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Gangavathi is located in the Koppal District of the state of Karnataka. This place is also called ‘Rice Bowl of Karnataka’ but is formally known as Neelavati. There are many religious centres and ancient forts in the region, which are liked by tourists. While planning their Gangavathi sightseeing trip, they must consider visiting the village of Anegundi. According to folklore, this is the place where Vijayanagara Kings used to keep their elephants. One can also find beautiful ancient palaces in this region. Rocky Mountains surround the region, and there are many old temples located in the vicinity of this place. According to mythology, this is the place where Hindu Lord Hanuman was born.
There are various things to do in Gangavathi such as visiting Kanakagiri. This place is located at a distance of about 21 km from Gangavathi. The place is renowned for its ancient temples, which were built by the Naiks of Kanakgiri. The most prominent temple out of all is the Kanakachatapathi Temple, which is an epitome of South Indian architecture. The black-polished stone statues of Rajas and Ranis, along with the wooden statues & plaster models of different mythological characters are the highlights of the region. A large number of devotees assemble in the temple during the famed annual fair, known as 'Jatra'. The festival is celebrated during the Hindu month Phalguna.
While on Gangavathi tour, travellers can also visit the beautifully constructed royal bath, which was built by Venkatappa Naik. Some of the other renowned places include Anjanadri Hill, Gagan Mahal, Gagan Mahal, Pampa Sarovara and Gavi Ranganata Temple.