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Himad Gopalaswamy Betta
Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta ( alternatively Himavad Gopalswamy Betta) is one of those isolated yet accessible attractions in this part of Karnataka. The temple is located atop a hill popularly called Himavad Gopalaswamy Temple. This place is known for its scenic beauty,religious significance and also as a mini adventure flavored picnic spot.

The original temple is some 700 years old. The history of the origin is a bit hazy and there are a few conflicting views on who built the temple. It is generally attributed to the local king Chola Ballala of Terakanambi ( erstwhile Trikadambapura ). During those days the place was of significant political importance as it was located in the tristate border of three territories ruled by three dynasties – the Gangas of Talakkadu, Cheras ( kerala ) and the Kadambas.
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