Hubli is also called as Hubbali located in Karnataka and one of the key producers of peanuts and cotton in India. It is one of the major tourist attractions in Karnataka. It is the land of temples which holds significant historical values. Chandramouleshwara temple is the center of attraction among all other temples of Hubli. This temple was believed to have been built during the period of Chlukyas and the origin is unknown. Bhavanishakar temple is another ancient temple, belongs to Chalukyas. Unkal Lake, Syed Fateh Shah Vali and Nrupatunga Hills are the other tourist attractions in Hubli.
Places to visit
It was built in 1646 AD under the patronage of Mohammad Ali Shah. It was served as a hall of justice. Women are not allowed inside this hall. Id Milad un Nabi is grandly celebrated here.
Sayed Fateh Shah Vali
This is the sacred shrine of great saint Sayed Fateh Shah Vali. School for girls is located inside the temple premises.
It is the living evidence of Dravidian style of architecture which belongs to 13th century. The classic stepped diamond shaped temple is an important religious center for Hindus.
It is a visual delight and afamous venue to host meetings, programs and exhibitions. The striking beauty of glass palace is resembles the one located in Lal Bagh, Bangalore.
Kittur Rani Chennama circle, Moorusaviramath and Idgah Maidan are other well-known spots in Hubli.
How to reach Hubli
Hubli has its own airport and well served by several domestic flights.
Hubli railhead is well established and well connected to all major Indian cities.
State and private transport buses are frequently connecting Hubli to all major cities of Karnataka.
In summer 23-30°C and in winter 18-26°C. Ideal time to visit Hubli is between October to May.