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    Madhugiri – The temple of Bhagawan Mallinatha at Madhugiri is said to have been built in the year 1531 A.D. An inscription of the year A.D.1531 says that the land for the construction of the Mallinatha Swami temple was donated by Jayamma the wife of Govidanamayia. The idol of Bhagawan Mallinatha is being made of Panchaloha (5 metals). The temple built of stone has a Manasthambha in front of the temple.

    How to Reach – Madhugiri is situated at a distance of 43 kilometers to the north of Tumkur and 107 kms to the north west of Bangalore in Karnataka.

    Main Deity – Idol of Bhagawan Mallinatha in the kadgasana posture.

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