Mahakuta

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History states Chalukya’s leader Mangalesha had constructed this multifarious temple.”Mangalesha inscription” is protected in Bijapur Musuem. In Mahakoota, including Mahakooteshwara, Mallikarjun, Sangameshwara, Papakanaashini there are around 18 temples.   Temples built are convergence of Shaiva and Dravidian style.

The Vishnu Pushkarani” (The Pond) is one of the main attractions in Mahakoota and taking holy bath gives pleasure.  This Pushkarani (pond) is constructed around 1400 years ago and it has not   dried   even in severe drought.  This water was used for agriculture purpose in the form of irrigation. For this reason, Mahakuta is known as “Dakshina Kashi”.   There is “Chikka Mahakoota” situated few meters away from the Mahakuta.

Mahakuta is fun spot for students, along with the fun they can learn by taking up study of Chalukya period’s   temples and its sculpture.

How To Reach Mahakoota 
Mahakoota can easily reached by road from Badami. Badami is having good connectivity,See here to know  How to reach Badami.
Distance From Badami To Mahakoota is around :    15 km


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Distance From Pattadkal To Mahakoota is around :    14 km
Distance From Aihole To Mahakoota is around :    25 km
Distance From Bagalkot To Mahakoota is around :    44 km
Distance From Ilkal To Mahakoota is around :    49 km

Autos,tum tum and tangas run from Badami To Mahakoota.

You will get food (Prasadam) in the temple on the scheduled time.

Badami is a historical town located in Bagalkot District. Badami (Vatapi;ಬಾದಾಮಿ) was a capital of Chalukyas. BadamiOnline.com is a Information site on tourist and historical places like Badami, Banashankari,Aihole,Pattadakal, Mahakuta and Nearby Places.

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