Mundrigi is an arid village in Karnataka’s Gadag district. This village is 41 km away from its district headquarters, Gadag, and 370 km away from Bangalore, its capital city. A few of the nearby cities include Hospet, Gadag and Lakshmeshwar. Some of its surrounding areas are Koppal, Savanur, Bellary, Gadag, Hadagalli and Shirahatti.
Places to Stay
There are no hotels in Mundrigi. However, there are good affordable hotels in Gadag. Some of them are Hotel Vishwa Boarding and Lodging (Tariff – Rs.263), Geethanjali Residency (Tariff – Rs.393) and Hotel Shivani Inn (Tariff – Rs.475).
The languages spoken in Mundrigi are Kannada and English.
The most celebrated festivals in Mundrigi are Maha Shivratri in February, Holi in March, Ganesh Chaturthi during August-September, Navratri in October and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
There are many tourist attractions in and around Mundrigi. This includes forests, historical monuments, lakes and ancient structures. These are Tungabhadra Reservoir (62 km), Hospet (66 km), Gadag (41 km) and Hampi 79 km away from Mundrigi.
How to Get There
Hubli Airport, which is the nearest from here, is located 99 km away.
There is no railway station in Mundrigi. The nearest railway station, Koppal Railway Station, is located 37 km away from this village.
Mundrigi is well connected through a wide network of buses to various villages and cities. There are daily bus trips by SRE Travels from Bangalore to Mundrigi. Today Volvo bus service has become very popular amongst travellers across India.