Category Natural / Scenic beauty, Recreational

This place is situated 15 kms east from the taluk centre Srirangapattana. on the right bank of the river Kaveri. The Kashi Vishweshwara temple in front of the river is a structure of the Mysore kings. There are two separate garbhagriha, one facing the east houses a Kashi Vishwanatha linga and the other facing the south houses an Amma (goddess) sculptures, there is an antarala and a spacious common navaranga with entrances at the East and the South. The main entrance door has a spacious mukhamantapa. While the main garbhagriha houses a shivalinga, and in the antarala Nandi, goddess Annapoorneshwari is housed in the other garbhagriha. The navaranga also has few Ganapati sculptures. The temple has a spacious prakara, tall dwara mantapa and attractive dwara gopura. A Jatra for the deity is held during vaishakha shuddha pournima. Near the open space, on the river bank, are temples such as Bindumadhava, Anjaneya and Channakeshava. Temples such as Basavanna, Veerabhadra, Choudeshwari, Pattaladamma, Chikkamma and others are inside the village. The place is excellent for a weekend holiday programme because of the resting place and the temples.