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Halebidu Karnataka | Halebid | Hoysaleshwara Temple ( 2023 )

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Halebidu Karnataka- a glorious sparkling ruin

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Halebidu in Hassan district, Karnataka. It was the regal capital of the Hoysala Empire in the 12th Century. The place has kept many examples of Hoysala Architecture. The best visiting place in Halebidu is Hoysaleshwara and Kedareshwara Temples. Halebidu has the perfect vibe in terms of Environment or terms of Spirituality. Earlier, Halebidu was destroyed and deserted because the Delhi sultanate looted the place in the 14th Century. 

How to Reach the Regal Capital?

Halebidu is the main attraction point in Karnataka. There are many trains for Hassan District. Halebidu is approximately 28 kilometres far from the Hassan Railway Station. You can take the Cab from Hassan Railway Station.

To reach Halebidu, The nearest domestic airport from Halebidu is in Mysore. It takes approximately three to three and a half hours to reach Halebidu, and the international airport is 4 hours from Halebidu in Bengaluru. 

To reach Halebidu, Bus is the best transportation because that will take you directly to the spiritual place of Halebidu. While travelling to Halebidu, you will also enjoy the eye-catching beauty of Halebidu.

Here are some famous places to explore the fresh vibing place

Yagachi Dam

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Yagachi Dam is a few kilometres away from the Belur. The dam is lavishly built, but visiting a dam isn’t boring. Here’s the twist, you will find many water sports like Jet Ski, Speed Boats, Bumper Ride, Cruise Boats, Banana Boat Rides, and Kayaking. The place is full of adventures and enjoyment.

Hoysaleshwara Temple

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The temple is on the mainland of Halebidu, near the lake called Dwarasamudra, and the temple has a sculpture of Lord Shiva. The architectural work outside the temple shows the importance of Hoysala culture. The temple’s architectural work is a little damaged because the 14th Century Delhi Dynasty attacked the town and damaged the Hoysaleshwara temple. The temple is registered as the country’s seven wonders and is listed under UNESCO’s heritage place. The Hoysaleshwara temple has the best view of it.

Belur Temple

The temple has the best architectural and structural work all around the temple. On top of the hill, Shravenbelgola is a Jain temple, which is built lavishly. The temple has a small height, so you can climb with the help of stairs or take carts to make you visit the temple. Mainly, people who love trekking usually go from the stairs. The artwork on the temple is fascinating to be watched. The temple is lotus-shaped from the top view; because of this, the temple is so special.

Kedareshwara Temple

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The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple has shillings in the form of Krishnashila. The architectural work defines the importance of Hoysala culture and tradition. The temple’s basement has the Ramayana, the Bhagwat Geeta, Mahabharata, and the characters’ sculptures. Mainly, the temple was built by Bhalalla.

Hoysala Mahotsava

Hoysala Mahotsava is celebrated in the Hoysala armies’ commemorates for their bravery and genius minds. The people of Halebidu celebrate the Hoysala Mahotsava. The roads of Halebidu will get full on the occasion of Hoysala Mahotsav. Citizens of Halebidu decorate the temples with lights, candles, Lamps, Rangolees, etc. The recitals of the festival are celebrated in the temples of Belur Halebid in Karnataka. Citizens perform many types of dance, music, and art forms. The best part is that the Belur temple has the best location using the Environment or the temple’s view.

City Shopping

In Halebidu, you can buy high-quality sculptures and souvenirs, terracotta items, statues, and religious items if you travel across the city market. The prices in the market of Halebidu are very reasonable for buying the products you need. Foreigners especially go there to purchase sculptures and statues. 

Archeological Museum

The museum has many historical sculptures like Dancing Shiva, Nataraja, and Veena Saraswati, dancing Ganesha, and a bronze statue of a Tirthankara. The museum has various statues, exhibits, inscriptions, and other things to observe.

Basadi Halli

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The temple has pillars that are so highly polished that one can resemble the pillars like a mirror. Three famous pillars here are Parswanathaswamy Temple, Adinathaswamy Temple, and Shanthinathaswamy temple. The temple’s structure is also a main attraction for tourists to visit the temple.

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Hoysala Mahotsava

Hoysala Mahotsava is celebrated in the Hoysala armies’ commemorates for their bravery and genius minds. The roads of Halebidu will get full on the occasion of Hoysala Mahotsav. Citizens of Halebidu decorate the temples with lights, candles, Lamps, Rangolees, etc. Citizens perform many types of dance, music, and art forms. The best part is that the Belur temple has the best location using the Environment or the temple’s view.

Belur Temple

The temple has the best architectural and structural work all around the temple. On top of the hill, Shravenbelgola is a Jain temple, which is built lavishly. Mainly, people who love trekking usually go from the stairs. The artwork on the temple is fascinating to be watched. The temple is lotus-shaped from the top view; because of this, the temple is so special.

Kedareshwara Temple

The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The architectural work defines the importance of Hoysala culture and tradition. The temple’s basement has the Ramayana, the Bhagwat Geeta, Mahabharata, and the characters’ sculptures.

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