Chaudadanapura:The ancient village of Chaudadanapura is located in Ranebennur taluk of Haveri District. The ancient name of the village was Shivapura and the name Chaudadanapura was given to it in subsequent centuries.
Ranibennur:This place is famous for the Siddheshwara temple found here. The tomb of a Muslim Saint, Hazrat jamal Shah (1785) is also famous here. Annual Prayers are held in his honour.
Byadagi located 15 km from Haveri District, is the taluk headquarters of Byadagi taluk. This place is famed for the Byadagi chillies. The Tungabhadra River 38 km away from Byadagi, is the main source of water supply.
Siddhesvara Temple: The Siddhesvara Temple is located in the town of Haveri in Haveri district and is considered as an ornate example of 12th century Western Chalukyan art. This is one of the rare temples of Haveri District that is well known for the loose sculptures of Hindu deities that exist. However, inscriptional evidence suggests that the initial sanctification of the temple was in late 11th century.This temple features delicately carved marvelous pillars and the ceiling is ornate with floral designs. The exterior walls are beautifully carved.
Byadgi:Inscriptions about the Rashtrakuta King Krishna ll (901 AD) were found here. This place is well known for the special varity of chillies found here known as Byadgi chillies.
Kaginelli is a small sleepy village which lures the visitors by its panoramic landscape and lush greenery. This serene village lies nine miles west of Haveri on the way to Hirekerur.
Ramalingeshwar Temple is located at Yalavatti Village, which is 16 km from Hangal, in Haveri District.A 72-feet long and 54-feet broad temple, built in 9th century, it has a five feet tall Shivling, an idol of Basavanna and Shakti.
Rattihalli:Groves of trees, hillocks and rivers make this place attractive. Rattihalli, adjacent to the Western Ghats, has a population of more than a thirteen thousand people. This serene village is popular from the epoch of Banvasi Kadambas and Rashtrakoota emperors.
Mylara Lingeshwara Temple at Mylara:Mylara (Mailara) Lingeshwara Temple at Mylara in in the extreme south-western corner of Hadagali taluk, Bellary District, North Karnataka, India. Situated 2 km from Tungabhadra river and 40 km from Hadagali. Mylara Lingeshwara is one of the forms of Shiva. The temple is dedicated to Shiva in his form as Mailari.
Savanur:This town was developed by Abdul Raufkhan. The Nawab's palace, ruins of the fort and mosque are well worth a visit. The annual fair of Sathyabodhasvami Mutt attracts a huge crowd.
Galaganatha is a small village located in Haveri District of Karnataka. It is renowned as the birthplace of the first Kannada novelist, Galaganatha. It is recorded in numerous inscriptions that Galaganatha was formerly known as Palluni.
Aratala is a small village situated at Shiggon Taluk in Haveri District of Karnataka. This village is renowned for an ancient Jain temple called the Aratala Jain Temple
Someshwar at Haralahalli and Jain Basadi at Yalavatti are some of the reputed temples of Haveri District. The temples of Haveri District are located all across the district, thus making it a destination for the tourists in the state.
Ranebennur Blackbuck Sanctuary:Located 8 km from Ranebennur in Haveri District, the Ranebennur Blackbuck Sanctuary was created with view to protect the black buck.The area is covered mainly by scrub forest and is also inhabited by the endangered Great Indian bustard and the wolf. Other mammals include wild pig, fox, jackal, langur, porcupine, common mongoose, hare, pangolin and hyenas. Avifauna population in the sanctuary includes peafowl, sirkeer cuckoo, large grey babbler, bay backed shrike and black drongo.
Hallur is located in Haveri District of Karnataka. It is about 50 km south of Haveri and is 37 km from Davangere.
Gangibavi:This picturesque village attracts a lot of devotees from most parts of north Karnataka during Makara Sankranthi. The devotees take bath in the small pond near the Rameshwara temple. It is believed that the River Ganges flows into this pond during Sankranthi and taking bath in the waters will rid them of all sins.
Haveri District had the potential to become a Tourism Hub
- Hukkeri Math Haveri
- Tarakeshwar at Hanagal
- Nagareshwar at Bankapura
- Mukteshwara temple at Chaudayyadanapura
- Galageshwara Temple at Galaganatha
- Kadambeshwar temple at Rattihalli
- Someshwar at Haralahalli
- Jain Basadi at Yalavatti
- Temples at Kaginele (Kanakadasa)
- Hole-Anveri Temple
- Kadaramandalagi Anjaneyaswami Temple
- Mylara Lingeshwara Temple at Mylara near Guttala
- Mallari Temple at Gudda Guddaapura near Ranebennur
Temples at Kaginele
- Kaginele Mahasamsthana Kanaka Gurupeetha
- Adikeshava Temple
- Virabhadra Temple
- Someshwara Temple
- Sangameshwara Temple
- Kalahasteshwara Temple
- Narasimha Temple
- Lakshmi Temple