Places to vist around Karadi Kallu

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Agani Gudda

The “Agni Gudda” or Parvat as you would have guessed by now means “Fiery Mountain” for legendry volcanic activities in this region.This location has been an all-time favorite with the youths from Bangalore for trekking, and outdoor camping. The mountain provides a great view of the surrounding rice terraces and a good spot for picnicking and outdoor camping.
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Magajahalli Water Falls

Just about 1 km from the village Magajahalli, if you listen carefully as you drive past, you will hear the gurgling sound of a waterfall. If you climb down into the underbush, you will a very nice waterfall cascading for about 20 feet in its glory. If you happen to be there immediately after the monsoon season, the rush of water will be at its peak. Watch out for the slippery stones, but this could be a nice picnic spot if you want to take a short break.
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BettadaBhairaveshwara Temple

Bettada Bhairaveshwara Temple in kannada. This place is very well located in Western Ghats of Sakleshpur and borders of South Canara. A varshika Abhisheka will be held once in a year in Jan month where all the people from surrounding places come to take the blessings of Lord Bhairava.
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Manjarabad Fort

The fort is located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) away from the Sakaleshpura town to its south west, which is on the right bank of the Hemavati River, 23 miles (37 km) from Hassan on the National Highway no 48 that runs from Bangalore to Mangalore.Since the fort is located on a hill at an elevation of 988 metres (3,241 ft), it gives a clear and commanding view of the surroundings. On a clear day, even the Arabian Sea can also be seen from the fort.
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Belur - Halebidu

The main attraction in Belur is the Chennakeshava temple complex which contains the Chennakesava Temple (dedicated to Chennakeshava, meaning handsome Vishnu) as the centre piece, surrounded by the Kappe Chennigraya temple built by Shantaladevi, queen of king Vishnuvardhana. It is said that Shantaladevi herself danced in front of the main shrine during its installation and her dance inspired the poses of the figurines on the temple walls.