Located just 60 km from Bangalore, Shivgange / Shivaganga is a religious attraction for the elderly to middle ages, and is a viable spots for young people. Yes, this hill is an ideal place for those who want to climb mountain
It is about six km away from Dabaspet / Dabaspet in Bangalore-Pune National Highway, about 20 km from Tumkur town. It is a hill station and is famous for the Gangadhareshwara Temple.
At the beginning of the hill you can see the main temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The specialty here is that the ghee on the shivalinga is converted into butter. Also, the butter is also said to have medicinal propertiesSome say that there is a secret tunnel that connects it to Srirangapatna directly. But some believe that the tunnel connects the temple to the famous Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple, located at a distance of 55 km from here.
The hill can be climbing from the side of the temple and a little uphill gets a place called the Inner Thirtha. The inner sanctuary is available for 365 days of water. Then there will be a statue of Nandi on a high rock that climbs up the steep and steep hill. It’s an adventure job, circling .After this it is necessary to climb into the cramp space where it is difficult to walk. Then there will be the temple of Gangadharaswara. On the one hand, there is a small space on the other. For those with a fragile heart, it is definitely a head shot. Silver bells, especially on one of the most steep and tapered edges. It is natural to think that this should be constructed at high altitudes