A relaxed and easygoing city, Hassan is the headquarters of the same-named district and is one among the uncomparable favorite spots in the state of karnataka. Named after the town's presiding god "Hasanamba", Karnataka's fourth largest town is principally a farmer and merchandiser city. Hassan is a pleasant place to looked for a day or two on foot and forms an ideal base for exploring the world-famous site of Halebid (33km), Belur (38km) and Sravanabelagola (48km).
Hassan is best best-known for its Hasanamba Temple, however there is conjointly Siddeshvara Temple, built by Venkatappa Nayaka, one of the Nayaka rulers.
Sights to see
Built in the 12th century underneath the Krishnappa Nayaka (Paleghar), the temple is elegantly graven and enshrines god Hasanamba.
Siddeshwara Swamy temple
The beautiful Siddeshwara Swamy Temple is another noted shrine in Hassan.
The Bucesvara temple is the attraction of Koravangala, situated 10 kilometer from Hassan. A fine example of the Hoysala design, the temple was built in 12th Century A.D.
Situated about 6 km from Sakleshpur city, Manjarabad Fort is found at AN altitude of about 3,240 feet. It was named Manjarabad by renowned Mysore ruler Tippu Sultan. The gorgeous landscape here attracts a large number of tourists.
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