Veeranarayaswamy Temple

Veeranarayana is a Hindu temple known to have been built around c.1117 by the Hoysala empire King Vishnuvardhana after his conversion to the Hinduism. Gadag city is the administrative headquarters of Gadag district in the state of Karnataka, India. The primary deity in temple is the Hindu god Narayana (also known as Vishnu). The Veeranarayana temple is a protected monument under the Karnataka state division of the Archaeological Survey of India.

Veeranarayana Temple

Veeranarayana Temple, Gadag

How to Reach :

By Air

The nearest airport to Gadag is the Hubli airport, located about 57 km away. The next one is the Sambre Airport at Belgaum, which is approximately 128 km away. However, you should keep in mind that there are no regular flights to Gadag from other major cities of the country.

By Train

This is a better option to arrive straight to Gadag. The Balganur, Kangihai and Gadag Junction Railway Stations all interconnect very well with other cities in the state. If you are from outside Karnataka, you should be able to find overnight trains to Gadag from Mumbai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, and Hyderabad.

By Road

If you want to travel to various places within Gadag, then your best option will be to take a bus. The region is a high traffic area. As such, you will have no problem in finding bus s that take you to any of the famous locations in the region. If you are traveling in a car, make sure you have the destinations mapped out. Since the interior locations may be sparsely populated, it can be quite troublesome if you have not done proper research and accurately pinpointed the route to the place you wish to visit.