Synonyms for sakleshpur or Related words with sakleshpur

mudigere              tarikere              sarangpur              sonapur              gorur              arsikere              madhuban              chikmagalur              dharmasala              kandhar              madikeri              mangaon              arasikere              amboli              madayi              indapur              madhugiri              dharampur              takali              kollur              pandavapura              angadipuram              kasba              kanhangad              mahur              paharpur              kumarakom              deesa              rajpur              siddapur              gundlupet              mandawa              shirur              aryankavu              alipur              polur              shiggaon              lakhanpur              rampura              krishnarajpet              behror              payyannur              kudal              kadur              nagamangala              gangavathi              shivamogga              malakpet              ranipur              chickmagalur             

Examples of "sakleshpur"
52 km - Distance from Sakleshpur to belur halebid
Wayanad, Muthanga, Madikeri, Kudremukh, Agumbe, Jog, Kempholey, Anashi, Sakleshpur
Director Preetham Gubbi shot the movie in Sakleshpur and Mysore; some of the songs were shot in Bangalore.
Sakleshpur or Sakleshapura (Kannada: ಸಕಲೇಶಪುರ) is a hill station town and headquarters of Sakleshapura Taluk in Hassan district in the Indian state of Karnataka.
The film "Jaanu" is shot at Sakleshpur, Gulbarga, Bidar and Bengaluru The talkie portions completed shoot also completed the dubbing at Aakash Recording Studio.
The film released on 19 February 2016. It was filmed in the following locations: Bengaluru, Kolara, Kolar Gold Fields, Sakleshpur and Mangalooru.
The most part of the filming took over at the picturesque locations of Sakleshpur in Karnataka. Some parts were shot at Bangalore.
Bisle is a small village in the heart of south-western India's Western Ghats. The village is located in Hassan District's Sakleshpur (Sakaleshpura) Taluk.
Hassan District is administratively divided into eight talukas (Panchayat blocks): Alur, Arkalgud, Arsikere, Belur, Channarayapatna, Hassan, Holenarasipura (H.N. Pura) and Sakleshpur, and 258 panchayat villages.
The filming of "Googly" took place in Bengaluru, Sakleshpur, Moodabidre and Mangaluru over forty days. One of the songs was shot in Malaysia
3. Manjarabad Fort: This fort was built by Tippu Sultan in 1792, which is in the shape of star developed by French Architects. This place is 66 km from kadaba towards Sakleshpur.
Pereira-Kamath began his government service in the year 1970. Prior to this, he managed his father's Coffee Estates in Sakleshpur and was an Advocate in the Bangalore Courts from 1967 to 1970.
The film was officially launched with the title "Brindavanam" in mid August 2016, with Vivek planting a tree sapling to commemorate the start of the film's shoot in Sakleshpur, Karnataka.
Male (English: Rain), is a 2015 Indian Kannada language romantic comedy film directed by Tejas and produced by R. Chandru under his home banner. The film stars Prem Kumar and Amulya in the lead roles. Most of the filming took place at Bangalore and Sakleshpur localities. The film is released on 7 August 2015.
India census, Sakleshpur had a population of 23,352 of which 11,558 are males while 11,794 are females. Sakaleshapura has an average literacy rate of 88.47%: male literacy is 92.72%, and female literacy is 84.31%. In Sakaleshapura, 11% of the population is under 6 years of age.
A film with the same name was released on 18 September 2015, starring Anish Tejeshwar, Deepika Kamaiah, and Samyukta Hornad in the lead roles. The film was directed by Deepak Thimaya and the story co-written by Vinayak Bhat. All the songs from the 2009 album have been retained in the film. The film is shot in and around Sakleshpur and Bangalore.
Completing the two schedule of shooting director R Chandru is moving to Bidar, Bijapur, Sakleshpur and other locations for the songs, three days of shoot will be held in USA. The opening song for protagonist is shot there and in the ancient places like Hemagiri, Srirangapatna the sets were erected for the film disclosed R Chandru.
Several trekking destinations undertaken by the club include: Anaikatti, Barapalli, Charmadi Ghat, Chembra Peak, Coorg, Pune Forts, Javadi Hills, Kalrayan Hills, Kolli Hills, Kondaveedu Fort, Nagalapuram, Nagari, Ombattu Gudde, Ootacamund, Palani Hills, Parvadhamalai, Pulicat, Roopkund, Sakleshpur, Savandurga, Skandagiri, Tada, Tadiyandamol, Tadkalpudipeak, Talakona, Tirumala, Top Slip, Vavulmala, Vellarimala, Venkatagiri, Venkateshwara, Wayanad, Yelagiri, Yercaud
Pratap Simha (born 21 June 1976) is a Member of Parliament from the 16th Lok Sabha of India. He was born in Sakleshpur, Hassan. He represents Mysore constituency of Karnataka and he is the President of Yuva Morcha Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Karnataka. He won the Mysore Lok Sabha seat in 2014 by defeating the incumbent Congress MP Adagur H. Vishwanath by 32,000 votes.
Yedakumari (; ) is the place in Sakleshpur taluk in the midst of western ghats in the state of Karnataka, India. There is a railway station here. The place lies en route Mangalore to Bangalore railway line and is the most fascinating stretch of the green route. The train running in between these two cities generally halt at Yedakumari for technical reasons. Yedakumari railway station has s become resting place for trekkers who are trekking the western ghats following the railway tracks.