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Hullahalli  is a village in the southern state of Karnataka, India. It is located in the Nanjangud taluk of Mysore district in Karnataka. 
Hullahalli is a historical village. Kapila river flows across the village. The name Hullahalli came from the Maharshi "Thruna", that's why the village is called as Hullahalli. The village is known for an ancient Varadaraja Temple, and Vishwaguru Veerabhadreshwaraswamy Sannidi or Trunapuri Shree Mahadeshwaraswamy Sannidi, located along south bank of Kapila River.
Hullahalli dam is located little upstream along River Kabini.
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