Someshwara temple is one of the Dwadasha Kshetra of our country. And it is because of this temple that the place is called Someshwara.
Shravanabelagola Temple is a sacred Jain pilgrimage destination which lies towards the north-west of Bangalore in the Indian state of Karnataka.
Another gem of Hoysala temple architecture, the Lakshmi Narasimha Temple of Bhadravathi. Deep dive into Hindu mythology wit the sculptures of the temple.
The Hoysaleswara temple of Halebeedu is another masterpiece of Indian temple architecture, dedicated to Lord Shiva and exhibits Hoysala architectural style.
Keshava Temple of Somanathapura is the famous shrines of Karnataka, situated at the Mysore district, the most well preserved temples of the Hoysala reign.
Durga Temple Aihole is dedicated to Lord Shiva or Lord Vishnu and exhibits a blend of Dravidian & Nagara architectural style,the complex is well maintained.
Halebidu Temple was constructed by the Ketamala, the chief architect of that time, around 1121 AD, dedicated to King Vishnuvardhana, ruler of Halebidu.
The Badami Cave Temples are a part of the glorious rock cut temple architecture of India. It is located at the Badami, a small city at Karnataka.
The Chamundeshwari Temple is considered one of the 18 Maha Shakti Peethas and is known by the name of Krouncha Pitham, Located at the top of Chamundi hills.
Sri Subramanya Temple also termed as Ghati Subramanya Temple is one of the most famous and most visited temples in the state of Karnataka.