Tala kaveri

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Talakaveri is the Birth Place of River Kaveri. Located in the Brahmagiri hill near Bhagamandala, which is one of the 7 sacred rivers of Sapta Sindhus of the Hindu scriptures, ti is around 1,276 m above sea level. Talakaveri is about 8 km away from Bhagamandala and 48 km from Madikeri.

Sri Kukke Subramanya Temple

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The temple is set in a scenic spot which is still relatively not spoilt. A river runs in front of the temple, while in the background there is a beautiful mountain. Pilgrims have to cross this river, the Kumaradhara River, to reach the temple.

Golden Temple

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The Golden temple or the Tibetan Monastery as locally called is located around 6 kms from Kushalnagar town towards Mysore. This Tibetan settlement at Bailkoppa or Baylkuppe is the the second largest Tibetan settlement outside Tibet. There are over 7,000 monks and students at the Tibetan monastery.
Bylakuppe is home to two of the many Tibetan settlements in India, established by Lugsum Samdupling (in 1961) and Dickyi Larsoe (in 1969). It is located to the west of the Mysore district in the Indian state of Karnataka. The twin town Kushalanagara is about 6 kilometers from Bylakuppe. It has many Buddhist universities for advanced Buddhist practices.

Main attractions

Payaswini and Kumaradhara are the two major rivers of Sullia.
Kumara Parvata mountain is one of the famous trekking paradises situated near Sri Kukke Subrahmanya Temple.
"Koli Kamale" is a famous trekking place in peraje, Kodagu district (7 km from sullia)
Abbey Falls is 10 kilometres from Madikeri (50 kilometres from Sullia).
Sri Kukke Subramanya Temple, situated in Subramanya (village), around 44 kilometres from Sullia, is a famous pilgrimage location.
Sri Mallikarjuna Temple, situated in Thodikana, around 15 km from Sullia, is a famous pilgrimage location and also a famous tourist destination.

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