Tourist Places in Mandya

Places to Visit in Mandya

Mandya - #56 of 101 in Karnataka |
Mandya Average Rating - 5.6/7 1 based on 106 Ratings

Mandya is mostly preferred by travellers from Bangalore, Mumbai. The go to destination for types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples, Mandya is, however, mostly preferred by Couple, Single. The best season or months to visit places in Mandya are July, August, September, October. There are 52 tourist places in Mandya, which can be explored by travellers. Local attractions can be visited at any time of the day, be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night, as suitable for travellers. Sightseeing in Mandya can be done by travellers, which will take half a day or one day, but to see all sightseeing places, travellers need to stay in Mandya for 2 days to 3 days.
Travellers can also download's Mandya Travel Guide to learn about places to visit in Mandya, browse through photos & pictures, explore Mandya using a map, and read sightseeing reviews. Recently reviewed tourist attractions in Mandya, which are great places to visit, are Kunti Betta, Kokrebellur Pelicanry, Gumbaz, Kokkare Bellur, Tonnur Kere. Mandya can be visited in summer, monsoon or winter.

Mandya Tourist Places

  • Type: Fort
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Gumbaz, Mandya
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Gumbaz Fort, also known as the Tipu’s Fort, is located at Srirangapatna taluka. The fort has the Juma Mosque and the Ranganathaswamy temple within its complex. It is mainly the tombs of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan, constructed in Indo-Islamic architectural style. Read More »
Krishna Raja Sagara Dam and Brindavan Gardens, Mandya
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Krishna Raja Sagara Dam and Brindavan Gardens are located at a distance of around 12 km away from the town of Srirangapatna. The dam is constructed across the Kaveri River and measures around 130 ft in height with 152 sluice gates. The Brindavan Gardens lies on the terrace of... Read More »
  • Type: Lake
Tonnur Kere, Mandya
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"Good spot for Night Camp"Jan 27, 2016 "Its a nice place"Apr 24, 2015
Shivanasamudra Falls, Mandya
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Shivanasamudra Falls lies over the Kaveri River, in the Malavalli Taluka of the Mandya District. It has twin falls, namely the Barachukki Falls and the Gaganchukki Falls. Asia’s first Hydroelectric Power Project was set up here in 1901. It plunges down from a height of... Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Cheluvarayaswamy Temple, Mandya
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Cheluvarayaswamy temple, a 12th century Hoysala temple, is situated in Melkote. The temple is famous for Vairamudi Festival, celebrated in the months of March and April. During this festival, the main deity is adorned with jewellery belonging to the former Maharaja of Mysore. Read More »
Kokkare Bellur, Mandya
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Kokkare Bellur, located at a distance of around 12 km from Maddur, is a small village popular for its bird sanctuary. The sanctuary is home for several colourful birds, including the grey-pelican that comes here from Australia. Other important migratory birds that can be seen... Read More »
Kuntibetta, Mandya
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Kuntibetta, a small hill station, comprises two hills, namely Kuntibetta and Bheemanabetta. This hill station is situated near Pandavapura town and is regarded as the place where Pandavas lived with their mother, during exile. Read More »
  • Type: Village
Kokrebellur Pelicanry, Mandya
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  • Type: Place of Worship
Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Mandya
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Sri Ranganathaswamy temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and has an idol of the lord in sleeping posture on the snake, Anantha. It is considered to be one of the largest temples in the state, constructed in Vijayanagar and Hoysala architectural styles. Read More »
  • Type: Palace
Tipu's Palace, Mandya
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Tipu’s Palace, also known as the Lal Mahal, is situated in Srirangapatna near the Sri Ranganathaswamy temple. This double storey ornate palace was built in 1791 and was used by Tipu Sultan as his summer retreat. After the death of Tipu Sultan, British used this palace as... Read More »
  • Type: Museum
Tipu Sultan Museum, Mandya
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Tipu Sultan Museum is an archaeological museum, established at Srirangapatna in 1959. It was constructed in the memory of Tipu Sultan and has a wide collection of historic items and personal belongings of Tipu Sultan. The museum is situated within the Daria Daulat Bagh, the... Read More »
  • Type: Historic Place
Ganjam, Mandya
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Ganjam has mortal remains of Tipu Sultan as well as his father Hyder Ali and his mother Fatima. This place has ebony doors laid with ivory and tiger stripes on the walls. Read More »
  • Type: Sanctuary
Melkote Temple Wildlife Sanctuary, Mandya
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Melkote Temple Wildlife Sanctuary is a protective area for wolves in the Melkote Village. There are two blocks in this sanctuary, the Mudibetta and the Narayandurga. It has a dense cover of deciduous forest and is home to several animals like jungle cat, Indian fox, spotted... Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Yoga Narasimhaswamy Temple, Mandya
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Yoga Narasimhaswamy temple lies on the outskirts of Melkote and is devoted to Lord Yoga Narasimhaswamy. The entire temple has been constructed on the Yadugiri rock and is famous for the Narasimha Jayanthi Festival.  Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Shimsha, Mandya
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Shimsha Valley is the place where the Shimsha River merges into the Kaveri River. The valley is famous for waterfalls and dense forests and can be reached from the main Maddur-Malavalli-Kollegal Road.  Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Kaveri Fishing Camp, Mandya
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Kaveri Fishing Camp, also known as the Bheemeshwari Fishing and Nature Camp, is situated in the Bheemeshwari town. Owing to the presence of ample of mahseer fish, this place is ideal for tourists interested in fishing and angling. There are around eight log huts and nine... Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Basaralu Temple, Mandya
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Basaralu temple in the Basaralu Village is devoted to the Lord Mallikarjuna. It was constructed during the 13th century by Harihara Dannayaka, during the time of Hoysala King Narasimha II. This temple has a Lord Shiva idol, with sixteen arms, dancing on the head of demon... Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Hemagiri, Mandya
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Hemagiri, situated 6 km away from K. R. Petay town on the banks of the Hemavati River, is mainly an anicut(dam) that provides water for irrigation purposes. It has a continuous strip of foliage, constructed at the foot of a hill near the Hemavati River. This site is used for... Read More »
  • Type: Monument
Satyagraha Soudha Shivpura, Mandya
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Satyagraha Soudha Shivpura is an old monument that marks the freedom struggle at Maddur town. It lies on the Bangalore-Mysore Highway and has a small garden with a musical fountain. Read More »
  • Type: Lake
Tannur Lake, Mandya
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Tannur Lake, also known as the Moti Talab, is situated in the Pandavapura Taluka on a hilltop. It is believed that the lake was created during the 12th century by the Hoysala Kings. The lake was named as the Moti Talab in 1746 by Nasir Jung, son of the then Subedar of Deccan. Read More »

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