Muthyala Madugu is a small waterfall and one can reach the place through Hosur road. It is a scenic spot and there is a small Shiva temple called Muthyala Ishvara temple. The shrine has a Shiva Linga, and regular pujas are performed here.
Muthyala Madugu, meaning ‘Valley of Pearls’ is famous for its 300 feet waterfall, which is sourced from the Onakanahalli Tank nearby. When the water, falls from the top, it creates an illusion of strings of pearls dropping to the ground below. And from this fascinating effect came the name. The region is also home to numerous varieties of bird species and makes for a good bird-watching trip. Since the tank is full during monsoon season, the waterfall looks its best this time around.
In addition to the waterfall, other major attractions nearby the place include:
Temples: In addition, temples dedicated to Ganesha, Hanuman, and Thimmaraya Swamy are also located nearby. The Ganesha temple is especially famous for a large monolithic statue of the deity carved into a pillar, while the Thimmaraya Swamy Temple is believed to be dedicated to an incarnation of Lord Tirupati Balaji.
Gumbaz: It houses his grave and the graves of his relatives. Styled according to various Indian and Persian traditions, the Gumbaz is located within the Lal Bagh garden, which is quite impressive in itself. Built-in the early 1780s, some of the doors of the Gumbaz are made from ivory, while the walls sport Tippu Sultan’s signature tiger stripes.
Timings to visit Muthyala Madugu in Anekal
06:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Best Time to Vist: August – November.
How to Reach Muthyala Madugu in Anekal
By Air: Kempegowda International Airport – 75 km.
By Train: Bengaluru City Railway Station – 47 km.
By Road: Bangalore – 45 km.
Pearl Vally, Anekal, Thammanayakanahalli, Karnataka 562106, India
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