Bhagamandala is a pilgrimage place situated on the river Kaveri in Kodagu. At this place, the Kaveri is joined by two tributaries, the Kannike and the mythical Sujyoti river. It is considered sacred as a river confluence[Triveni Sangama]. There is a temple callled Bhagandeshwara temple.
Talakaveri is the source of the river Kaveri. It is located by Brahmagiri hill. The temple here is dedicated to Goddess Kaveriamma. On the first day of Tula Masa month, thousands of pilgrims flock to the river’s birthplace to witness the rise of the fountainhead, when water gushes up from the spring at a predetermined moment.
Madikeri is a hill station town in Kodagu.It is well connected to other cities by road. Being a hill station, it has many tourist spots which draw lot of nature loves all round the year.
This is a small square viewing spot like a mantapa in brick and mortar of four pillars bridged by arches, enhanced by beautiful surroundings. This spot was a favourite place of recreation for the Rajas and hence was permanently associated with them. It is built on a high level ground with a commanding view of the cliffs and valleys to the west.
Located at the heart of the Madikeri town, Omkareshwara temple has both Islamic and Gothic styles of architecture, built around a central pool. It is said king Lingarajendra killed an honest and pious Brahmin to fulfill his political ambitions. That Brahmin became a “Brahmarakshasa” and started troubling the king. In order to purify himself for the killing of a Brahmin, he was advised to construct a temple to Lord Shiva. He brought a Shivalinga from Kashi, and the temple was built and named “Omkareshwara”.