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Temple trips in Mangalore

Temple trip in Mangalore BOOK NOW Temple trip in Mangalore About The Temple Trip: Do you wish to explore the religious side of Coastal Karnataka? If yes, then the Coastal Karnataka temple tour will help you visit all the famous temples of the state. Mangalore also officially known as Mangaluru is a renowned port city located in Karnataka’s coastal region. It is situated at a distance of around three hundred and sixty kilometres from Bengaluru City. For the locals of Bangalore, the city of Mangalore is one of the most popular weekend getaways. It houses a number of tourist destinations including serene beaches and ancient temples.  These religious sites of the city make a perfect tour for anyone looking to head out on a spiritual tour with family or friends. While exploring the various religious spots you will get to witness the rich ancient South Indian style of architecture in its multiple forms. The city is an ideal combination of relaxation and spirituality clubbed into one. Therefore, when visiting Mangalore make sure to take some time out to discover the sites that invoke the spirit of spirituality and sacred  Temples in Mangalore   Kudroli Gokarnath Temple. Kadri Manjunatha Temple. Mangaladevi Temple. Kateel Durgaparameshwari Temple. Shri Sharavu Mahaganapathi Temple. Polali Rajarajeshwari Temple Mangalore Temple trip by Mangalore Travels Corporation Kudroli Gokarnath Temple The very beautiful Kudroli Gokarnath Temple of Mangalore is one of the must-visit religious sites of Mangalore. It was built for the Billava Community by Sri Narayan Guru as the community members were prohibited to enter any other temple of the region. Sri Narayan Guru was a renowned social reformer and saint from Kerala. The temple was built back in the year 1912. The idol that the temple houses are that of Gokarnanatheshwara or Lord Shiva. The main temple along with the other temples of the surroundings are crafted in pleasing the Tamil Nadu style of architecture. The decorations on the murals depict several mythological legends. There is the main temple, which is further surrounded by a number of smaller temples. The various smaller temples are for Annapoorneswari, Subramanya, Anandabhairava, Navagraha, Mahaganapathi, and Shaneeshwara. The renowned festivals like Navratri and Shivaratri are celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm here. Four pillars and gopuras crafted in Tamil Nadu style of architecture, decorated with murals further add to the charm of the temple. These showcase scenes from epics of various Goddesses and Gods, mythology as well as a number of legends. The land on which the temple stands has been given the name of ‘Kudre-Valli’, owing to the fact that Tipu Sultan’s horse used to graze on this land. This temple was the dream of Sri Narayan Guru,Mangalore Temple trip Kadri Manjunatha Temple The Kadri Manjunatha Temple is another addition to the list of religious sites that must be explored while in Mangalore. It was built back in the year 1068. The architecture of this temple is an example of a Buddhist influence on the renowned Vijayanagar style. The temple is nestled at the base of the mighty and lush green Kadri Hills. The main idol of the temple is that of Manjunatha. The temple is said to be created back in the 10-century or 11-century. Later, back in the 14-century, the temple was completely converted into a stone structure. The idol of Lord Manjunathaswamy that the temple houses is said to be the oldest in South India. The surroundings of the temple feature a number of small-sized ponds full of water. The idols of a number of idols including that of Machendranath, Shringinath, Manjushri, Gorakanath, Lokeshwara, and Buddha are housed within this temple. The northern side of the temple features a small-sized temple of Lord Ganesha while the western side features a temple of Goddess Durga. Various festivals are celebrated here with enthusiasm. The prominent ones being Karthika Maasa, Ganesha Chaturthi, Kadiruthsava, Navrathri, and many others.Mangalore Temple Trip Mangaladevi Temple Mangaladevi Temple is a temple that houses the idol of Goddess Mangaladevi, a form of Goddess Durga or Goddess Shakti. This massive temple of Durga is visited by a large number of devotees as well as tourists visiting the city each year. It is quite a popular religious site known for its brilliant architecture. Goddess Mangaladevi is said to be powerful and devotees believe that she grants the wishes of all. The temple complex is quite a massive one where the devotees and visitors can sit, meditate as well as a chant as per their desire. The peaceful feeling and divine vibe that one gets here are worth experiencing. It is said that the massive temple was built by Lord Parshuram. Within the community of the Hindus, Goddess Mangaladevi is supremely revered. The name of the city of Mangalore has also been derived from the name of this Goddess. It is believed that back in history, a princess from Malabar had given up her royal living in order to become the disciple of Saint Matsyendranath. She was renamed Mangaladevi. When in Mangalore, she fell sick near Bolar and died. After which the locals constructed this huge temple in her honour and gave it the name of Mangaladevi Temple. The temple has been mostly built in wood and the architecture is in the South Indian style. There are various smaller shrines within the temple complex that are dedicated to various other deities. During various festivals, the upper level of the temple plays the drums, which builds the festive atmosphere and spreads spiritual cheer to all those visiting the shrine. Mangalore temple trip.Mangalore Temple Trip Kateel Durgaparameshwari Temple Kateel Durgaparameshwari Temple is another addition to the list of temples in Mangalore. It is one of the holiest temples in the city. The temple is nestled in the centre of the Nandini River on an isle amidst lush green surroundings. This unique feature of this religious site attracts a number of tourists each year. The surroundings of the temple offer serene views of the landscape, especially during the monsoon months. The temple

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Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar two days trip

Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar two days trip Day – 1 1) Mangaladevi Temple darshanam 2) Bappanadu Durgaparameshwary Temple 3) Kateel Sri Durgaparameshwary Temple 4) Udupi Sri Krishna Mutt 5) Kollur Mookambika Temple visit and stay Day – 2 1) Kollur Mookambika Temple Darshanam 2) Murudeshwar Temple darshanam 3) Murudeshwar beach visit 4) Aanegudda Vinayaka Temple 5) Kadri Manjunath Temple 6) Kudroli Gokarnatha Temple Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple Cabs Most people regularly travel by hiring a Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple Taxi for their devotional and tour needs. It is very important to have a comfortable journey so that you are fresh when you reach a destination to make the maximum out of your trip. Hiring a Taxi from Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple is always the go-to option because a trained driver will take care of driving in traffic while you sit back and relax through Out the journey. MTC cabs Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple cabs will always be economical and suit your budget. MTC cabs is an easy to use web portal that facilitates the booking of Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple car rental service in just a few clicks. Mangalore Travels Corporations is renowned among its customers for providing world-class services at extremely affordable rates for their Cabs from Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple. Make the best use of the services offered by MTC cabs at the best rates & experience the relaxing and trouble-free journey by hiring car rental from Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple at MTC cabs. With over a decade of experience in Travels services, MTC cabs are the best cab service provider in the industry, if you are planning to book Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple car hire services. Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple by taxi The trip from Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple can easily be covered by car in terms of distance and time. You may halt during the trip at your convenience anytime, anywhere and enjoy your short break. Distance between Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple is always a pleasant journey with MTC cabs. Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple Car Rental Options Mangalore Travels Corporations has a large fleet of hatchbacks, sedans and MUVs in its fleet and customers can always select the most suitable car as per their requirement and budget. Rest assured you will have a convenient and enjoyable journey with MTC cabs Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar Temple taxi service. Our courteous Chauffeurs make all efforts to ensure that our customers feel comfortable during the journey. The following table mentions the various taxi options available for booking Cabs from Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple. Cab type & capacity Sedan 4 passengers, Sedans for Small Families Toyota Innova 6/7 passengers Travelling in Small Group Tempo Traveller 12 passengers Traveling in large Group Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple Taxi Fare We assure to get reasonable Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple cab fare at Mangalore Travels Corporation. We make sure that the associated terms and condition declared on our website is exactly what the customer is expected to pay. Below shows the breakup of the taxi fare from Mangalore to Kollur Mookambika: Fare Category What does this include? How is this calculated? Base Fare This includes the fuel and maintenance charges for a designated distance and duration of a particular trip. The base fare is calculated by multiplying the per-kilometre rate for your cab with the minimum assigned kilometres for your trip. Driver Allowance Covers the Driver’s food & lodging expenses. Driver allowance is calculated by multiplying the daily driver allowance with the number of days you engage your cab. GST Goods and Service Tax of 5% that is levied by the Government of India Includes CGST (2.5%) & SGST (2.5%). Additional charges could include: 1. Night driver allowance if the cab and driver are engaged during the night-time (9 PM to 6 AM) 2. Additional kilometres charged if you exceed your designated kilometre quota 3. Additional hours if you exceed your designated duration of cab usage. Apart from the above fare categories, there are no hidden charges in your Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar temple taxi fare. In case you have any queries regarding the rates MTC cabs charges, do not hesitate to reach out to us on +919880797829 / +919741647829. We are available 24X7 to assist you. Do not forget to check our Travel Information pages to get more details like distance from Mangaluru to Kollur Mookambika, restaurant recommendations and other useful information. 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After choosing any of these packages from Mangalore to Kollur Mookambika, you can be assured that you are getting the most efficient rates, the most courteous and experienced drivers, as well as MTC cabs, guaranteed service levels. Customers are provided with options for one way, single day as well as multi-day car packages from Mangalore to Kollur-Murudeshwar.

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