Mariyammanahalli, a village in Karnataka’s Bellary district, was formed when the dam on Tungabhadra River was constructed in 1953. This region was at its peak during the British rule. Bellary, its district headquarters, is 33 km away and its capital city, Bangalore, is 331 km away. Some of the nearby cities include Bellary, Sandur, Hospet and Mundargi.
Places to Stay
Mariyammanahalli does not have hotels in its vicinity. There are budget hotels available in Bellary. These hotels are Ashoka Comforts (Tariff – Rs.598), Hotel Rock Regency (Tariff – Rs.901), Regal Lodge (Tariff – Rs.147) and Mohan Lodge (Tariff – Rs.277).
The official languages spoken here are Kannada, Telugu and English.
The most celebrated festivals in Mariyammanahalli are Makar Sankranti in January, Ugadi in March, Navaratri in September-October and Diwali in October-November.
Places of Interest
There are a few interesting places around this area. They include Bellary (33 km), Hospet (16 km), Daroji Bear Sanctuary (44 km), Tungabhadra Dam (16 km) and Sandur (33 km) away from Mariyammanahalli.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is in Hubli, which is 162 km away from this village.
There is no railway station in Mariyammanahalli. Hospet Junction Railway Station, located 22 km away from Mariyammanahalli, is the nearest railway station.
There are regular buses from the nearby town, Hoovina Hadagali, to this village. Private buses are the lifeline of this region. If you are planning a vacation, book bus online and remain tension free.