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Pancha Pathi Temple

Talakad | Near Shivanasamundram, Mandya, India
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Desert power

With the already growing disappointment on the piping hot desert land of Talakadu, when we were... read more

Reviewed 14 December 2017
tan32016
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Bengaluru, India
Very interesting

This is a very interesting place with great history and offers great views and has great... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2017
DEEGEET
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11 Jun 2017
“Very interesting”
14 Dec 2017
“Desert power”
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Talakad | Near Shivanasamundram, Mandya, India
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Reviewed 14 December 2017

With the already growing disappointment on the piping hot desert land of Talakadu, when we were scrambling to find a sanctuary, this olden temple premise was spotted. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the owner of fundamental elements, it felt quite powerfully shining in hot sands...

Thank tan32016
Reviewed 11 June 2017

This is a very interesting place with great history and offers great views and has great architecture.A must visit place.

Thank DEEGEET
Reviewed 16 December 2016

Panchavati temples at the sand covered talakad is great to behold. We walk around with our feet deeply buried in the dry sands of cauvery. Some of the temples are excavated from the sand and renovated. Vaideswara temple is an architectural wonder especially the rings...More

Thank mahalakshmii2016
Reviewed 29 December 2015

The desert town near Mysore known as ‘Talakad’ or ‘Talakadu’ is on the left bank of River Cauvery. It gives a magnificent look to see the vast sand on its banks spread over on large area. Every year sand hills would advance upon this town...More

Thank Profvns
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