The Best of Nandi Hills is not at the Top; it's at the Foot !

Soak in several centuries of history as we take you through an enchanting tour of the Bhoganandishwara Temple, dating from the 9th century; ponder while taking a poignant short trek through the 19th century abandoned Sultanpet British Cemetery nearby - and, reminisce about the development of our Railways at the nearly 100 year old Nandi Halt train station a short distance away.  And, there's yet more for those with the inclination - Sir M. Visvesvaraya's birthplace and museum at Muddenahalli, a few kilometers away.  

Straddling this scene, quite literally at various points on the walking trail, take in several snippets about the "Siege and Battle of Nundydroog" of October 1791, when the area was witness to a key engagement between the troops of Tipu Sultan and the British under The Earl Cornwallis during the 3rd Anglo-Mysore War.


Pickup point
Sri Bhoga Nandishwara Gudi, State Highway 74, Nandi, Karnataka, India View on Map