A Description Of Abbey Falls In India

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The other name of Abbey Falls is Abbi Falls. It is very near to Madikeri. Here water falls to the rocky valley. This Abbey falls were called as the Jessy waterfalls in the remembrance of the Madikeri's first chaplain's daughter. It is very famous picnic spot for the visitors. The winter season is the best time to visit this place.

AdiChunchanagiri
Mandya, Karnataka
This place Sri Adichunchanagiri is said to be one of the best and most divine places of Lord Shiva. We can observe two familiar and natural cave temples on the Chunchanagiri hill which is devoted to Siddeshvara and Someshvara respectively. It serves for both the purpose to visit, i.e. to have a view of thehistorical site and to enjoy the summer holidays.

Agumbe
Shivamogga, Karnataka
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Anegundi was once apart of Kishkindha, which was the kingdom of Vali and Sugriva of the Ramayana.The major attractions of the village are Huchappayana matha temple, Pampa Sarovar Laxmi Temple, Aramane, Kamal Mahal, Ranganatha templeand Nava Brindavana, Anegundi Fort, Srikrishnadevaraya samadhi, Ganesh Temple, seven Headed snake, Anjunadari,Tara Parvat, Anjaneya Parvat, Chintamani Lord Shiva Temple, Kishkindha Old Bridge

ANKALI MUTT
Chitradurga, Karnataka
Ankali Mutt or Pradeshappana Guhe is an august ancient monastery. The Panchalingeshwara cave Temple is located beside this place under extensive boulders. The entrance of the Cave comprises inscriptions which could be dated back to 1286 A.D. The five Shiva Lingas inside the cave temple are its major attractions. They have been marked as holy by the Pandavas

Ankola
Uttara kannada, Karnataka
Ankola derives its name from the Ankola trees that grow in abundance here. It is known as the 'Bardoli' of Karnataka because of the role it played in India's freedom movement. The Lakshminarayana Mahamaya temple, with its unique architecture, is worth a

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