Bagalkot is the another famous city of Karnataka, not just because it has beautiful places to visit around the whole city but also because it's in the topline priority of tourists and enthusiasts whom of historical importance matters the most. And being one of the most prominent and underprivileged places of the Southern India it excites most of the people for its magnificence and pleasing comfort.
Banashankari Amma temple
The Banashankari Amma Temple is a famous temple located in Cholachagudda near Badami in the Bagalkot district of Karnataka. This is a temple dedicated to Goddess Parvati, consort of Lord Shiva. The Banashankari Amma Temple was originally built by the Chalukya tribe in the 7th century. in remembrance of their family deity Goddess Banashankari
Kudara Sangama is an important pilgrimage centre for Lingayat. It is located about 15 kilometres from the Almatti Dam in the Bagalkot district of Karnataka. The Krishna and Malaprabha rivers meet here and flow east towards Srisailam (another of his pilgrimage destinations) in Andhra Pradesh. Aikyah Mantapa or Holy Samadhi of Basavanna is here with the lingam believed to be the originator of Lingayatism and a native (swayambhu). The Kudala Sangama Development Committee is responsible for maintenance and further development.