Badami Tourism


BADAMI TOURISM

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Badami is a small town located in Karnataka. It is known for rock sculpture and temple architecture. The town was originally known as Vatapi and was the seat of government of the Badami Chalukyas in the 6th century AD. The name Vatapi has its origins in a mythological tale of the Ramayana.





Badami is an interesting place to visit in Karnataka what with its artificial lake, ancient temples, Museum and Hindu and Jain caves carved in the Sandstone hills. The largest and most ornamental is the third cave temple dedicated to Vishnu.
 
Badami Hotels hotels are one of the best hotels in the India as well as abroad. We bring a list of hotels in Badami Hotels sure to give you something exciting to take the plunge into. We want to hear about your stay at city hotels around the city.
 
Shopping in Badami can really be a pleasurable experience.With dazzling shopping arcades and shopping malls strewn all around the state, Karnataka has become one of the shopping hubs in India. But the village shops in Badami are also wonderful as here you would get all the local items made of sandalwood. With its sparkling silks, sandalwood and rosewood carvings and exquisite handicrafts, Badami excels as the shoppers paradise.
 
The delicious and aromatic characteristics of the Badami recipes make the visitors fees homely. It will be a delightful experience for someone foodie. The hotels and restaurants of Badami serve fantastic delicious food for both the veg and non veg eaters. Sea food is very popular in the city. Crab curry and fish curry of Badami is appreciated by every visitor.
 
Badami, the capital of the Early Chalukyas, who ruled much of Karnataka in the 6th to 8th centuries, lies at the mouth of a ravine with rocky hills on either side and a town tank in which water from the ravine flows. The town is known for its ancient cave temples carved out of the sandstone hills above.
 
The helpline services offers help to those that call. khajuraho helpline services offer telephone support offering accces to information, advice or customer services. Tourist Information Centre, MPSTDC Tourist Bungalow, phone: 51.Government of India Tourist Office, near Western group,Police East: 25588566, City Railway Station: 22874544...
 
Karnataka is famous for its waterfalls; it is home to some of the more spectacular falls in India. The waterfalls of Karnataka and Kudremukh National park are listed as must-see places and among the Karnataka hosts a very large number of waterfalls and river basins; there are more than 100 waterfall and river backwater or river side based Tourism destinations in Karnataka. This blog post is an attempt to catalog them by location and capture key highlights of these falls.
 
The town of Badami is situated in the northern part of Karnataka. It was formerly known as Vatapi and was the capital of the Chalukya kingdom from the 6th to the 8th century ad.
 

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