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Mulbagal

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Mulabagilu is a town and taluk headquarters of Mulabagilu taluk in the Kolar district in the state of Karnataka, India. It lies just off the National Highway 4 as the easternmost town of the state and a hill landmark.Etymology"Mulabagilu" comes from the word mudalabagilu, which means the "eastern door" in the native Kannada language. Mulabagilu was supposedly the easternmost frontier of the state of Mysuru. Hence, the name. Mulabagilu was also the eastern gate to the Vijayanagara Empire.HistoryOne legend describes how the Hanumantha temple here was installed by Arjuna, one of the Pandavas, after the Mahabharata war. Sage Vasishta is believed to have installed the idols of the main deity Srinivasa, Padmavati and Rama-Sita-Lakshmana.The history of Mulabagilu was compiled by Benjamin Lewis Rice, in his book "The Gazetteer of Mysore" (1887).
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