Anthargange is a hill range situated near the city of Bangalore in Kolar. Kolar is a place of great antiquity , but has passed through so many vicissitudes and was so much devastated by warfare and what little now remains in it is ancient. The Cholas and Pallavas have contributed their builders. Volcanic rock formations and its numerous cave systems are the main tourist attractions of the Anthargange range of hills. Anthargange has many natural springs and the weather is generally very pleasant. Anthargange also has religious significance and there are pilgrims who come here to see the perennial spring and an old temple. The stream which originates among the rock is led by a drain into a small tank, about 3 feet deep, from which another drain leads is through the mouth of a bull to a larger tank about 50' *35' below. From there, the water flows down towards Kilukote. Above the bull's head is a brindavana and on its top of Vimana of brick and mortar, belonging to the Palegar days. In the center of the lower tank stands a small mantapa with an image of Ganapathi in it. Before the water issues out of the bulls mouth. It is made to wash the feet of a standing image of Vishnu in the form of Venkatesha.