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Mekanagadde Homestay in Chikmagalur

Mekanagadde Homestay in Chikmagalur and Sakleshpur, where the marvellous Western Ghats run. Mekanagadde Homestay welcomes you to experience a through memorable holiday experience with us. We are flexible to plan specific packages on request. Give us a buzz here and we would love to hear from you.



Mekanagadde Homestay in Chikmagalur Coffee Plantation

Mekanagadde Homestay in Chikmagalur Coffee Plantation

Mekanagadde Homestay is nestled in the Western Ghats part of Chikmagalur and Sakleshpur. Homestay beautifully shares incredible three borders of Hassan, Chikmagalur and Mangalore. This homestay in Chikmagalur welcomes family, friends, corporate team members, nature lovers, scientists, photographers. The homestay provides spacious rooms and surroundings. Rainy season is heaven for us as well as the living creatures around. Flora and fauna here will surely attract all the peoples from around India. Mostly Bangalore crowds visit most. Tariff or the package rates of the homestay is very reasonable for all class of people. The hosts are very pleasant and their hospitality will be nice. Come and experience the local authentic life of Indian traditional family within coffee Plantation. The Malnad local cuisine is a added value to cook and share with the interested hosts. Mostly Bangalore crowds either family, friends or IT people come and enjoy or hospitality. They are also given heavy or long or light trekking inside the jungle to Ettina Bhuja peak, Devermane hills and also to sight seeing place of Pandavar gudda. The hill Jenkal is one of the beautiful trekking spot and is very difficult to climb is one of the favorite trekking spots of Karnataka. Many guests dream of climbing to Jenkal Hill. This trekking needs lot of physical and mental strength to make a successful climbing. Other than these activities guests can also paly in waterfalls near. Guests are taken to Coffee Plantation for a walk and to show the process of agriculture we do. They are allowed to play in irrigation pond in side coffee estate. This is one of the best homestay in Sakleshpur serving since 2006. Hence guests are repeated year on year for the hospitality and adventure tourism they get.

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Western Ghats - Mekanagadde Homestay

Western Ghats mountain ranges in Sakleshpur and Chikmagalur is tremendously beautiful for tourists and holiday planners. Mekanagadde Homestay, a Karnataka tourism approved homestay provides the best opportunity to spend your holidays and Weekend vacation here with mother nature.


Betta Bhairaveshwara Temple

Betta Bhairaveshwara Temple

Lord Bhairaveshwara Temple which is around 700 years old near Hanbal in Sakaleshpur.

Architectural Importance
This temple is situated at a very high altitude and inside you feel like being in an A/C room. The temple is situated in a very strategic position where it is surrounded by hills in all directions. Platform around the temple is constructed so that people can go around the temple. It is constructed with completely with stones including the tower and the crown (Kalasha). You can also see in the picture how rain water outlets have been provided at the roof of the temple. Towards the right are few plastic pipes which might have been provided recently, but towards the left you can see the stone-made rain water outlet.

Mythological Story of Lord Bhairava:
From Wiki:
Lord Bhairaveshwara is one of the forms of Lord Shiva.
The origin of Bhairava can be traced to the conversation between Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu recounted in "Shiv Maha-Purana" where Lord Vishnu asks Lord Brahma who is the supreme creator of the Universe. Arrogantly, Brahma tells Vishnu to worship him because he (Brahma) is the supreme creator. This angered Shiva who in reality is the creator of all. Shiva then incarnated in the form of Bhairava to punish Brahma. Bhairava beheaded one of Brahma's five heads and since then Brahma has only four heads. Cutting off Brahma's fifth head made him guilty of having slain brahma, and as a result, he was forced to carry around the head for years until he had been absolved of the sin.