Antaragange in Kolar is popular weekend getaway destination located at a distance of 70 Km from Bangalore.
The Antaragange is a series of rocky hills situated in the Shathashrunga mountain range. It is also called as Dakshina Kashi or Kashi of the south. The meaning of Antaragange in Kannada
language is 'Ganges from the deep'.
The Antaragange is famous for the water coming out of stone Bull (Nandi). There is a temple named Kashivishweshwara Temple in front of the pond. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The
pond gets continuous water flow from Nandi. No one knows the origin of the water and it is believed that the water (Ganga) is falling from head of Lord Shiva. Water is seen streaming out throughout
Visitors, who come here, carry this holy water in bottles because it is also believed that one can get rid of the diseases by drinking this holy water of Antaragange or putting it on the body
if still diseases persist despite all kinds of medical treatments.
There are several temples on the top of the hill which can be reached with the help of a steep narrow path which leads to the mountain top.
The hills of Antaragange provide an ideal location for Outbound Training and Excursions.
Tip: Antaragange in Kolar is over populated by wild monkeys. Do not carry food or eatables in front of Monkeys because it grabs anything from the visitors.
How to reach Antargange
There are many KSRTC buses ply to Kolar from Bangalore Bus Station (Kempe Gowda Bus Station). From Kolar it is just 4 Km and you can catch a auto rickshaw to reach Antaragange
If you are planning to visit Antaragange using your own vehicle or cabs, here's the route:
Bangalore - Hosakote - Kolar - Antaragange (70 Km)
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