Sakleshpur is a beautiful hill station tucked away in the Western Ghats and is a revival trail. This city is located on green spaces and is virtually open and is located in the Hassan district where the main crops of coffee as well as cardamom are grown.
In Sacklishpur you will find stunning hilltops, greenery, bird watching facilities and accommodation where you can stay with a family in Sacklishboro. Historic places have always attracted many visitors. So, take a look at the top three historical places that everyone should visit.
Ptada temple Bhairavishwara
This temple is located at a high altitude and inside you feel like you are in an air-conditioned room. The temple is located in a very lively location as it is surrounded by hills in every direction. The platform around the temple was developed with the aim of enabling people to walk around the temple. Developed entirely with stones including the tower and the crown (Kalasha). You can also find in the photo how the rainwater outlets were given in the upper part of the temple. In the direction of the concession are a couple of PVC pipes that may have been granted recently, but towards the left you can see the stone rainwater outlet.
The Bettada Bhairaveshwara Temple is located amidst the Western Ghats in an excellent location surrounded by huge greenery. Nature lovers will discover peace and tranquility in this place. Abhishika vrishika is held once a year in the middle of January when devotees from all over the place come here to take the blessings of Lord Bhairava.
Prasana Rameshwara Temple, Devarunda
Devotees visit devotees from various parts of India. Devarunda (Goddess of Dwelling), also called Dakshina Kashi, is a complex of temples to divine beings in Virapadreswara, Rameshwara, Preshwara, Parvati, Ganapathi and Chanakashva, and is revered among Hindus.
Devarunda is another way of saying “Devaru Ida Jaga” (goddess of dwelling), as it originated in Kannada. Here one can worship, take pictures and appreciate the paradise of this place. Prasanna Rameshwara Temple is a very old temple inside and the outside of the building complex is being renovated to retain the privilege of this heavenly place.
Sakaliswara Temple is an excellent depiction of the fine details as well as the craftsmanship that has been a hallmark of Hoysala design. The temple was developed between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries AD, and the temple was given its name. The history of the temple dates back to the period when the Hoysala Empire was at its peak. Located at the entrance to the city, the temple is a relic of the Hoysala Empire that ruled this region between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries AD.
Located on the banks of the Hemavathi River, Sakleshwara Shiva Temple is one of the most magnificent temples in India. This temple is worth a visit as people can discover few of the important attractions of Sackalshpur here. A golden mask secures Shivalinga here, a huge Shiva Idol perched above the temple and simple access to the Hemavathi River make this a noteworthy visit.