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Rattihalli is a small sleepy village located near the Kumudvati River in Hirekerur taluk of Haveri District. Groves of trees, hillocks and rivers make this place attractive. Rattihalli, adjacent to the Western Ghats, has a population of more than a thirteen thousand people. This serene village is popular from the epoch of Banvasi Kadambas and Rashtrakoota emperors. The village earned the name Rashtrapalli, in memory of the great rulers of Rashtrakoota, which in due course, changed into Rattihalli.

The nearby tourist attractions are Kadambeswara Temple, Karangi Mosque, Kumudvati River and Masjid-E-Raza.

Haveri Railway Station is the closest railway station. The nearest airport is at Bellary (119 km).

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Haveri

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