Bajagur

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Bajagur
Bajagur ಬಜಗೂರು
village
Country  India
State Karnataka
District Tumkur
Languages
 • Official Kannada
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 572 224
Telephone code 08134
Vehicle registration ka 44

Bajagur is a picturesque village with excellent landscape and lush greenery in the southern part of Karnataka state in India.

Sri Aanjaneya Swamy.

Location[edit]

This scenic village is situated at a distance of 14 km from Tiptur town in Tumkur district.

Bajagur Lake(Kere).

Agriculture[edit]

Agriculture is mainly copra, paddy & ragi. Coconut plantations are abundant in Bajagur and is part of the famous Tiptur copra.

Sri Kempamma Devi, Bajagur-Bellekere Temple.

Government and education[edit]

This village has a Government Kannada medium high school. Students from this village rely on the colleges in Tiptur for higher education. This village has a beautiful lake which is also the main source of water for the agriculture. Channel of river Hemavathy runs through the lake. There are two main temples within the small village. The biggest one is the Kempamma Devi temple (Bellekeramma). There is also a well-known Aanjaneya (Hanuman) Temple. An annual cart (theru) festival is held during the month of April and its a very big occasion for the surrounding villages to assemble during the occasion.

Nearest railway station is located in Tiptur and is about 140 km from Bangalore.

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