Sulthan Bathery Guide
Visit the trekking areas of Sulthan Bathery, which was known as Sulthan Battery
A scenic beauty. Sulthan Barthery was once known as Ganapathivattom (circle of Ganapathi. Here the Ganapathi is Lord Ganapathi). Tipu Sultan along with his army marched and stored the arms in a 13th century-old Jain temple here. The name was changed thereafter to Sulthan Bathery. Green trekkable mountains, jungle trails and exhilarating caves of Neolithic Age – all these add glamour to Sulthan Bathery. Located on NH 212, connecting Kozhikode to Mysore. The town is near the borders of Tamilnadu and Karnataka States.