Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary Known for Venomous King Cobra Telemetry Reserch

Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary

Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Karnataka state, India. It is named after “Lord Someshwara”, the presiding deity at the famous “Someshwara temple”, located inside the sanctuary. This sanctuary is known for Venomous King Cobras. Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary. Image Courtesy – udupilive.in Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary is situated below the Agumbe range. Agumbe receives the maximum…

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Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary Safari

Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected Project Tiger reserve forest, near Chikkamagaluru town in Karnataka state, India. An Indian tiger at Bhadra wildlife Sanctuary. Situated at an altitude which varies from 615 meters (2,018 feet) to 1,875 meters (6,152 feet), this wildlife sanctuary is very popular for its day outings. Hebbe Giri, Mullayanagiri, Gangegiri and…

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Cubbon Park, Landscaping, Aquarium, Statue

Cubbon Park or Sri Chamarajendra Park as it is officially known, is a beautiful park spread over an area of 300 acres, in the heart of the Bengaluru city. Cubbon Park Cubbon Park was initially created in 1870 with an area of 100 acres. Later on, the park was extended to 1.2 square kilometers, spanning…

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Dharmasthala Manjunatha Temple

Dharmasthala Manjunatha Temple is a 800 year old famous temple on the banks of River Netravati at Dharmasthala, a temple town in Dakshina Kannada District, India. The temple is also known as Shri Kshetra Dharmasthala. Dharmasthala Manjunatha Temple Entrance. This temple is famous for its Hindu and Jain deities. Lord Shiva is the main deity…

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Gol Gumbaz, Largest Dome in India at Bijapur

Gol Gumbaz is the largest dome ever built in India. It is the mausoleum of Mohammed Adil Shah, famous Adil Shahi dynasty ruler. Gol Gumbaz is situated at Bijapur, in Karnataka state, India. Gol Gumbaz, Bijapur, Karnataka. This Tomb of Mohammed Adil Shah has the second largest dome in the world. The largest dome is…

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Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary ,Bheemeshwari River Rafting, Fishing

Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Chamarajanagar , Mandya and Ramanagar districts of Karnataka state, India. Cauvery River passes through this Wildlife sanctuary, which is spread over an area of 1,027.53 square kilometers. Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary Highly Endangered Species like Malabar giant squirrel and Grizzled giant squirrel are found in Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary. 280 species…

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Rato Monastery, Rato Dratsan, Mundgod Tibetan Monastery

Rato Monastery or Rato Dratsang is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery situated at Mundgod in Karnataka state, India. This Monastery or monastic university follows the Gelug or “Yellow Hat” tradition. Rato Monastery was a major Monastery in Tibet and was reestablished at Mundgod, a Tibetan Settlement in Karnataka after the Tibetan uprising in 1959. Tibetan monks…

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Mangalore,Port, St Aloysius Church,Gokarnatheshwara Temple

Mangalore is a port city on the Arabian Sea coast in Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka state, India. Majority of coffee and cashew exports from India is through the port here. St Aloysius Church, Mangalore St Aloysius Chapel (Church) built in 1884, is a Portuguese chapel situated at Lighthouse Hill in the heart of the city….

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