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Kudala Sangama

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Calming,beautiful and holy place

We visited Kudala Sangameswar en route Bijapur from Badami.Apmle buses ply and once you near... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Deepa J
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Holy place where Shri Basaveshwar maharaj samadhi is build where two river union occurred, must see... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We visited Kudala Sangameswar en route Bijapur from Badami.Apmle buses ply and once you near Sangama , roads are really good.The roads are paved with huge trees which form natural canopy in the hot land of Bagalkot.We stayed overnight as we reached in the evening.There...More

Thank Deepa J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Holy place where Shri Basaveshwar maharaj samadhi is build where two river union occurred, must see place.

Thank Vinayu9
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Its really a feast for the tourists to watch the meeting of 3 rivers in one place so it is called as sangama.

Thank basu738
Reviewed 2 November 2016

kudalsangama is the place where river Krishna and Ghatprabha meet called Sangama.It is 15 kms away from Almatti dam.It has became a pilgrimage place for the people of lingyat religion as known for the samadhi of lord basaweshwara. Here is the temple of lord shiva...More

1  Thank GajParlikar
Reviewed 6 October 2016 via mobile

The place is called Sangama since river Krishna and Gathaprabha merge here. This is an awesome place. It is the place where lord Basaveshwara got moksha. The place is not over crowded. There is only one hotel to stay there. That might be a concern...More

Thank Tejas S
Reviewed 15 September 2016

If you are visiting historical place Bijapur and have 3-4 hours spare time, you can have short trip to this place which is about 60km from Bijapur. During Rainy season two rivers - krishna and malaprahba meet here. there is about 100ft wel kind of...More

Thank amit p
Reviewed 29 August 2016

Located in the middle of water where the 2 rivers meet, a bridge connects the temple & one has to use stairs to reach.

Thank Berzin M
Reviewed 30 May 2016

this is most historical place.famous rivers krishna and ghataprabha merge here and flow towards srisailam,15 km from almattidam.50 km from bakalkot

Thank rameshcri2001
Reviewed 19 May 2016

We visited this place in January with family. We stayed in Bijapur and booked a car for day trip to see Basavanna bagewadi(Birth place of Basavanna), Kudalasangama and Almatti. Kudalasangama is a beautiful village surrounded by green farm fields. Krishna and Malaprabha rivers join here(Thats...More

Thank pavankumarraju
Reviewed 22 February 2016

This is the place where basavanna took his last breath, and it is very precious place for entire mankind. It has been developed superbly and neatness need to maintain.

Thank Hemanth_84kh
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