Located at the meeting point of River Krishna and River Malaprabha, Kudala Sangama is an important pilgrimage site for the people of the Lingayat sect of Hindus, popularly known as Shaivites, as it is the resting place of Basavanna, the founder of the Lingayat sect. The holy samadhi of Basavanna, known as Aikya Mantapa is visited by pilgrims throughout the year. The town is also noted for its ancient temples and other religious sites. Built in the 13th century by the Chalukyas, Sangamanatha Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva but one can also find idols of other Hindu gods and goddesses housed in the temple. Kudala Sangama must be visited for its pristine and tranquil vibes that provide the perfect atmosphere to relax one's mind, body and soul.

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