Banashankari Amma Temple
Banshankari Amma temple or simply, Banshankari temple is a popular religious destination for the Kannadigas and a few people from the neighbouring Maharashtra. It also goes by the name of Vanashankari since it is located in the Tilakaaranya forest in Cholachagudd near Badami in Bagalkote district. The temple deity is also called Shakhambari, an incarnation of Parvati. ...More
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