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Kammata Durga

Kammata Durga is located in Karnataka
Kammata Durga
Kammata Durga
Kammata Durga is located in India
Kammata Durga
Kammata Durga
Coordinates: 15°24′28″N 76°22′30″E / 15.40778°N 76.37500°E / 15.40778; 76.37500Coordinates: 15°24′28″N 76°22′30″E / 15.40778°N 76.37500°E / 15.40778; 76.37500
Country  India
State Karnataka
District Koppal district
Taluk Koppal
 • Body Gram panchayat
 • Official Kannada
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
ISO 3166 code IN-KA
Vehicle registration KA 37
Website karnataka.gov.in

Kammata Durga, also spelled as Kammatadurga,(near Hemagudda) is a village in the Koppal taluk of Koppal district in the Indian state of Karnataka. Kammatadurga is located Northeast to District Headquarters Koppal.


Kammatadurga was the capital of King Kampila, father of Kumara Rama.[1] Kammatadurga is famous for the ancient Kammatadurga fort also called as Kumara Rama Kote located on the hill top.[2]

See also


  1. ^ "Nearby tourism spots attract sammelan attendees", The Hindu.
  2. ^ "Koppal's historic sites beckon", Deccan Herald,
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