The first capital of Keladi Nayakas, the village of Keladi is well-known for a group of temples that exhibit elements of Kadamba, Hoysala and Dravida style of temple architecture. Among the three, the Rameshvara and Veerbhadreshvara temples are a mixed pattern of Hoysala and Dravidian style while the Parvati temple is relatively small. The Keladi Museum preserves a collection of copper inscriptions, palm leaves, coins, several interesting antiques of the Nayaka’s period. Recovered idols of Hoysala and Chalukya period from the early 16th century to the late 18th century are displayed here.

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