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Hill Station in Nandi Hills

Nandi Hills - Nandidrug and Nandydroog OR The Hill of Happiness OR Nandi temple

This hill station is situated 1,478 meter above sea level and is 65 km from Bangalore. This hill station derived its name from the ancient Nandi or bull which is meant to be the mount of Lord Shiva. Later on ruler Tipu Sultan make this hill station as a summer retreat but after some time it was patronized by the British This hill is source of the rivers Arkavati, Palar, Pennar and rolling green slopes surround the Amrit Sarovar Lake, all this make this place a popular weekend destination.

Prime Attractions of Nandi Hills

Bangalore Palace : This palace was built in 1887 AD by Chamaraja Wodeyar in Tudor Style inspired by the Windsor Castle.

Bheemeshwari Wildlife Sanctuary : this is an ideal place not only for wildlife but also for people on a holiday spree.

Bull Temple : This temple is situated in Bangalore the 4.57 m high and 6.10m long image of Nandi, Lord Shiva's bull.

Cubbon Park : This is located in the heart of Bangalore city in front of Vidhana Soudha that stretches over an area of about 300 acres.

Janapada Loka : This is 53 kms from Bangalore registered as a public charitable trust in 1979, established for the preservation and promotion of folk arts.

Lal Bagh Gardens : This is 240 acres park in the southern suburbs of Bangalore.

Shree Gavi Gangadeshwara Temple : This temple is near to Bangalore and a natural mouthlith carved cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

General Information

Location : 60 kms north of Bangalore, Karnataka.
Altitude : 1478 m above Sea Level.
Best Time to Visit: Throughout the Year.
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