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Private Tour: Ancient Temples of Belur, Halebid, Shravanabelagola from Bangalore
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2 weeks ago
“Rich architecture”
3 weeks ago
“Halebid Visit after Belur Visit, Very impressive temple”
Halebid, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Belur and Halebidu temples are architectural and sculptural marvel. The carvings done on the walls of the temple are stunning. These carvings goes on to show how rich our culture and heritage are.

Thank Surojit G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The review captures the temple complex which has such a nice hoysala architecture, which is so unique and amazing it has to be seen and experienced to believe the amazing knowledge held by Hoysala empire during that period. The delicate and very detailed carvings tells...More

Thank Vinigowda
Reviewed 17 April 2017

Those details in the carvings can't simply explained through words. Highly admirable, hiring a guide will be much useful. Belur temple, Halibedu and sri veeranarayana temple belavadi will be visited in a same trip.(They are located nearby only)

Thank vignesh d
Reviewed 17 April 2017

Awesome architecture and make sure that you hire a guide there (it costs 300 for 4 people) so that you get all those minute details.

Thank Ojas W
Reviewed 25 March 2017

Unfortunately many people have scribbled their names on the monument. Wish the entry fee could have been atleast Rs100/head to restrict a decent crowd from visiting the place, so that these monuments are maintained well. Please hire a guide if you want to understand the...More

Thank ud1981
Reviewed 24 March 2017

Almost 1000 years old Shiva temple right in the middle of the city. The fine, intricate, beautiful and well preserved temple will blow your mind, if you are a history and architecture lover. Spend at least 2 hours noticing each and every arch and statue,...More

Thank Pradnya K
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Halebidu was the 12th-13th century capital of the Hoysala empire. The Hoysaleshwara temple was built during this time by Ketamala (around 1121 AD) and attributed to King Vishnuvardhana, the Hoysala ruler. It is believed to have been completed around 1160 AD by Kedaroja, the chief...More

Reviewed 13 March 2017

Hoysaleswara temple is a temple of God Shiva. It was built by King Vishnuvardhana of the Hoysala Empire in the 12th century. The Hoysaleswara temple is a masterpiece, with finest carvings. Excellent example of the skills of Indian craftsmen.

Thank Anil N
Reviewed 10 March 2017

Intricate carvings, amazing sculptures, complex of temples. The carving of the bull is its signature symbol, but the entire complex, including the architectural museum/corner, is worth your time. This is the India that does not appear as often in the North India dominated tourist images....More

Thank Bp-in-MA-USA
Reviewed 9 March 2017

After visiting Kedareshwara Temple we drive to Hoysaleswara temple. It is just 2 km away from here and outside town. This is not much familier or know between locals so we have to make much inquiry. The temple is protected as a monument of national...More

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