It also called the Nandidurg or Nandi Betta, this is a famous slope fortification in the Chikkaballapur region of Karnataka. The name of the slopes has been gotten from the Dravidian sanctuaries committed to Nandi, the mount of Lord Shiva. Out of these two sanctuary one ois over the slope and the other is on the lower regions. Amid the lead of the Cholas, this slope was known as the Ananadagiri or the 'slope of joy'. The name of the slope as indicated by two different legends discuss the nearness of the dozing Nandi Bull here and furthermore the penace performed here by yoga Nandeeshwara. There is additionally a sanctuary devoted to Yoga Nandeeshwara over this slope. The sanctuary that you find on the lower regions go back to the ninth Century by the Banas Dynasty and is a delightful mix of different sanctuary building styles because of the rehashed redesigns and beautifications amid different traditions.