Annamma Devi Temple

Sri Annamma Devi Temple in Majestic area was considered to be the guardian goddess of Bendakalooru in the times of Nadaprabhu Kempegowda. People from the Chickpet, Balepet and Thigalarapet also visit the Sri Dharmaraya Swamy Temple which is known for the world famous Bengaluru Karaga festival

Tirumale Ranganathaswamy Temple

The Ranganathaswamy temple is situated on a hill called Tirumale. There is a vast Prakara with a gateway having tall Rajagopura. The sanctum of the Ranganatha temple was first consecrated in early 12th century by the Chola ruler and the temple has undergone renovations and expansion since.

Dodda Basavanagudi

Dodda Basavana Gudi is situated in Bull Temple Road, Basavanagudi, area of South Bengaluru, part of the largest city of the Indian state of Karnataka. The Hindu temple is inside a park called Bugle Rock. The bull referred to is a sacred Hindu demi-god, known as Nandi; Nandi is a close devotee and attendant of Shiva.

Sri Someshwara Swamy Temple

Built for the god Shiva during the Chola period, this Hindu temple features carvings of deities.

Kote Venkataramana Swamy Temple

Kote Venkataramana Temple is a Hindu temple in Krishnarajendra Road, Bangalore, India dedicated to the god Venkateshwara. The temple was built in 1689 in Dravidian and Vijayanagara style by King Chikka Devaraja Wodeyar, then ruler of Mysore.

Four Watch Tower during the reign of Kempegowda

During that time, Kempe Gowda II also built watch towers in different corners of the city, which exist till date. The four main ones -at Halasuru, Mekhri Circle, Kempambudhi Lake and Lalbagh -were built to mark the "eventual" boundaries of Bengaluru.

Kempegowda Museum

Kempegowda Museum is a government museum located in the city of Bangalore, in the state of Karnataka, India. It was established in the year 2011 and is dedicated to Yelahanka chieftain Kempegowda who was the founder of Bangalore city. The museum is located on the first floor of Mayo Hall.

Dharmaraya Temple

Shri Dharmaraya Swamy Temple is one of the oldest and most famous Hindu temples of the city of Bangalore, in Karnataka, India

Kempasagara Lake

Nadaprabhu Hiriya Kempe Gowda, also known as Kempe Gowda was a chieftain under, Kempe Gowda I encouraged the construction of temples and lakes and planned residential layouts, or agraharams, around each temple.

Remnants of Kunigal Fort

Nadaprabhu Hiriya Kempe Gowda, also known as Kempe Gowda was a chieftain under the ... Kempe Gowda built a red fort with eight gates and a moat surrounding it. Inside the fort ... The inscription of 16th century in Kannada on the tomb proclaims that Hiriya Kempegowda had died at the spot while returning from Kunigal.

Someshwara Temple

Someshwara Temple is Shiva temple located at Tumkur, Karnataka. Significance. Devotees visit this temple to seek fulfillment of the following:- Knowledge

Temple and Fort of Huliyuru Durga

'Huliyurudurga/ Huliyurdurga', literally meaning 'the fortress of the tiger town' is located about 28 km from Magadi and 75 km from Bengaluru. Huliyurdurga is currently a hobli of Kunigal taluk in Tumkur district.

Temples of Huthridurga

Hutridurga, also known as Uttari Betta is a fortified hill in the south-east of Kunigal taluk, rising to 3708 feet above the sea level that is located 15km south-easterly to Kunigal, the Taluk centre. Hutridurga is situated about 65 km west of Bengaluru in the state of Karnataka, in Kunigal taluk, Tumakuru district.

Temples Of Hebburu

Hutridurga, also known as Uttari Betta is a fortified hill in the south-east of Kunigal taluk, rising to 3708 feet above the sea level that is located 15km south-easterly to Kunigal, the Taluk centre. Hutridurga is situated about 65 km west of Bengaluru in the state of Karnataka, in Kunigal taluk, Tumakuru district.

Gangadhareshwara Temple, Shivagange

Shivagange is a mountain peak with a height of 1300 meters and Hindu pilgrimage center, Sri Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple is also inside the cave. The area is a popular site for rock climbing in the Karnataka state.

Venugopalaswamy Temple, Devanahalli

The Venugopalaswamy Temple, dedicated to a form of the Hindu god Vishnu is located inside the Devanahalli Fort in the town of Devanahalli. It is a town in the Bangalore Rural district, Karnataka state, India and is located 35 kilometres to the north-east of Bangalore, the state capital

Fort and Kalyanis of Kempegowda’s Ancestors, Devanahalli

Devanahalli Fort is located 35 kilometers north of Bangalore city, at Devanahalli in the State of Karnataka, India. Chieftain Malla Byre Gowda of Avathi, a Vijayanagara empirevassal, built a mud fort in c. 1501 at Devanadoddi

Magadi Fort and Temples

In 1728, the Mysore army breached the weak fort of Magadi and the fortress of Savanadurga and Magadi fell into the hands of the Mysore kingdom.

Lake of Kempapura and Inscription

Ramanagara district was carved out of the erstwhile Bengaluru Rural district on 23 August 2007, comprising Ramanagara, Channapatna, Kanakapura and Magadi taluks.