Places to visit near by Bangalore within 60 km

Here is the Places to visit near by Bangalore within 60 km

1) Shivagange Hill

sivaganga

Shivagange is a devotional center located  Tumakuru road, around 50km from Bengaluru  ,the beautiful mountain is shaped as a shivalinga and a spring flows near locally called “Ganga”, so the mountain  automatically named Shivagange .

Shivagange is having various temples such as Sri Honnammadevi Temple, Gangadhareshwara temple, Olakal Teertha, Nandi Statue, PatalagangeSri Honnammadevi Temple is inside the cave. Sri Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple is also inside the cave.

Inside the cave temple their is small water cave devotes believe that if they are able take water from cave ,within small period of time lucky things happens in their life.

Nandi Hills

Nandi hills , the most popular bike ride  hill stations in Bangalore city,it is around 45km from Garden city. if you wana experience morning bike bangalore,no question set your GPS end to Nandi hills.Nobody can’t expalin the beauty of the stunning Sunrise above the clouds in the early morning.The morning breeze definitely touch every cell of your body.

 

 

 

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