Kamala Narayana Temple
mala Narayana Temple is at Degaon (Degamve/Devgram) in Belgaum District, Karnataka.
Degaon is 5 km from Kittur, 10 km from Halasi and 24 km from Bailhongal. It is famous for Kadamba style Kamala Narayana temple with rich antiquity. The place name might have originated from its temple complex Devagrama meaning a village of God. The magnificent Kamala Narayana Temple, built by the Kadamba queen, Kamaladevi in the 12th century. The sculptures are breathtakingly beautiful. Lions and floral motifs vie with dancing girls for attention.
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