3. Yogi narayana mutt:
Ashrama dedicated to the tattayya where he was buried alive as a ritual of jeevasamadhi. Thattayya did all his meditation inside the cave which is 3km from kaivara and they call it gavi. During his period of meditation, a tiger used to guard him and few years later he was enlightened.
4. Vasavi kanyakaparameshwari :
The goddess vasavi is the sacred god of vaishyas community. This is a newly built temple. We can also see idols of lord ranganatha swamy and lord shiva parvathi here. There is venugopala swamy temple nearby.
5. Bheemalingeshwara temple :
During agnathavasa of pandava, they stayed in kaiwara for one year. During their stay, Bheema fought the demon Bakasura, put the demon into a cave and blocked it with a huge rock. The rock came to be called bakasura bande. After taking a life, Bheema was burdened with Bramahahatyadosha. To rid himself of it, bheema established a Shivalinga, followed by his brothers and mother. Later temples were built and came to be known as Bheemalingeshwara temple.
6. Lakshmana theertha :
Located on top of the hill in front of chamundeshweri temple, laxmana theertha dates back to the period of thretha yuga. While in exile, rama, seetha and laxmana were said to have gone there. Laxmana used an arrow to make a hole in the rock to get water for seetha, who was extremely thirsty.
7. Hilltop: A place where footprints of bheema and bakasura are preserved. At the pinnacle of the hill is a stone where bheema used to meditate daily. Prints of his one foot amd knee have been seen in this location.
8. Park and a zoo is maintained by the department of forestry with few animals and birds