Srirangapatna is a town in Mandya locale of the Indian province of Karnataka. Situated close to the city of Mysore, it is of religious, social and noteworthy significance. The landmarks on the island town of Srirangapatna have been selected as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its application is pending on the provisional rundown of UNESCO. The town takes its name from the observed Ranganathaswamy sanctuary which commands the town, making Srirangapatna a standout amongst the most imperative Vaishnavite focuses of journey in South India.
The sanctuary was worked by the Ganga line leaders of the zone in the ninth century; the structure was reinforced and enhanced structurally somewhere in the range of three centuries later. In this manner, the sanctuary is a mixture of the Hoysala and Vijayanagar styles of sanctuary design. Custom holds that every one of the islands framed in the Kaveri River are blessed to Sri Ranganathaswamy, and extensive sanctuaries have been worked in extremely antiquated occasions committed to that god on the three biggest islands. The nearness of the Kaveri River is in itself thought about favorable and blessing. You can visit this place with your loved ones.