Excellent Farm Land of 75 Acres with all kinds of trees. Check this out.
Benefits from the Farm Land
Total 75 acre, 32 acre document and pattah. 300 coconut trees (7000 coconut/one time ) Teak trees 100 big 100 small. Rubber trees 3500 pieces. Coffee plant robesta type 30000 piece (2000 kg/ one time) Pack tree 10000 piece get 20000 kg/year Water motor 40 HP/5 piece total Goat farm house 200 nos Pepper 15lakhs/ year. Fish land 10 acre (4 piece) Jack fruit trees, Silver wood 5000 piece and so many extra woods and plants. Fully covered farming area with compound wall including electricity connection and one house. 14 kms from main town narasimha rajapura, Shimoga 60 kms. For further details, contact Agent.
About the Town
Narasimharajapura is a panchayat town and taluk headquarters in Chikkamagaluru district in the Indian state of Karnataka.
Shri Kshetra Simhanagadde is located near the town and is famous for the Atishaya (place of miracles) of Goddess Jwalamalini – Yakshini (guardian spirit) of the Eighth Tirthankara, Shri Bhagwan Chandraprabhu in Jainism.
The Simhanagadde Jwalamalini Temple is located at the Simhanagadde town near Narasimharajapura in Chikkamagaluru district.This is one of the important Jain temples in Karnataka state. The temple houses an attractive black colored idol of Goddess Jwalamalini as the main deity.The history of this idol dates back to the period around 15th and 16th century. The temple has a very spacious hall and a sanctoum sanctorum. This temple attracts huge number of devotees in India as well as foreign countries. The temple was renovated in 1994.
Shri Kshetra Simhanagadde is famous for the Atishaya (place of miracles) of Jwalamalini Devi – Yakshini (guardian spirit) of the Eighth Tirthankara, Shri Bhagwan Chandraprabhu in Jainism. About 600 years ago the capital of ‘Ger-soppa Soduv Empire’ was present at distance of 27 km from ‘Honnavar’ in North Kannada District. The Queen Channa Vera Devi the wife of Jain King got constructed 700 temples. After attack of Portuguese the Queen was defeated & temples were ruined. The remains of ruined Jain temples are still there and one can see them.
You can find 6 temples located in Jwalamalini Atishaya Kshetra, Simhanagadde. Both antique and latest sorts of temples are present at this place.