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Namada chilume

Best time to visit in winter. Way to namada chilume is also awesome. Closed on Monday's, there is... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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This Perrenial and unique Water spring is about 65 KM meandering drive from Bangalore.An ideal... read more

Reviewed September 9, 2017
Suresh K
Bengaluru, India
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Best time to visit in winter. Way to namada chilume is also awesome. Closed on Monday's, there is no hotel in surroundings but for lunch, you can visit nearby Sri Bhoga Narasimhaswamy Temple

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nothing much to see, except the excellent road leading to the place. Full of greenery and trees all around the road. As this is covered under forest area. Cooking is not allowed. Better to carry your own food. There is a deer park, Beware of...More

1  Thank suvra s
Reviewed August 12, 2018 via mobile

A small forest amidst greenery. Lovely place to see deers and monkeys. Lots of medicinal plants around. A good learning place for the young ones. A real Driver's pleasure to drive from Bangalore 😀

Thank Saurav0601
Reviewed May 2, 2018 via mobile

This is also one of the tourist place in Tumkur. Here can see some of the interesting things. Here on the rock there is one holl here always water will be there. Interesting place for visit a parking facility and food service also available.

2  Thank naveena1992
Reviewed November 6, 2017

When you visit the place namadha chilume, you will see a board with kannada text it says that according to legends, Lord Rama during his vanavasa came to this place and he was looking for water around to put thilak on this forehead, he did...More

3  Thank upendragowda
Reviewed September 9, 2017

This Perrenial and unique Water spring is about 65 KM meandering drive from Bangalore.An ideal picnic spot to spend a half day with deer park, about 5 km from Devarayanadurga.There is a Medicinal plant Nursery around the same place, quite interesting and unique.Some products are...More

1  Thank Suresh K
Reviewed August 28, 2017

This place is located enroute to Devarayandurga from Tumkur. This is located in the Devarayandurga Reserve Forest area and maintained by the forest department. As per mythology when Rama, Sita and Laxmana where on exile they visited Devarayandurga. One day Rama wanted to apply kumkum...More

Thank Srini_Vaj
Reviewed August 16, 2017

This place is in the middle of the Devarayanadurga Reserve forest and the legend says that Lord Rama visited the place and made this water hole for getting water to put a tilak on his forehead. There is also a very good deer park in...More

Thank Sura2013
Reviewed June 9, 2017

1) ISKCON educational trip for its culture camp for children and parents 2) Great place for 1 day picnic and historical cum mythological significance. 3) Deer park, natural spring water are its wonderful attraction 4) Has small eat outs and refreshments 5) Bus, private vehicles...More

Thank Shankar B
Reviewed November 9, 2016

Namada Chilume is a natural spring that is both a popular tourist spot as well as a place of religious significance. Legend has it that Lord Rama, not finding water around, shot an arrow at a rock and split it. Immediately. water sprang forth from...More

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