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A divine place to visit

The hill opposite to the Vindhyagiri hill, is another divine place to visit. This hill has many... read more

Reviewed 7 June 2018
Ankit J
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Raipur
Spectacular

It's quite a feat climbing up some 700 steps to reach the magnificent temple at the top - but worth... read more

Reviewed 7 April 2018
Brock53
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Vienna, Austria
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Reviewed 7 June 2018

The hill opposite to the Vindhyagiri hill, is another divine place to visit. This hill has many temples dedicated to the Jainism. Another interesting thing here is the view to the Vidhyagiri Hills from the top of the Chandragiri Hill. The height of this is...More

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Reviewed 7 April 2018

It's quite a feat climbing up some 700 steps to reach the magnificent temple at the top - but worth the effort. On the one hand for the view, on the other hand for admiring the beautiful stone carvings and the gigantic statue of king...More

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Reviewed 25 December 2017

It is located on the top of a hill just opposite Bahubali Idol Hill. The hill top has around 150 stairs to climb to.

1  Thank rjain2029
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

Its 140 km from bangalore .its near to vindyagiri.its smaller than vindyagiri .one ccan view from vidyagiri.

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Reviewed 10 June 2017

If not for Jainism, one must visit to see ancient sculptures, monuments, and cave to see historic Indian civilization, surrounded by beautiful ---> and I mean it, BEAUTiFUL view of greenery and town around. Speechless. (P.S.:I had visited somewhat in Monsoon - so plush greenery...More

Thank TanhaDiL
Reviewed 1 July 2016 via mobile

It's a must visit holy place in Karnataka,we stayed for one night,very close to Mysore,climbing time takes about 30 to 45 min.depanding upon your weight,after reaching on top one could realise the importance of this place.place is quite and really feel freshness after visiting.

1  Thank Pranjal S
Reviewed 23 May 2016

Climbing the majestic hill drains one physically, but the serenity on reaching the top and receiving the blessings of Bahubali is truly exhilarating. Those who are physically indisposed, can take the help of carriers who for a fee will carry you up. The imposing statue...More

2  Thank rdf24
Reviewed 18 May 2016

This status is a made of one single monolith and looks amazing you may have to climb some 500 steps to reach the place. Additionally you can pay money for people to carry you up on a Doli. Nice place for relaxing and for good...More

Thank girish v
Reviewed 22 April 2016

Well this is just opposite to the vindhyagiri hill. This place is pretty much quite and a small hill. But I am sure you will get an amazing view of the vindhyagiri hill from this place. Good for photographers. You will be surprised with some...More

1  Thank Vasuki0407
Reviewed 29 February 2016

Chandragiri temple is situated at the Chandragiri hills, Shravanabelagola which is 50 Kms away from Hassan. This is a Jain Basadi and you can find many more Basadis in the Chandragiri hills. Maurya emperor Chandragupta Maurya was one of the first rishis to live here...More

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