Mailar lingeshwara and grama devate temple, Kurtakoti

Distance: 15 km from gadag

Mailar lingeshwara and grama devate temple, Kurtakoti

Mailar lingeshwara and grama devate temple, Kurtakoti

Significance:

            Mailer lingeshwar and grama devate temples are considered as the deity of village. Mailer lingeswar temple is a built in stone with rectangular pillars on the 10ft height from the ground. Shiva linga is the deity in the garbha graham, the mantapa constructed with plane stone, it’s a two century old temple and renovated many times. Just away from mailer lingeshwar temple grama devate temple is there. It celebrates the fair or jatre once in century, the fair is coming in nearby years the temple is renovated with modern architecture. Surprisingly the statues worshipped in the garbha graham are made of wood. There are tree statues in the garbha graham. Two big statues are the goddess gramadevatas who are considered as sisters, in the centre many small statues are worshipped. In kurtkoti devotees can find a number of ancient and modern temple.  

How to reach:

Grama devata temple and mailer lingeshwara temple, kurtakoti.

Distance from state capital Bangalore to Kurtakoti is 385 km

Distance from Hubli to Kurtakoti is 50 km

Distance from district headquarter Gadag to Kurtakoti is 15km

Public and private vehicles are available from Gadag.

Nearby Railway station : Gadag, Hubballi

Nearby Airport : Hubballi, Banglore

Stay :

Nearby Hotel and resort Facility at Gadag and Hubballi.

Timings:

07.00AM – 06.00PM

      Entrance :

Open

 

Nearby attractions : kurtkoti, gadag, hombal, dambal, nargund, beldhadi, harti, kappatagudda, lakkundi, trikuteshwar temple, veer narayan temple gadag, horti, laxmeshwara, papanashi, Rona, sudi, kotamuchagi, gajendragad, basaveshwar statue, sankeshwar, itagi, kuknoor, Ahihole, badami, pattadakal, gudur. 

 

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