Biligiriranga Hills is the adventurous, exciting and loving place to look around in your life. It is the superb place for your trekking, and exploring nature in its unique outfit. Biligiriranga Hills is popular for its wildlife sanctuary, where the sightings of bison, wild boars, sloth bears and elephants are a common sighting. The hill station is a superb pace changer from existing city life. Travelers will find milestones painted in yellow and green, for the purpose of keeping the elephants happy and mirthful.
Vinayak Chaturthi It is the famous festival celebrated in the Southern part of India, and celebrated to the best of Lord Ganesha. The festival is celebrated in September Month. Lord Ranganatha (or Biligiriranga in Local Dialect) The festival is held by The Soliga Tribe, organized in month of April. As part of the festival, the statues of the Lord ‘Biligiri Ranganatha’ and his companionGoddess ‘Ranganayaki’ are carried in a beautifully embellished chariot or ‘Ratha’ straight down to the Biligiriranga Hills. Mahashivratri The festival is celebrated with richness and excitement with tribal worshipping oldest trees of Dodda Sampige Mara, which is considered as incarnation of Lord Shiva.
Biligiriranga Hills is a popular spot to shop and buy for Sogade Beru juice, Amla juice, Amla pickle, t-shirts, caps and multi-purpose ayurvedic potted plants. There are boutiques located around Gorukana Resorts, which sells traditional clothing and handicrafts made by Soliga Tribe. The Tribal Resource Centre is rich place for the purpose of buying tribal items for buying in Biligiriranga Hills.
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