Huligemma Temple snapshot
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The Huligemma temple is a 13th century temple devoted to Goddess Huligemma. There is an inscription in this temple that dates back to the 11th century which says that this place was gifted to Chaturvedi Bhatta by Vikramaditya VI, a Chalukya king. In front of the temple, there is a 25 ft high Dhwaja Sthamba, where an annual fair is organised.
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Beautiful temple with Dhwaja stambha in front situated on the bank of River Tungabhadra. One can take a dip in holy water of Tungabhadra. Huligemma temple attracts many people across the country. It is well-connected by Railways. Most of the express trains stop at this place. Temple is well-maintained. Since this temple attracts many villagers, it is not clean.
Be aware of your belongings. Even your footwears are not safe. Chain snatchers, pocket thieves are crowded in this place. Even two wheelers are not safe. If you are visiting this place on two wheeler, please carry wheel locks. Annual fair will be held in this temple usually in October. There are no good hotels to stay here. Hospet is 15 kms from this place where you can find many good hotels for stay.
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