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Yana is a village in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka, India that is known for the unusual rock formations in its vicinity. It is located in the Sahyadri mountain range of the Western Ghats, 40 kilometres (25 mi) from Sirsi, Uttara Kannada. The two unique rock outcrops near the village are a tourist attraction and a place for trekking, approachable by just 5 minutes walk.

Yana is famous for these two massive rock outcrops known as the Bhairaveshwara Shikhara and the Mohini Shikhara ("Shikhara" means "hill"). The huge rocks are composed of solid black, crystalline limestone. Bhairaveshwara Shikhara is 120 metres (390 ft) in height, while the Mohini Shikhara, which is smaller, is 90 metres (300 ft) in height.

Distance From Sirsi: 40 Kms
Well known for : Trekking, dense forest, various natural treasures


Sahasralinga is a pilgrim place ideal for a picnic where you can observe hundreds of Shiva Lingas, carved on the rocks in the river ‘Shalmala’. Since the number of such carvings is uncountable, the place gets the name Sahasra Linga (Thousands of Lingas). Every year on the day of 'Shivaratri' hundreds of people visit this place to worship Lord Shiva. When the water level is not high enough you can actually see all those carvings. Best time would winter and early summer.

Distance From Sirsi: 17 Kms
Well known for : Trekking, dense forest


Magod Falls, is made by Bedti river jumping in to a depth of 650 ft. The fall can be watched from a view point which is at quite distance or you can choose to reach the bottom of the fall. There are two more places nearby this fall. "Kavadi Kere" which covers around 60 acres of land and "Jenukallu Gudda". It offers break taking view of valley covered with forests and majestically flowing River Bedti. The view point is atop a sheer cliff of 450 mtrs high. This is an awesome place for a beautiful sunset.

Distance From Sirsi: 60 Kms
Well known for : Dense Forest, Beautiful Waterfall, Trekking, Sunset point


Jog Falls, Gerosoppa Falls or Joga Falls is the 2nd highest waterfall in India located near Sagara taluk, Shimoga district in the state of Karnataka. It is a segmented waterfall which, depending on rain and season, becomes a plunge waterfall.

Explore the mesmerizing nature of forest and waterfalls only at one place in Jog Falls. The major attraction of Jog Falls is that it doesn't stream down from the rocks in a stepwise manner like most of the waterfalls. By contrast, the falls cascade down like a thunderstorm sloping with losing contact with the rocks making Jog Falls untiered and highest waterfalls in the country. From all over the world, people visits Jog Falls to see its majestic view. From Watkins viewpoint, one can have a breathtaking view of this misty waterfalls and take a glimpse of Sharavathi Valley covered with luxuriant greenery.

Jog region experiences tropical climatic condition all throughout the year. Monsoon season is the best time to visit Jo Falls as you could experience incredible viewing of cascading waterfalls. The falls are particularly best during the rainy season when you could see curving rainbows making the mist of this waterfalls colorful.

Distance From Sirsi: 60 Kms
Well known for : Dense Forest, Beautiful Waterfall, Trekking, Sunset point


Sodhe is the headquarters of the Sodhe Matha, one of the Ashta mathas established by Sri Madhvacharya, the famous Dvaita philosopher. The matha at Sodhe village was set up by Swami Sri Vadirajatirtha.

The Brindavana of Swami Vadiraja Thirtha can be found at Sodhe. The main deities worshipped at the Sodhe matha are Lord Bhuvaraha and Lord Hayagriva. Sri Bhuta Raja is also worshipped here.

Other places to visit near Sodhe include the Sri Trivikrama Temple, the Tapovana where Sri Vadiraja Swamy used to meditate, Swarnavalli Matha and Sahasralinga which has hundreds of Shiva Lingas on the banks of the river Shalmala. Jain monasteries,[1] (Swadhi jain matha) and Digambar Jain temples are also situated at Sodhe.

Distance From Sirsi: 20 Kms
Well known for : Hayagriva Samudra, Dvaja sthamba, Rama Thrivikrama temple


The Marikamba Temple in Sirsi, Karnataka, India, is a Hindu temple dedicated to a form of the goddess Durga. It is also known as Doddamma Temple, with "Doddamma" denoting the "elder sister" of all Mariammas in Karnataka. The central icon is an eight-armed image of Durga, also known by the names Renuka and Yellamma. It was built in 1688. It is at a distance of 83 kilometres (52 mi) to the east of Gokarna.

Distance From Sirsi: 1 Kms
Well known for : Piligrimage