Bhagamandala is a journey put in Kodagu region of South Indian territory of Karnataka. Bhagamandala is arranged on the stream Kaveri in its upstream extends. At this place, the Kaveri is joined by two tributaries, the Kannike and the legendary Sujyoti waterway. It is viewed as holy as a waterway juncture kudala or triveni sangama, in Kannada and Sanskrit separately. Bhagamandala is found 133 km south-east of Mangalore. It has a normal height of 898 m 2,946 ft. Additionally the other related place is Udhaka mandala which implies arrive next to water body in Kannada and Sanskrit respectively. During 1785– 1790, the region was possessed by Tipu Sultan. The sanctuary was scorched and crushed. He renamed Bhagamandala to Afesalabad. In 1790 King Dodda Vira Rajendra took Bhagamandala once again into an autonomous Kodagu kingdom. Bhagamandala is situated around 33 km from the locale base camp Madikeri and is associated by cleared streets from Madikeri, Virajpet and close-by places in Karnataka and Kerala. Government and private transports are accessible on these courses.