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Hoysaleswara Temple

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The temple has a nice greenery maintained around. Loaded with finest pieces of stone carvings depicting various poses. Has a museum of the old ruins. Cool and dark interior add to the charm.

Thank Neetu N
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

govt has to improve the ambiance and other amusements near by so the tourist find it more intersting

Thank dharshithkai
Reviewed 20 August 2017

Masterpieces on outer walls of Hoyasaleswara Temple at Halebidu 1.Arjuna with bow & arrow in "Draupadi Swayamra" 2.Lord Krishna lifting Govardhana Hill. Deep observation of the temple reveals many more gems of Indian historic Art. In the era of smart cities cultural cities are equally...More

Thank Navjot S
Reviewed 16 August 2017

Beautiful carvings on walls - scenes from Ramayana, Mahabharata, Purans etc.. What to expect - 1. Living temple but less commericialized than Belur Chennakeshva temple. 2. Well maintain garden, open green space and a small museum. 3. Haggling vendors at premise entry. 4. Car parking...More

Thank Ravi S
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

I would rate this one of the Top 3 things to see if you are in Hassan. This is just 30 kms away, in Halebeedu. Stunning and intricate carvings on rock depict Hoysala period culture/ tradition/ religion and warfare. The temple was completed in early...More

Thank Ravi K
Reviewed 28 July 2017

One of the twin temple residing inside the same Temple sanctorium, this is a Shaivait temple made by Hoysala king, sitting beside Shantaleswara Temple named after King and queen of Hoysala empire.

Thank Diptendu B
Reviewed 26 July 2017

I was awestruck by sheer imagination and carving details on the temple structure. We hired the ASI guide in temple and who gave us a very detailed information on history and background of the temple. If you have time to visit nearby areas, this temple...More

Thank Nauni
Reviewed 1 July 2017 via mobile

Hotel was good with specious rooms big lawn and a jhulaa ofcource. Big spacious rooms with friendly, smiling staff.Tourist attractions are all situated nearby. Experience was overall Great !

Thank Sirjon
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Its hard to describe in words the feelings that you feel when you realize that this temple was built hundreds of years ago. It just goes to show how rich and vibrant our culture is, that these temples were built and continue to inspire awe,...More

Thank KaranPais
Reviewed 6 June 2017

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
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