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Mundargi is a municipal town in Gadag district in the Indian state of Karnataka. Mundargi is close to two district headquarters, being about 36 kilometres (22 mi) from Gadag and around 50 kilometres (31 mi) from Koppal.
The name 'Mundargi' came from the hill-station Mrudagiri, meaning 'Hill of Shiva'. The river Tungabhadra flows about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) from Mundargi, and provides water for the town.
Mundargi is home to the Shri Kanaka Narsimha Temple, an ancient temple of Lord Narsimha built by Rangarao Nadgauda in the early 18th Century. The ruins of the ancient Fort of Mundargi can also still be seen. In 1857, a war against the British was fought under the leadership of Bhimrao Nadgauda. A Jatra is held during Holi every year.
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