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Halebidu Temple

Halebid, India
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Super Architecture

Must visit and also the Jain temple behind the main temple. Its ancient but amazing. Best time to... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Its beautiful and it was super clean

Never seen a temple so clean from inside. Nicely maintained​. It was beautiful too with amazing... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
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This was the 12th-century capital of the Hoysalas.
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Halebid, India
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Must visit and also the Jain temple behind the main temple. Its ancient but amazing. Best time to visit in monsoon or winters.

Thank Vikramu20
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Never seen a temple so clean from inside. Nicely maintained​. It was beautiful too with amazing carvings all around. Worth a place to go. Parking fees at rs 50. No entrance fee.

Thank Priyadarshi_Sing
Reviewed 1 week ago

The guide tells us that this temple was a work in progress for 190 years and still was not completed. It's made out of a single sandstone piece which takes time to harden during which the sculptors work on it. The exteriors are well made...More

Thank kennethmdesouza
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stopped at Halebidu while going to mudigere. Roads are good but few Kms stretch is still under construction. Temples have very interesting and intricate carving. Simple marvelous. Must visit. Guided tours are good. I would love to visit again and spend more time.

Thank vanitavasudev
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Twin temple residing inside, This place is evoked name alongwith Belur as the signature architecture of Hoysala period in medievial Karnataka. The History and architecture buff will need to pay more than serious attention to understand it.

Thank Diptendu B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

While coming from Udupi trip we have visited this place and it was so relaxing after coming to halebidu that we got refreshed ourselves by seeing the amazing structure. it was so exiciting and every piece within the temple was worth to see and take...More

Thank anands469
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful place to visit in belur. Good architecture and well decorated garden. Perfect for family visit.

Thank snehabhattachary2017
Reviewed July 6, 2017

Coming to Halebidu within one hour of visiting magnificent Belur I was expecting it to be something of a disappointment. It was a completely opposite experience. Halebidu is every bit as good as Belur. Not an inch of surface is left without a sculpted figure...More

Thank mayday1942
Reviewed July 1, 2017

Bengaluru capital of Karnataka KSTDC -Badami house Anyone visiting bengaluru should enjoy the trip to belur halebidu and shravanabelagola. One leaves Badami house in the morning and returns at about 2200hours by luxury bus There Are very good guides available They charge 50/-rupees per head...More

Thank Eliyasingan S
Reviewed June 30, 2017 via mobile

Holy place to visit. And it's an old temple.. With nice sculptures.. Must visit.. Free Prasad am at temple

Thank Madhulakshmi
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December 25, 2015|
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Response from rligade | Reviewed this property |
Certainly yes at Halebidu and Belur temples.there are no restrictions there but in general pls respect Hindu traditions and do not consume alcohol or meat 🍖 and wear a descent attire for both males and females. Body shd b... More
May 12, 2015|
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Response from Balakrishnan V | Reviewed this property |
There is no leave days for this tourism place, could visit any day.
May 12, 2015|
Response from Zenmaster777 | Reviewed this property |
Open daily 6:30 AM - 9:00 PM