Raja’s Tomb

Location: 7/73(1, SH27, Mahadevpet, Madikeri, Karnataka 571201, India

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Raja's Tomb
Raja's Tomb

Raja’s Tomb

Built period: 19th century

Visiting duration: 1 hour (approximately) 

Raja’s Tomb which is also known as Gaddige is situated in the city of Madikeri under the state of Karnataka, India. It is one of the historical landmarks of the city. This is a major tourist destination in the city that is dedicated to the royal members of the Kadova Clan. The scenario of the place and surroundings is just breathtaking. This is a must-visit place in the city. Every year a lot of tourists come to visit this place. As a travel lover, you would not like to miss this historical place with unparalleled beauty.   

About Raja’s tomb:

Raja’s tomb is 19th century monument. It is built in the Muhammadan style of architecture with tombs at the center and turrets at the corners. The entrance of the tombs has carvings. Near the tombs, there are graves of two royal Kadova officers who sacrificed their lives in a fight with Tipu Sultan and the priest of the king.

What is inside Raja’s tomb?

There is a total of three toms. The central tomb is the largest. There are two main tombs one of King Veera Rajendra and his wife which increases the significance of the place and the other one is for his brother Linga Rajendra. You will find the Shiva Linga symbol in the tomb because he was a Hindu king. There is a grander in the premises. Which is very beautiful. In the garden, there is a tomb-rider for kids. 

Raja's Tomb
Raja’s Tomb

Causes of visiting Raja’s tomb:

Raja’s tomb is a place full of beauties and historical interests. You will come to know about the history of the place and the city while visiting the place. The architecture of the monument is wonderful to look at. The garden of the place is excellent. It is a great place for history lovers. Not only adults but also kids will love this place. Cause there is a tomb raider in the garden for kids. You can spend a beautiful time with your family or friend here. This place is perfect for photography. 

Opening and closing time of Raja’s tomb:

Raja’s tomb opens every day of the week. It opens at 6:00 am and closes at 8:30 pm. 

How much the entry fee is for Raja’s tomb?

The entry fee for Raja’s Tomb is INR 2 (per person)

Is photography allowed in Raja’s tomb?

Photography is allowed in Raja’s tomb. But you need to give some charge for that. It charges RS.25. You can take pictures of the garden, museum and the tomb. It is a wonderful place for photography. 

When is the best time to visit Raja’s tomb?

The place Raja’s tomb can be visited any time of the year. But the perfect time to visit this place in winter. Cause at that time the weather the city I just mind-blowing. So, it is advisable for to you go in between November to February. That time it is winter in the city.

Is it a safe place for tourists?

This is a safe place for tourists. There is no doubt about the safety of the place. If, you face any kind of problem you can contact the police. Here is the local police station location for your help. 

Location: College Rd, near F.M.C College, Karnangeri, Madikeri, Karnataka 571201, India

Google map: https://g.co/kgs/jaQ3Ay

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How to reach:

By air: Situated at a distance of 142.7 km Mangalore International airport is the closest airport to Raja’s tomb. This airport is well connected with the other major cities of India. Local transports like cabs, taxis are easily available at the airport. You need to hire one of them to reach your desired place. 

By train: The nearest railway station to Raja’s tomb is the Subrahmanya Road railway station. The distance between the railway station and Raja’s tomb is about 86.8 km. Local transport is available at the railway station. You can hire one of them to reach your destination.

By road: The city Madikeri is well connected with the other cities of Karnataka. You can find buses from any city in the state. It is easy to go there by bus. It is 1.5 km away from the Madikeri bus stand. You can also go there in your vehicle. It will be an enjoyable experience for you.

We wish you all the very best for your journey.
Happy Travelling!!!

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