Amurtapura is a village in the Chikmagalur district of Karnataka, India. Located 110 km from Hassan and 50 km from Shimoga on State Highway 206, Amartapura is known for the Amruteshwar Temple. The temple was built in 1196 AD. Under Hoysala King Veera Bharala II, by Amrutheshwara Dandanayaka.
Shri Amruteshwar temple
The main legend is lord shiva whose shivling, believed to be 300 years old, was brought from the banks of river Kandikevale flowing in Nepal . This mean to be representative of Hosalya's glorious craftsmanship, built by Amrutheshwara Dandanayaka, commander during the rule of Veera Ballala II
Tarikere Sri Subramanya Temple
Situated in a small village of Subramanya in K Sullia Taluk, Near Mangalore, Dakshina Kannada District of Karnataka State, India. This temple is one of the ancient pilgrimage places of India. Here Lord Subrahmanya is worshipped as the lord of all serpents. It is mentioned in the epics that the divine serpent Vasuki and other serpents feel protection under Lord Subrahmanya when they are feared by Garuda.