23 October 2017
This historical town was once the Chalukyan capital (1064).It was the headquarters of what is now Hospet taluk which was then known as Kampli taluk.There is fort built by Palayagars of Bellary.
The Archaeological Museum features archaeologically significant artefacts and items. Positioned in a small hamlet of Kamalapuram inBellary, the gallery of the museum displays numerous ancient sculptures and scale-models of the city. These ruins and collection of sculptures were earlier housed at elephant stables by the British Officers. All the artefacts…
Malvi dam which is constructed in 1972 at a cost of Rs.412.00 lakh has capacity of 2 TMC.This dam covers 15 villages for irrigation purpose.The irrigation potentiality is 2965 hectares.
This village which is 32 kms away from Hadagali is famous for the beautiful image of Ananthashayana which is carved in black stone.
This village is famous for Black stone Chalukyan temple dedicated to Kalleswara .
Sandur is a taluk headquarters in Bellary district. It is in a valley surrounded by hills, and the hills abound in quality iron and manganese ore. Sandur is derived from 'sandu' in Kannada, meaning a 'pass'. It was formerly under the Maratha rulers called the Ghorpades till 1947 and the…

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