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Kedareswara Temple, Hassan

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Religious Site
The Chennakeshava Temple, originally called Vijayanarayana Temple, was built on the banks of the Yagachi River in Belur, by the Hoysala King Vishnuvardhana. Belur, which was an early Hoysala capital, is in the Hassan district of Karnataka state, India. It is 40 km from Hassan city and 220 km from Bangalore. Chennakesava is a form of the Hindu god Vishnu. Belur is well known for its marvelous temples built during the rule of the Hoysala dynasty, making it and nearby Halebidu favored tourist destinations in Karnataka state. These temple complexes have been proposed to be listed under UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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  • There are lots of little temple buildings including a small well, a good place to visit when in the area.  more »
  • Both Belur and Halebidu carvings are worth an applaud. The architecture of these carvings may be synonymous, but it is worth taking up a guide.  more »
  • Great place to visit with family and friends... well maintained and well treated the tours people. If u are plan to kedareswara temple; plan on month on January due climate is good  more »
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  • Beautiful sculptures with a lot of history behind it. Attention to detail was very high. There are too many of them. Some were broken.
  • Such a serene calm motivating spiritual and cool place placed at an acheivable elevated heights. All age groups can climb up There are Pallaki Chairs for those in need of assistance.... Worth being there for who understands looking inward is more important...A spiritual realized thought
  • You will really loves the stone work. I can surely tell you once you visit the place you will eagerly wants to know how that stone was done. And another wonderful place which is near to this place is Halebidu
  • Amazing stone works... We had a nice guide Manjunath, paid 500Rs... He took us literally 600 to 900 years old with his imaginary explanation...
  • "Best and Tremendous Splendid Handwork of Human" once in a lifetime must visit place. No Entrance fees collected to enter the temple premises, vehicles can be parked at outside of the temple walls of all sides . Don't miss this historical place, take time and enjoy the sculptures one by one, Don't forget to hire a guide as it is very useful for this location. This temple is also an best works of Hoysala Empire.