Shishuvinahala

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Shishuvinahala

Shishunala
Village
Shishuvinahala is located in Karnataka
Shishuvinahala
Shishuvinahala
Shishuvinahala is located in India
Shishuvinahala
Shishuvinahala
Coordinates: 15°5′44″N 75°19′24″E / 15.09556°N 75.32333°E / 15.09556; 75.32333Coordinates: 15°5′44″N 75°19′24″E / 15.09556°N 75.32333°E / 15.09556; 75.32333
Country India
StateKarnataka
DistrictHaveri district
TalukShiggaon
Population
 (2001)
 • Total2,800
Languages
 • OfficialKannada
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
581126
Telephone code08378
Vehicle registrationKA-27

Shishuvinahala also known as Shishunala is a village in Shiggaon taluk of Haveri district in the state of Karnataka, India

Geography[edit]

Shishuvinahala is located at 15.095496N,75.323778E. This village lies between Hulagur and Gudigeri of Shiggaon taluk.

Demographics[edit]

As of 2001 India census, Shishuvinahal had a population of 2,800 with 1,502 males and 1,298 females and 485 Households.[1]

Importance of the village[edit]

Shishuvinahala is the birthplace of the great mystic poet Sri Shishunala Sharif. His contribution to the Kannada folklore is very much revered. There a Temple in the village where Sri Shishunala Sharif composed his poems.

Transport[edit]

Bus routes[edit]

Shishuvinahala is well connected by road. There are buses from Hubli, Savanur , Shiggaon and Hulagur.

Railways[edit]

The nearest Railway Stations are at Gudigeri and Saunshi.

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