Bhagamandala is a pilgrimage place in Kodagu district of South Indian state of Karnataka. The place is popularly known as Triveni Sangham since; it is on the banks of three rivers, Cauvery, Kannike and Sujyoti. Pilgrims assemble here in large groups during the Tula Sankramana. Bhagamandala is also famous for honey and its apiaries.
It has several small temples within the complex. It is a common practice for pilgrims to take a dip in the Triveni Sangam and perform rituals to their ancestors before proceeding to Talakaveri, the birthplace of Kaveri. It is customary for the Coorg men to shave their head at Bhagamandala in the event of bereavement in the family. Pongal, Ganesh Chaturthi and Hampi Festival are celebrated with great passion and vigour.
A short distance from Bhagamandala is the temple at Padi, which houses the deity Lord Igguthapp and is considered by many Kodavas to be the most sacred shrine in their homeland. Mt.Thavoor is a towering peak overlooking Bhagamandala and Mt.Koppatti, which may be considered its twin peak is nearby and both these serve as fantastic trekking routes for tourists. The city offers immense pleasure and an everlasting experience to the tourists. Festivals in Bhagamandala provide yet another reason to celebrate “Life” to the natives.