Haveri is a town in Karantaka which is known for its Byadgi red chillies that are marketed all over the country. The rivers flowing in this district are Dharma, Kumadwati, Varada and Tunga-Bhadra. The major crops grown here are Jowar, Maize, Paddy, Ragi, Groundnut, Pulses, Chillies and Cotton.
Places to Stay
There are good hotels in Haveri. Some of them are Hotel Sri Nandi, Hotel Nimba International, Hotel Pooja International, Hotel Ashoka Towers and much more.
The official language of Haveri is Kannada.
Pongal, Maha Shivaratri, Ganesh Chathurthi, Diwali, Durga Devi Festival (Jatra) and Holi are the important festivals celebrated here.
Places to Visit
Some of the tourists’ attractions in and around Haveri are Siddhesvara Temple, Tarakeshwara Temple, Mukteshwara Temple, Sri Gayatri Tapobhoomi, Galageshwara Temple, Ranebennur Blackbuck Sanctuary, Maltesh-Mailara Temple and Kadambeshwar Temple.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Haveri is Hubli Airport at a distance of 71 km.
There is a railway station at Haveri that connects various cities of India.
bus services available daily connecting various routes of India. To get your bus tickets
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