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Sanapur intro. Sanapur is the name of a manmade reservoir in Karnataka, a scenic state in the southwest part of India. Guests at Sanapur hotels have the opportunity to stay in a tranquil area filled with impressive rocky forests, hills, and the clear water of the reservoir itself. The Sanapur Reservoir was first created on the Tungabhadra River in 1967, and has served as the main source of water for its surrounding farmland ever since. The most ideal times to swim in and visit this manmade wonder are the months between September and February. Visitors can easily cycle to the reservoir from any of its nearest cities. These cities include Anegundi, just eight kilometres away and best known as the birthplace of Lord Hanuman, and Hospet, approximately 30kms south of the reservoir. The city of Hampi lies about 40kms east of the reservoir and is a UNESCO World Heritage site most famous for its bustling bazaar and nearly 500 impressive ruins.
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