Sirsi Sri Marikamba Jatre-2014, one of the biggest Jatre of Karnataka commence from 11-3-2014 to 19-3-2014. Sutthona Banni Team Karnataka Welcomes to all for Sirsi Sri Marikamba Jatre-2014
Sunday, March 9, 2014
Thursday, February 27, 2014
Sunday, February 23, 2014
Mahalakshmi Layout is a suburb in north-west Bengaluru, India. It is surrounded by Rajajinagar, Basaveshwaranagar and Yeshwanthapura. Together with Nandini Layout and Mahalakshmipuram,it is one of the biggest layouts in Bengaluru.The famous temple of Lord Hanuman etched on a single monolith stone signifies this area. True to its name, there is also temple in the name of goddess Mahalakshmi. This area has some of the known people in Bangalore city residing.
It has been attributed with many sobriquets such as "Layout of Hills","Twin Layout" and "Temple Layout". There are around 10 temples within a radius of 200 meters. One of the most popular locations for shooting Kannada movies and TV serials.
In Mahalaksmi layout you can see the many temples like: Prasanna Veeranjaneya temple, Srinivasa temple, Vasavi temple, Ayyappa temple, Panchamukhi Ganapathi temple etc.
BBMP is maintaining a beautiful park beside the Sri Prasanna Veeranjaneya temple. This park is located in Mahalaksmi layout main road. On the other side of park Sri Srinivasa temple is there.
Saturday, January 18, 2014
Sutthona Banni Team launched a new video related to Kadambotsava. YouTube video link for Kadambotsava is : "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkLGO-zYh1Y"
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Sunday, December 29, 2013
Ambagiri is a beautiful place located in Sirsi town. This place is famous for Sri Ramakrishna Kalikamatha. From Sirsi bus stand this temple is located about 1.5km distance. Here you can see Goddess Sri Kalikabhavani Temple and Ramakrishna Mutt (Matha) located on small hill. Now this temple is maintained by Sri Ramachandrapura Mutt (Matha).From this place you can see the beautiful scenery of Sirsi town.
From Sirsi Bus stand à Sirsi-Nilekani Road (Kumata Road), go up-to Agasebagilu. In left side you can see a board as way to Ambagiri Temple. Then go in that road nearly about 1km then you will get Ambagiri temple.
Friday, November 29, 2013
Dabbe falls is one of the must visit places in Shimoga (Shivamogga) district which offers tourists a great pleasure of nature. Dabbe Falls is located near Hosagadde in Sagar taluk. On the road from Sagar to Bhatkal (Kogar Ghat), Hosagadde lies about 20 km from the town of Kargal (Near to Jog Falls). From Hosagadde a walk of 6–8 km into the forest leads to Dabbe Falls.
The trek route through the deep valley leads to the delightful Dabbe Falls. Trekking to Dabbe falls is very risk as the last 1.5 km trekking is downwards almost 80 degree with no proper stairs. One has to trek using branches and roots of trees and rocks. Last 1.5 km of trekking which consumes lots of time.
Nearby Tourist Places:
Kanoor Fort, Bhima-Lingeshwara Temple, Sharavathi wildlife Sanctuary, Jog Falls
From Kargal Town--> Go in SAGAR-BHATKAL state highway towards Bhatkal up-to Hosagadde --> Take Right deviation & go in mud road which is going towards Dabbe Mane up-to 6km (approx) --> Then trek for 1.5 km, you will get Dabbe Falls.
Take the help from local people to reach Dabbe falls.
There is no bus till Dabbe falls. KSRTC buses has stop at the main road which is 8 km. Four wheeler can reach 4 more kilometres inside and bike can go up-to 6km. Then you have to trek for 1.5 km to reach till Dabbe falls.Note: There is no food facility nearby Dabbe falls, so carry water bottles & food.
Sunday, October 6, 2013
“Shivappa Nayaka Fort” is located in “Nagara” town ,“Hosanagara” Taluk, Shivamogga District. Nagara is at distance of 19 km from Hosanagar. Nagara was the last capital of the Keladi kings. Nagara earlier known as Bidanur Kingdom of Shivappa Naik has a fort dating back to early 17th Century. It is in the interior Malenadu region with scenic natural beauty. During monsoon it is surrounded all round by the backwaters of Linganamakki reservoir. The fort being upkept by the Archeological Dept. is worth visiting. Kollur is 48 Km from this place.Few attractions of Nagara are Shivappanaika palace, fort, Devagana tank, Neelakenteshwara temple and Gudde Venkataramana Swamy temple.
Shivappa Nayaka(Kannada:ಶಿವಪ್ಪ ನಾಯಕ) (reigned 1645–1660), popularly known as Keladi Shivappa Nayaka, was a notable ruler of the Keladi Nayaka Kingdom. The Keladi Nayakas were successors of the Vijayanagara Empire in the coastal and Malnad (hill) districts of Karnataka, India, in the late 16th century. At their peak, the Nayakas built a niche kingdom comprising the coastal, hill and some interior districts (Bayaluseeme) of modern Karnataka, before succumbing to the Kingdom of Mysore ruled by Hyder Ali in 1763. He was known as Sistina Shivappa Nayaka because he introduced a tax system called Sist.
Friday, September 27, 2013
Tourism today is a trillion dollar sector involving the movement of over one billion tourists a year around the world and another five to six billion domestically.
In line with the 2013 United Nations International Year of Water Cooperation, the 2013 theme for World Tourism Day is Tourism and Water: Protecting our Common Future. As the most widely celebrated global day for tourism, it represents a unique opportunity to raise awareness of tourism’s role in water access and shine a spotlight on the sector’s contribution to a more sustainable water future.
This year’s theme highlights tourism’s role in water access and shines a spotlight on the actions currently being taken by the sector in order to contribute to a more sustainable water future, as well as the challenges ahead.
"Sutthona Banni Team Karnataka" wishes to all "Happy World Tourism Day-2013" and requests with people about "Save Water & Our Planet", because every drop of water is very precious.