Kaivara Tourist spot

Tourist Places to see around Karnataka: Kaivara Temple Tourist spot
Type: Temple/ Pilgrim, Kaivara also know as “Ekachakrapura and Kaivalyapura” tourist attraction

Distance/Location: Kaivara Temple Distance is around 65 Kilometers from Bangalore, India.
Road: Kaivara Pilgrim to reach, Roads are good to travel both in bike and car. National Highways - Kolar where Kaivara is situated and its lies on NH4 to the East of Bangalore.
Where to stay Lodge/Rooms: The Mutt Ashram provides good accommodation for the tourists with nominal costs. And plan for 1day trip, its worth.
Food: You can get small hotels in Kaivara place.
Petrol: Hoskote is the place where you fill your petrol to visit Kaivara temple.
Bus services: KSRTC Bus Service Available from Bangalore to Kaivara temple itself, You can book the ticket online from KSRTC website.
Best Time to Visit Kaivara: June to March is good to visit this place.
History of Kaivara: This place is located in Chintamani Taluk of Kolar district of Karnataka, its in western part of India, kaivara as historical significant to say, Pandava of the great epic Mahabharata lived here during the exile in the forest of (Vanavasa), and Bhim is said to kill the “Bakasura” at this place. This kaivara village as beautiful temple of amaranarayan swamy. The idol has been installed by the king of Vishnuvardhan of Hoysala. The architecture of the temple is very attractive. And there is also a small temple of Ram in the forest. Residing along with sita and lakshman, and temples also dedicate to Bhimeshwara, Nakuleshwara and Sahadeveshwara. “And Narayanappa a saint who is also knows as Kaivara Thathayya in Kannada and Telugu, he as lived here during last part of 18th century and fist half of 19th century.
Events: An annual music festival on Karnatic music is held in July every year here.
Other Tourist attraction in Kaivara: you can visit the Zoo, the snake part and crocodile farm, and also you have opportunities for trekking and rocking climbing the places.
Other attraction palces in Kaivara: Amaranarayana Temple of Lord Vishnu, Aranya Rama Temple it is close to amaranarayana temple, Bheemeswara temple Narayanappa Mutt and Yoganarasimha Swamy Temple
Other place near Kaivara you can visit: Ambaji Durga Cave Temple, it’s around 7 Kms from Kaivara temple. Lord Venkateswara temple and Alamgiri this is around 10kms radius from kaivara


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