Trisha Shetty

Telsang

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Country  India
District  Belagavi
Time zone  IST (UTC+5:30)
Population  10,407 (2011)
State  Karnataka
Talukas  Athani (Karnataka)
PIN  591265
Telsang
Weather  28°C, Wind W at 14 km/h, 71% Humidity

Exquisitely beautiful multi axle volvo bus of telsang travels with bright led display in mumbai


Telsang is a village in the southern state of Karnataka, India. It is located in the Athni taluk of Belgaum district in Karnataka. In Telsang, there are several temples, such as Venkateshwar Temple, Ellamma Temple, Sri Mallikarjuna and Basavanna Temple, Vithoba Temple, Shankarlinga Temple, Hanuman Temple and more in this village five great Matha Hirematha, Virakta matha, Sidramappan Matha Andani Matha and Horatti Matha.

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Just 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) away from Telsang towards Jamakhandi, there is another old temple of Lord Shree Banada Mallikarjuna. On every last Monday of shravana masa, all village people gather and worship this god. This temple is surrounded by many trees.

Now recently the renovation of Sri Mallikarjuna and Basavanna Temple present at the village center is done by the village people.

Every year the priest of Sri Mallikarjuna Temple will carry the Kambi (the wooden statue of god) to Srisailam (the holy place in Hyderabad) by foot. (around 600 kilometres (370 mi) from Telsang). In Srisailam the priest performs the pooja of kumbi near the Krishna River (Patal Ganga) and then returns to Telsang. Just after arrival of the kambi in Telsang all village people celebrate the festival called "Mallayyana Aideshi" by singing and chanting the songs of lord Sri Mallikarjuna for 5 days.

People also celebrate a festival called Ellammana Jathra for the goddess Ellamma on Gouri Hunnime every year. A big crowd will be gathered on this occasion to celebrate the Jathra for three days. Same day on Giurihunnime Rotti families are celebrating Gouri pooja for 5 days.

Demographics

As of the 2001 India census, Telsang had a population of 8,407 with 4,295 males and 4,112 females.

References

Telsang Wikipedia


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