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Hogenakkal Falls:

The Hogenakkal Falls, one of the topmost tourist attractions for people travelling to Hosur, is popularly known as "Niagara of India". The exact location of this spot is in the district of Dharmapuri in Tamil Nadu, about 46 km from the town of Dharmapuri and 180 kms from Bangalore. Situated on River Kaveri, this place is well known for the therapeutic baths, boat trips and world famous cabonatite rocks.


Chandira Choodeswarar Temple:

Constructed on a hill top by Hoysala ruler Thirupuvanamalla Barvatharaja Anthiyazhvar around 1260, this temple finds a mention in the epic Brahmanda Purana by the name of Bhadragiri Mahatmiyam. It is built in the honor of Lord Shiva, otherwise known as Choodeswarar and Goddess Parvati, also called Maragadambal. This sacred site comprises several theerthams (holy streams), namely Shivagangai, Maragatha Sarovaram, Jambava Theertham, Hanuma Theertham, Vrishabha Theertham and Pandava Theertham. The entire shrine is brilliantly carved with stones and a Rajagopuram is magnificently painted on the apex of the chief portico. The site also houses other temples of Nayanmars, Lord Muruga and Ganesha.


Rajaji Memorial:

This is in fact a cenotaph commemorating Chakravarthy Rajagopalachari, the only Indian Governor General. It is situated along NH 7, a little away from Hosur, in Thorapalli, the native place of Rajaji. The memorial comprises a gallery displaying pictures, a library and a statue of Rajaji.  


Kelevarapalli Dam:

A famous picnic spot for tourists and locals of Hosur and surrounding areas, this dam was constructed in 1995. It originates from the Ponnaiyar River which makes its entry into the state of Tamil Nadu from Karnataka. The Kelevarapalli Dam is 10 kilometers away from Hosure.    


Thali or Little England:

Lying 25 kilometers away from Hosur at the borderline of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, this place is surrounded by precipices and vales. It earned the name of Little England during British rule in India because the cloudy and cool climate of Thali bears a lot of resemblance to the climate of England. The place houses Denkanikottai fort constructed in the year 1530 by Palayakarar and a shrine of Swami Venugopala. Thali is famous for its yearly car festival that occurs in May.



This is in fact a hill fortress lying 30 kilometers away from Hosure, at the endpoint of Palghat plateau. This place has historical importance in the sense that it housed the British troops until the year 1861 even after the battles in Mysore. The barricades and the citadels of the fort are still undamaged.