Six Days Mangalore Temple Trip

Six Days Mangalore Temple Trip / Tour Day-1 Mangalore Mangaladevi KadriManjuntha Temple Someshwar Beach and Temple PilikulaNisargadhama Mangalore Beach KudroliGokarnatha temple Stay @ Mangalore   Day-2 KateelDuragaparameshwary temple BappanaduDuragaparameshwary temple Udupi Shree Krishna Mandhir AaneguddaVinayaka Temple Maravante beach Murudeshwar temple Stay @ Murudeshwar Day-3 IdagunjiMahaganapati Temple Om Bech GokarnaAatmalinga temple Aatmalinga temple KollurMookambika temple Stay @ Kollur Day4 KollurMookambika Aagumbe viewpoint SringeriSharadamba temple KalashaKalasheshwara temple HoranaduAnnapoorneshwary temple Stay @ Horanadu Day -5 Beloor Halebeedu Shree Ram Mandhir DharmastalaManjunatha Temple Stay @ Dharmastlala Day-6 SouthdkaVenayka Temple KukkeSubrahmanya AadiSubrahmanya Mangalore Drop Day-1 Mangalore Mangaladevi Temple: The Mangaladevi Temple is a Hindu temple at Bolara in the city of Mangalore in the Indian state of Karnataka, situated about three km southwest of the city centre. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu god Shakti in the form of Mangaladevi. The city of Mangalore is named after the presiding deity, Mangaladevi. The architecture of the temple is based on the typical Kerala-style temples. It is ideal to visit the temple and witness the Navaratri festival celebrations. The temple is of significant antiquity and is believed to have been built during the 9th century by Kundavarman, the most famous king of the Alupa dynasty during the 9th century, under the patronage of Matsyendranath. As per another legend, the temple is believed to have been built by Parashurama, one of the ten avatars of the Hindu god Vishnu and later expanded by Kundavarman. Kadri Manjunatha Temple: Kadri Manjunatha Temple of Sri Manjunatha is located in Kadri, Mangalore .This happens to be one of the oldest temples in India. The overall location is extremely spiritual and calm. Kadri Manjunatha Temple is one of the best examples of religious harmony, where people from two faiths, Hinduism and Buddhism worship together with the deity of Lord Shiva as Lord Manjunatha. The temple is a complete depiction of early Vijayanagara architecture dating back to the 10th and 11th centuries AD. Someshwara Temple and Beach: Someshwara beach is located near Mangalore, and it’s an ancient Shiva temple the beach beside the temple is a neat and tidy one. Someshwara beach is located in Ullal at the confluence of the Netravati River and the Arabian Sea. The name ‘Someshwara beach’ is derived from the name of Lord Somanatha, whose temple is located on the sea shore dating back centuries. The beach is more preferred for walking or sunbathing, as the hidden rocks and currents along this stretch of coast make this beach unsuitable for swimming. Pilikula Nisargadhama: Pilikula Development Authority is a major eco-education and tourism development project promoted by the District Administration of Dakshina Kannada in the beautiful city of Mangaluru in Karnataka State, India Pilikula has many attractions of cultural, educational and scientific interest. The park is spread over an area of 370 acres comprising a tropical forest and the enchanting Pilikula Lake. The project presently includes a Biological Park, Arboretum, a Science Centre, a Lake Park with Boating Centre, a Water Amusement Park and a Golf Course. The Pilikula Biological Park is one of the major attractions of Pilikula Nisarga Dhama. The park has an area of 150 acres. In accordance with prevailing laws, the Central Zoo Authority of India has recognized the park as a major zoo. There is a zoo featuring several wild animals. The animals are not kept in cages but are in the open, with more natural barriers, such as wide trenches or wire mesh, to separate them from visitors. There are tigers, leopards, bears and other wild animals inside the park. There is also a variety of snakes and birds in the zoo. Pilikula has a huge lake encircled by gardens. Swans and ducks swim in the lake and sometimes occupy the gardens. Boating facilities are available in the lake. Tannir Bavi Beach: Tannirbhavi is one of the popular beaches in Mangalore city, and comes second in popularity next to Panambur beach. Tannirbhavi beach also has some basic facilities like lifeguards, toilets, a parking lot, a couple of small eateries and concrete benches. One can sit under the green trees and lose track of time while enjoying the scenic beauty of the place. This beach is a safe place for beach activities with family, thanks to the presence of lifeguards and large crowds. The beach is deserted and an ideal spot for swimming and is shallow near the shore and relatively safe for kids. The soft golden sand and the breezy winds flowing down from the Arabian Sea offer a much more memorable experience.  This is a favourite spot for many of the travellers visiting here. Kudroli Gokarnatha Temple: The Kudroli Gokarnatha Temple, Mangalore, was built in the year 1912. It is dedicated to Gokarnanatha, a form of Lord Shiva. This temple was consecrated by Sri Narayana Guru for the Billava community. . Narayana Guru with his knowledge and experience in spirituality became the ideal guide and guru for the billavas to help them build a temple of their deity, Lord Shiva. Adhyaksha Koragappa then gave the necessary land and funds to build this temple in 1912 seeking blessings and spiritual guidance of Shri Narayana Guru The sacred Shiva Linga was brought by Shri Narayana Guru who himself consecrated it in the new temple. The Navaratri celebration of this temple is popularly called Mangalore Dasara. In addition to idols of Sharada Matha and Maha Ganapathi, life-size idols of Nava Durgas are installed in the premises in an attractive way during Navaratri. All these idols are grandly worshipped for nine days of Navaratri. On the tenth day, these idols are taken in the grand procession of Mangalore Dasara throughout the city; the procession returns to Gokarnanatha Kshethra on the next Stay @ Mangalore Day-2 Kateel Durgaparameshwari Temple: Kateel Durga Parameshwari Temple is an ancient temple dedicated to Goddess Shakti located in Kateel, Karnataka. The Temple is situated on an islet formed naturally in the middle of the river Nandini. Thousands of devotees visit Kateel every day to seek blessings from goddess Durga Parameshwari. The

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