The rugged and rocky Parasgod Fort is about 90 km from Belgaum and is perched atop a hill. Dating back to the 10th century, it was built by the rulers of the Ratta dynasty (875-1250 CE). From the fort, tourists can take a descent of several hundred steps and reach the Yadravi village, which is noted for a natural spring that has a water tank named Ramatheertha and a cave that houses the statues of various Hindu deities and mythological figures like Lord Rama, Goddess Sita, Lord Parashurama and a shivling with Nandi (bull god). The Bharamappa Temple in the village has an inscription that suggests that Yadravi was earlier known as Elarame. Tourists can also visit a shrine dedicated to Lord Maruthi near the fort.

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