Updated On March 19, 2022 at 1:00 PM
Type: Sight Seeing, Trekking
Distance: 52 Kms from Chikmagalur
At a distance of 5 km from Gutti,
22 km from Mudigere,
52 km from Chikmagalur,
and 57 km from Sakleshpur
Devaramane is a grand town in Mudigere Taluk of Chikkamagaluru region in the territory of Karnataka, India. It is one of the entrancing strange traveling places in Karnataka and among the should remember places for Chikmagalur Tour Packages.
Devaramane town is eminent for its Kalabhairaveshwara sanctuary. Arranged on a slope, this little decent sanctuary resembles a seriously old sanctuary and is very much kept up with. The term 'Devaramane' generally means the 'Residence of God' and the quiet serenity that wins here suitably fulfills that classification. There is a lake before the sanctuary and a slope posterior. The course prompting the sanctuary gives us the hypnotizing perspective on the slopes around and the street is in great condition. Around 200 m from the sanctuary, there is a perspective called Devaramane perspective that offers a few all encompassing perspectives on the lavish green environmental factors, sputtering streams, and sparkling lakes.
Devaramane offers various varieties that make it an ideal journeying spot for the two novices and no-nonsense travelers. There are a few hillocks to climb, the Ettinabujha-Bulls Hump-back, otherwise called Shishila Gudda, overshadows the other tops nearby. From a stature of 3000 ft, the thunder of the stream streaming underneath can be heard. The popular Kapila fishing camp is found almost 15 km from Devaramane.
Chikmagalur is perhaps the most well known spots where vacationer go for traveling in the Western Ghats. Devaramane betta is a moderate grade of trouble as the territory begins with a progressive slope however before long gets more extreme as you get further. Devaramane is comprised of various valley of slopes so with grade and decline one can encounter grand marvels around and best for adventurers to make their own way.
By Road Koppa is the Nearest Town to Devaramane. Koppa is 12 km from Devaramane. Road connectivity is there from Koppa to Devaramane.
By Rail There is no railway station near to Devaramane in less than 10 km.
The hamlet of Chikamagalauru has a very chilled environment as it has the ghat section surrounding it. The culture and tradition is 50 % as same as Mangalore and western ghats. The journey from the capital city to Devaramane is the lane that has breathtaking views, the clutch of the ecosphere, the mysterious song of the birds and the creepy noises of the insects. More coffee and tea estates can be seen around the stretch to Davaramane betta and the best-flavoured coffee and tea are got here. If you want the pure original flavour and taste of the beverages you need to visit this place.
The top viewpoint of the Devaramane hills is the glorious view of the scenery. There are many small and big hillocks to be discovered near this place, the special Etiina Bhuja ( bull back hump ) this can be even viewed by the top of the Devanamae hill. The small streams of water of the shola dropped valley gushing through the green covered rocks, rushing sounds of the water stream is mesmerising. The well-known fishing camp Kapila is located at a distance of 15 kilometres from the hill. The other two show-stealers of Devaramane are the Mularahalli and Gutti. Leading the life of a village gives more peace to mind as well as strengthens one’s self-assurance. A few days spent at that original environment and culture of our country helps in enhancing the life expectations and enjoyment.
The main feature of Devaramane is the 800 years old temple of Kalabhairaveshwara. The punch lingas are the home town god of Devaramane. The early morning prayers, the aura of positivity all around. Cleans the negativity in one’s mind. The mantras chanted here to give a sensation of the electric flow of energy within the body. The smell of the sandalwood and the varieties of the flowers gives the divine feeling
The unusual fact of this Devaramane hills is that the total responsibility of this nature’s creation is taken by the trustees of the Kalbhairsveshwara temple. As seen at many other places there is no such entry fee to visit this natural beauty. The people of the temple are taking tremendous new steps to enhance the beauty of this place.
There are many such places to enjoy in our state but many have become crowded and regular places to visit, many have turned to be the chill places for the youngsters which have turned situations bad at recent times but this newly recognised place has got more of nature’s charm than the noises of people. Planning this place as a new holidays place would be the best way to celebrate the freedom of lockdown. We have faced the anger of nature by experiences the effects of this pandemic disease, lets feel the love of nature by contenting ourself with the grace of nature. Let's love ourselves by reaching the eternal beauty hidden inside our country