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|Elevation||770 m (2,530 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
Ramanahalli near Sagarakatte in Mysore Taluk was built in AD 1911 when the village was shifted to the present location by the construction of the Krishnarajasagar (KRS) dam, and the name of the village became known as the Hosaramanahalli.
The Hosaramanahalli is located on the banks of the Lakshmana Tirtha River and is located in the Mysore District, Hunasur Taluk, and Billikere Hobli.
The main crops are paddy and other major crops grown here are tobacco, millet, coconut, banana, corn, and chili.
The population of Hosaramanahalli is about 9500 and the literacy rate is 45%.
Kannada language speaks more here & Kannada is also the official language of Hosaramanahalli.
Specials of this Place
Thousands of devotees come from the out of states for the festival of lord Eeraneeshwara of Hosaramanahalli village. Sri Viranjaneyaswamy Temple is a famous religious place where Lord Viranjaneyaswamy is worshiped here by Vyasa Maharishi and pumpable irrigation system is built on the Lakshmanateertha River bank, which supplies the water to the Bilikere lake and It's a great project.
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