What is famous Kudala Sangama?

What is famous Kudala Sangama?

Sangameshwara Temple
Kudala Sangama is also famed for its Chalukyan-style Sangameshwara Temple where it is believed that Basavanna had worshipped Lord Shiva here. Basavana Bagedwadi, 30km from Kudala Sang─ůma, is a well-known pilgrim centre and the birthplace of Basaveshwara.

Who is the Lord of Kudala Sangama?

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 and named Sangameshwara.

In which district is Kudala Sangama located?

Bagalkot district
Kudalasangama (also written as Kudala Sangama) in India is an important center of pilgrimage for Lingayats. It is located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from the Almatti Dam in Bagalkot district of Karnataka state.

Who built Kudala Sangama Temple?

The History And Formation Of Kudalasangama As per records, Sangamanatha Temple is said to have been built during the early 13th century under the reign of the Chalukyas.

How many rivers are there in Kudala Sangama?

Here it is the confluence of Krishna and Malaprabha rivers and flow east towards Srisailam, which is a popular religious important center in Andhra Pradesh. The word ‘Kudala’ indicates joining and ‘sangama’ means confluence of two rivers. Thus it is given the name as ‘Kudalasangama’.

Who built Kudalasangama Temple?

How many rivers are there in Kudalasangama?

Which river flows in Bagalkot?

The Ghataprabha River, Malaprabha River and Krishna River flow through the district. Kudalasangama lies at the point of confluence of the rivers Krishna and Malaprabha and is famous for being the samadhi of Basavanna.

Which river is confluence Kudalasangama?

Located about 15 km from the Almatti Dam in Bagalkot district of Karnataka,Kudalasangama is the place where the Krishna and Malaprabha rivers merge.

Which rivers confluence is at Kudalasangama?

Krishna and Malaprabha rivers
Located about 15 km from the Almatti Dam in Bagalkot district of Karnataka,Kudalasangama is the place where the Krishna and Malaprabha rivers merge.

How many rivers meet in Kudala Sangama?

It is located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from the Almatti Dam in Bagalkot district of Karnataka state. The Krishna and Malaprabha River rivers merge here and flow east towards Srisailam (another pilgrim center) Andhra Pradesh.

Who is the CEO of Bagalkot?

Shri. T Bhoobalan IAS
Chief Executive Officer

Name Email
Shri. T Bhoobalan IAS ceo[dot]zp[dot]karbgk[at]nic[dot]in

How many rivers meet in Kudalasangama?

Who is IAS officer of Bagalkot district?

Deputy Commissioner

Name Designation Address
Shri. P Sunilkumar IAS Deputy Commissioner District Administrative Building, Navanagar, Bagalkote 587103

Who is DC of Bagalkot?

K. Rajendra took charge as Deputy Commissioner of Bagalkot on Monday.

Who is No 1 dc in Karnataka?

Contact details of Deputy Commissioners

Sl.No District DC Name
1 BAGALKOT Captain Dr.K Rajendra
2 BANGALORE RURAL Shri K Srinivas
3 BANGALORE URBAN J MANJUNATH
4 BELAGAVI M.G.Hiemath

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