It all started from a piece of 5 acre land that expanded to 30 acres of plantation over years of hard work and dedication. Shri. Jayadev Agadi has been felicitated with ‘Krishi Pandit’ award in the year 2014 by honorary CM of Karnataka.
There are lot of temples in and surrounding states of Karnataka. But there is no match to the 'Gayatri Tapobhoomi' built in Karnataka. The 'Gayatri Tapobhoomi' is a beautifully built temple with a more beautiful 'Gayatri Goddess' inside. It is said that the people who have strong will about their Sankalpa are blessed by the 'Gayatri Goddess'. The 'Gayatri Tapobhoomi' is developed by the people with determined soul and lot of good deeds made by them in their previous births.Read More
Karnataka Folklore University is established with a specific objective of providing the greater platform in Folklore Studies.
There can be no doubt that this university will bring to perspective the vibrant folk culture of Karnataka to the topmost level of visibility among all other cultural forms of Karnataka and bring to fruition the meaningful initiative of the Government of Karnataka. At present in the whole of Asia, this is the only university providing advanced teaching, learning and research opportunities to students of folklore and it has a commitment to excel in translating its vision and mission into reality.
Navagraha Teertha is a Jain pilgrim centre located at a distance of 18 Kms from Hubli along the Bengaluru-Pune national highway besides Varur Village. The temple features a 61 feet (18.6 m) tall monolithic idol of the Shri 1008 Bhagavan Parshvanatha and the smaller statues of the other 8 Jain teerthankaras. The statue is the tallest statue of the Jain deity Parshvanatha in India and weighs 185 tons. The statue stands on a 48 feet (14.6 m) high pedestal(109 feet total). It has been established in 2006-07 largely through the efforts of Sri Gunadhar Nandi Maharaj.Read More
Located in the Indian State of Karnataka, lies the Attiveri Bird Sanctuary. The bird sanctuary is 15 kms from the village Mundgod and about 43 kms from the Hubli-Dharwad district. The sanctuary is a serene and quiet place, ideal for bird watchers. It is located around the Attiveri Reservoir and has riverine and deciduous forests surrounding the area.Read More
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