January, with peak season occurring from August through October.

2) Talakadu

Talakadu is a historical location located on the banks of the Kaveri River in Karnataka, 24 km from Somnathpur, 32 km from Sivanasamudram, and 49 km from Mysore.
It is one of the most well-liked tourist destinations in Somnathpur.
Talakadu is a stunning location encircled by temples and one of the top destinations to see while visiting Mysore. Talakadu had around 30 temples, the most of which are currently submerged in the sand. Public tours of some of these excavated temples are available. Pathaleshwara, Maruleshwara, Arkeshwara, Vaideeshwara, and Mallikarjuneshwara Temple are the five temples that are devoted to Lord Siva. The Lord Vishnu temple at Keerthinarayana is a stunning location with exquisite carvings.
Many dynasties, including the Gangas, Hoysalas, Rashtrakutas, and Vijayanagara Monarchs, governed Talakadu. The architecture of Talakadu’s temples combines elements from each of these periods.
The Wodeyar Dynasty of Mysore was cursed by Talakadu, according to Alamelamma’s “Curse of Talakad.”
Here, Pancha Linga Darshana, a wellknown festival, is observed once every 12 years. It takes place on the first day of the new moon in the Karthika month, when the stars of Khuha Yoga and Vishaka conjoin.

3) Somnathpur

Somnathpur, which is located 137 kilometres from Bangalore, 35 kilometres from Mysore, and 50 kilometres from Shivanasamudra Falls, is well renowned for the stunning Prasanna Chennakesava Temple, one of the three best and most well-known examples of Hoysala architecture (other two being temples at Belur & Halebid). One of the three Hoysala temples up for consideration as a UNESCO World Heritage Site is this one. This is a well-liked tourist destination close to Bangalore and Mysore and a good weekend break from both cities. The Hoysala temples are renowned for their beautiful carvings and sculptures that have been polished to resemble metal. It is a popular tourist destination in Karnataka and one of the greatest sites to experience Mysore tourism.
Somnatha, a commander of King Narasimha III, constructed Chennakesava Temple in 1268 and it is situated on the banks of the Cauvery River. Like to other Hoysala temples, this one is elevated. The temple consists of a common Mandapa, three shrines, and three gorgeously carved peaks. Beautifully carved images of Keshava, Janardhana, and Venugopala were previously kept in the three sanctums. Even though Lord Kesava’s idol is no longer present, visitors continue to worship the other two.
The beautiful and detailed sculptures of the Somnathpur temple are well known. A mandapa runs along the wall of the walled courtyard that houses the temple. The temple is situated on a raised platform in the form of a star. The main temple’s outside walls are embellished with a series of star-shaped folds, and the entire surface is covered in plaques made of carved stone. Also, the walls above the plinth are panelled vertically with magnificent carvings of Hindu gods and goddesses derived from the puranas.
The peak season is from April to May & September to January, while the best time to visit Somnathpur is from October to March. Normally, a visit to this temple takes two to three hours.
A captivating one day trip to Shivanasamudra, a natural wonder that promises a day filled with awe and serenity. Situated just a stone’s throw away from Bangalore, this destination offers a perfect escape from the city’s hustle and bustle. Experience the beauty of Shivanasamudra Falls as you stand mesmerized by the gushing waters and the breathtaking landscapes that surround them. Our specially designed Shivanasamudra one day trip ensures that you make the most of your visit, immersing yourself in the raw power and tranquility of nature.
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