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Siva Temples In Karnataka
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At the holy confluence of Cauvery and Arkavati, there lies Sangama a little quiet town famous for an ancient Saiva temple called Sangameswara Devalaya. Its antiquity is its plus point. It is near Mekedatu, an ideal picnic spot attracting huge crowds at weekends and holidays. At Mekedathu the natural rocks on both of the river Cauvery are so closely formed that a goat can leap from one to another gracefully and easily without any fear of slipping into Cauvery. The entire environs with their exquisite colorful scenes lull the visitors filling their ears with the gurgling sounds of river flowing silently in tune with the , salubrious breeze flowing from the nearby hills as it were. On account the sumptuous feast the bounteous Nature serves, the Nature lovers, tourists throng this place. Among such joyous people, theists, whose souls hanker for spiritual solace, Sangameswar Devalaya offers a great devotional banquet. Being an old temple, it houses all the worshipful Saivate deities installed in befitting niches. Even fun loving youth and west-faced youth too visit and worship this Lord Siva- And He is conferring boons according to the merit of their involvement in the ritualistic worship.

It is 98 km off Bangalore on the Kanakapura road, accessible by four wheelers.

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