The next day, we went to Munirabad, which is on the other side of Tungabhadra Dam to see the Japanese Garden there. You don't have much to see here except this Garden which you can cover in one hour. So we went to Hospet, had our lunch at Hotel Shanbagh.If the beauty of this place holds you back and you wish to stay back, I suggest you visit the Fisheries Department on the Munirabad Road and see the different school of fishes in the ponds there and learn a bit of fish breeding. Rent a bicycle/bike and take a stroll on the banks of basavanna canal and reach Hospet by this road. The landscape on this route will enthral you with swaying sugarcane fields on one side and the canal with trees lined up on the other side, with bird nests hanging on the branches. It looks like a picture perfect canvas of an artist's imagination. Day four we had planned to visit Hampi. But, about Hampi, I can go on and on and write a full thesis, which I will do sometime later. So, I will conclude this blog here with my description of only Tungabhadra Dam.When you are done with the silent rocks and the screaming history of Hampi, come to Tungabhadra Dam and talk to the little yellow flowers that adorn this place. Immerse and get lost in this sweet little heaven on earth.
We hired a 7 Seater Auto and went to Munirabad Dam to see the Japanese Garden which was just 3 KMs away but in Koppal Dist. This side of Tungabhadra Dam is in Bellary District and the other side which is called Munirabad is in Koppal District.