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Chintamani is a town in the Chikkaballapura district in the state of Karnataka, India. It is located at a distance of 75 km north east of Bangalore and 25 km east of Chikballapur city.

The largest temple in the town is Varadanjeneya Temple. This temple is situated on the hill and as one cannot reach the top in a vehicle we have to trek the hill through the stony steps. Thus, it is a place which is peaceful and has immense scenic beauty as it is situated on the hill.

The Murugmulla Dargah of Fakhi Shah Wali about 8 km from Chintamani, draws tens of thousands of pilgrims from all over the country.

Kaiwara: This town is associated with the epic, Mahabharatha. Known as Ekchakrapura, this is where the pandavas lived in exile, incognito, Bhima, one of the pandava brothers is said to have killed the Demon Asura Bakasura, who was tormenting the people, legend has it that a nearby cave in the hill, contains the corpse of the demon, which supposedly drips blood during Shivaratri. There is a garden complex in kaivara, containing gardens and musical fountains. Also in the gardens are five cottages named after the pandavas and a mini Zoo with herbarium. The temples of Amaranarayana and Bhimeswara as well as the Yogi Narayana ashram are worth a visit.and gangamma tempel in gajanana circel.

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