by Vijay Lingayat We always feel that Belagavi does not offer any places of historical value which are worth visit (as one visits the city of Vijapura/Mysuru), but in fact, there many places which have definite historical value. We often move around these places but never try to see and learn about their when/who constructed […]
PARSI TEMPLE (Agiyari), opposite Benyon Smith High School, Camp Belagavi The Parsi Fire Temple in Belagavi was consecrated a December 9th, 1891. The temple was built by Kurseji Pestonji Boyce. There is a Dharamshala, a guest house for Parsi travellers and also residences for the priest. In the year 1920, the temple was handed over […]
Kapileshwar temple Belagavi, is known as the Kashi of the south. There is an inscription in the Kamal Basti which suggests this temple is one of the oldest in the state and dates back to 1000 AD.
Kakati (on NH 4 towards Kolhapur) was the place where Kittur Rani Chennamma was born and grew up, has become nothing more than a name from the past and continues to face callous neglect. Kittur Rani Chennamma was born on 23 October (1778−1829) and was the queen of the princely state of Kittur in Karnataka.S […]
It is the monsoons and Belagavi is surrounded by natures bounty and many seasonal water falls make an eyes delight. Such one is Chikhale Falls near Chikale village which is about 40 kms from Belagavi. How to Reach: Peeranwadi – Jamboti – Take left to Chikhale Village (Sign board) From there another 3 kms is […]