Sacrespur is a wonderful hill station hidden in the West Garts, and is a resurrected aisle. This town is in greenery, open effectively, and is located in the Hassan area, not only cultivated here, but also a major coffee crop.
SAKLESHPUR is amazing, such as green, bird watching, accommodation, etc., so that you can get a budget homestay at Sacles Pur. Historical places have always attracted many visitors. Therefore, look at the three most prominent historic places that everyone should visit.
Bettada Bhairaveshwara Temple
This temple is at a high altitude, and I feel like I’m in the A/C room inside. The temple is in a very important position and is surrounded by hills in all directions. The platforms around the temple are developed with the goals that individuals can avoid the temple. It is completely developed with stones containing tower and crown (Karasha). Similarly, photos can find how rainwater was given at the top of the temple. For privileges, there are several plastic pipes that have recently been given, but you can see the stone rainwater exit to the left.
The Betada Bilaveswara temple, located in the West Garts, is located in a wonderful place surrounded by huge greenery. Natural enthusiasts discover peace and tranquility in this place. Varshika Abhisheka is held once a year a year in January.
Prasanna Rameshwara Temple, Devalunda
Believers visit believers from various regions in India. DEVARUNDA (The Habitation Gods), called Dakshina Kashi, is a complex of the temple that contains the existence of God.
Devalunda is another method called “Deval Ida Jaga” (the gods of the residence) brought to Kannada. This temple is thought to be over 500 years old. Here you can worship, take pictures, and thank the heavens in this place. The Plasanna Rameshwara Temple is a very old temple inside, and is renovated outside the building complex to maintain the outstandingness of heaven.
Sakares Wara Temple is an excellent depiction of craftsmanship and craftsmanship, a sign of Hoisara’s design. This temple is smaller than the standard Southern Indian temple. This temple, developed between advertisements in the 11th and 14th centuries, provides its name to the destination. The temple is from the era when the Hoisara Empire was at the top. Located at the entrance of the town, this temple is the remnant of the Hoisala Empire, which ruled the area between 11 and 2014 in the year.
The Sacreshwara Shiva temple on the shores of the Hemavati River has become outstanding in the most beautiful temples in India. This temple is worth visiting because individuals can find some of Sacrespur’s important attractions here. Here, the golden mask secures a shivaringa, the huge Civa idol on the temple sits down, and the simple access to the Hemavati is noteworthy.
If you are a great worshiper and have a big trend to visit a historic place, this trip is for you. Also, don’t forget to book an exquisite Sacles pull homestay that meets your requirements and comfort before visiting here.