Popular religious places in Belgaum

Here's a list of Popular religious places in Belgaum recommended by our experts:

Kamala Narayana Temple

Temple in Belgaum
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Kamala Narayana Temple is at Degaon (Degamve/Devgram) in Belgaum District, Karnataka.Degaon is 5 km from Kittur, 10 km from Halasi and 24 km from Bailhongal. ...

Ganesh Temple

Temple in Belgaum
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Ganesha is a widely worshipped deity in the Hindu pantheon.His image is found throughout India and Nepal. Hindu sects worship him regardless of ...

Yellamma Temple

Temple in Belgaum
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The Yellamma Devi Temple is located in Saundatti taluq, five kilometers away from Saundatti town. Saundatti itself is 70 km away from Belgaum city.

Kapileshwara Temple

Temple in Belgaum
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apileshwar Temple was formed in the year 1710 by Chanamlappa Shivalingappa Kittur, Shahapur. Inside there is Shiv Murti/shivalaya, Ganesha Temple, Guru Datt ...

Kalameshwar Temple

Temple in Belgaum
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Dedicated to God Kalmeshwar, a form of Shiv Shankar, this temple is located in Old Belgaum, a little away from the heart of the city, but attracts several ...

Laxmi Temple

Temple in Belgaum
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Laxmi Temple Images - The different fabulous images of Laxmi Temple floating across travel and tourism websites prompt many people to plan a trip. After all...

Military Mahadeva Temple

Temple in Belgaum
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Military Mahadev Temple Shiv Mandir: Laid on 18th Jan 1954 Opening Ceremony was held on 24th Jan 1955 by Lieut General S.M.Shrinagesh General Officer Commander ...

St. Mary's Church

Church in Belgaum
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St Mary's church it is oldest Anglican cathedrals in Belgaum. It was built in 1869.It is located in the cantonment area of Belgaum.

Safa Masjid

Mosque in Belgaum
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In 1686,the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb defeated the Bijapur sultanate and Belgaum came under his control.