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Book Now Mangalore to  Murudeshwar –  Kolur  –  Gokarna – Dharmastala – 4 Days Trip Day-1 Mangalore Mangaladevi Temple KadriManjunatha Temple Mangalore Beach BappanaduDurgaparameshwary Temple Udupi Shree Krisna Mutt AaneguddaVinayaka Temple Maravante Beach MurudeshwarTemple and Beach Stay @ Murudeshwar Day-2 IdagubjiMahagnapati Temple GokarnaAatmalinga Temple Kollur Mookambika Stay @ Kollur Day-3 Sringeri Sharadamba temple HoranduAnnapoorneshwary Temple Shree Ram Mandhir DharmastalaManjunatha Temple Stay @ Dharmastala Day-4 Dahrmastala Manjunatha Temple Southd kaVinayaka Temple Kukke Subrahmanya AadiSubrahmanya KudroliGokarnatha Temple 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. Panambur Beach: Panambur Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Mangaluru city in coastal Karnataka. Known to be one of the safest and well-maintained beaches, it is also famous for its dramatic sunset. The beach has activities like Jet Skiing, boating, chariot rides and many more. One can enjoy long camels, horse rides as well. Other attractions include Jet Ski rides, boating, dolphin viewing, and food stalls and is also known for its highly skilled and trained lifeguards who patrol the beach to ensure visitor safety. The International Kite Festival is organised every two years at Panambur Beach and is attended by tourists from all across the country. The district administration of Dakshina Kannada also organises a beach festival as part of the famous “Karavali Utsav” which translates to Coastal festival. The beach is an essential landmark to the location of Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers Factory and Kudremukh Iron Ore Factory. Bappanadu Durgaparameshwary Temple: The 800-year-old Bappanadu Durga Parameshwari Temple is situated on the banks of the Shambhavi River in Mulki, Karnataka. The main deity of this temple is Goddess Shree Durgaparameshwari. The temple is said to be built by a Muslim merchant. The eligibility of Muslims for accepting the prasad of the temple is one of the special features of the Kshethra. Muslims also participate in temple festivals. Even today the prasad on the very first day of the festival is given to the house of Bappa Beary. The temple has been believed to be built by a Muslim merchant called Bappa. The merchant once while crossing the river Shambhavi gets to see a blood-stained river and his boat stops in between. The frightened merchant looks around and to his surprise, he hears a divine voice and asks him to seek the help of Jain ruler Mulki Swantha and build a temple for her. Hence, the name of the village is called Bappanadu and the temple is famous as Bappanadu Durga Parameshwari. The Temple is also famous for its Bappanadu Dolu, a large drum featured at the entrance of the temple. The beating of the drums during the annual festival of the temple is an important factor of celebration. Bappanadu Dolu is well known for its beating all over Karnataka. A Yakshagana, “Bappanadu Kshethra Mahatme”, frequently staged by the local troupes for the last 40 years, features Bappa Beary and the story of the temple that he helped build. Udupi Shree Krishna Mutt: Udupi Shri Krishna Temple is a well-known historic Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna and Dvaita Matha located in the city of Udupi in Karnataka, India. The Matha area resembles a living Aashram, a holy place for daily devotion and living. The unique feature of the Udupi Krishna Mandir is that the Lord is not seen directly, but through a silver-plated window with nine holes called the Navagraha Kitiki. Udupi Sri Krishna temple and Matha were founded by the saint JagadguruSri Madhwacharya during the 13th century. He also founded the Dwaita school of Vedanta. It is believed that Madhwacharya found the idol of Sri Krishna in a large ball of gopichandana, a kind of sandalwood. As told by Sri Madhwacharya, in his Tantrasara Sangraha, the Vigraha is placed Pashchimabhimukha, which means facing west. Also, All the other Vigrahas in other Ashta Muthas face west as well. This is another interesting part of the Udupi Krishna temple story. It is believed that through a small window, Lord Krishna gave darshan to his ardent devotee, saint Kanakadasa. According to legend, Kanakadasa belonged to a low caste and was not allowed entry to the temple. But with courage, Kanakadasa went behind the temple and offered his prayers to the Lord through a small hole in the back wall. Pleased with the dedication, the statue of Lord Krishna turned around to give him darshan. This hole came to be known as Kanakana Kindi. Aanegudda Vinayaka Temple: Aanegudda village is located at a distance of 9 km south of Kundapura, in Udupi District. Aanegudda Vinayaka Temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha.Aanegudda is also popularly called Kumbashi. The name Kumbashi is said to be derived from the demon Kumbhasura. According to mythology, when

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We offer a discount on pre-booking. We focus mainly on quality, thus quality is guaranteed from our end. We are available 24X7 for your service. Feel free to contact us @ 9880797829 / 9741647829  anytime. Travel with your trusted travels in Mangalore  TRIP ADVISOR Travels in Mangalore Facebook link About Mangalore now known as Mangaluru Mangaluru is not just a hometown!!!! It’s a feeling, it’s an emotion. As of 2017, Mangaluru has a 6,80,740 population. It is the only city in the world that has nine names. Mangaluru is called Mangalore in English, Mangaluru in Kannada, Kudla in Tulu, Kodial in Konkani, Maikala in Beary, Mangalapuram in Malayalam, Manjuran in Sanskrit, Kaudal in Urdu, and Manjiloree in Arabic. Mangaluru is one of the most cosmopolitan non-metro cities of India. Mangaluru was named after the deity Mangaladevi. According to local legend, a princess from Malabar named Premaladevi renounced her kingdom and became a disciple of Matsyendranath. Having converted Premaladevi to the Nath sect, Matsyendranath renamed her Mangaladevi. After her death, the Mangaladevi temple was consecrated in her honour by the local people. Thus the city got its name from the temple. The Mangaluru Dasara (Tulu: Marnemi), is a festival in the Indian city of Mangalurue organized by Kudroli Shri Gokarnanatheshwara Temple.[1] It is also referred to as the Navarathri Festival, Vijayadashami. The tiger dance, lion dance and bear dance are the main attractions. The city is decorated with lights for the 10 days of the occasion. K.S. Rao Road during Dasara Gangavatharana, Kudroli People decorate their houses and businesses, shops, hotels, etc. Most of the roads in Mangaluru such as M.G Road, K.S Rao Road, GHS Road are decorated for the procession. The image of Mangaluru City Corporation building decorated with colourful and bright lights makes for spectacular viewing. The celebration was the centre of attraction during the Navrathri festival. Navrathri and Shivarathri are the two big festivals celebrated at Gokarnanatheshwara Temple. Royal Tiger dance (Tulu: Pilivesa, Kannada: Hulivesha) is a folk dance performed during Dasara. Typically young males form troops of five to ten. They are costumed like tigers and use a band with two or three drummers. They roam around the streets and houses. The tiger dance is performed to honour the goddess Sharada, whose favoured animal is the tiger. During Navaratri, various idols along with Sharada Devi will be installed by the priests at Swarna Kalamantapa amidst the chanting of hymns and performance of Vedic rituals. In these nine days of celebrations, the decorated idols of Sharada Devi along with Mahaganapati and Nava Durga will be worshipped. Mangaluru’s St. Aloysius College Chapel is said to be one of the most beautiful in the country. The walls and ceiling are covered with frescoes painted by an Italian Jesuit priest in the 19th century. Kambala, held from December to February is a unique festival in Mangaluru. When the paddy fields are full of water, the Buffaloes are brought sleek and shining for this very important event in the year’s calendar. Water and mud spraying all over, the buffaloes charge off towards the finish line… Panambur Port is India’s ninth-largest cargo-handling port. The Sultan Battery in Mangaluru was built in 1784 by Tipu Sultan to defend the city from enemy warships entering the Gurupura river. There are many dance forms and folks are still practised in the city. Traditional dances like ‘Yakshanga’, ‘Pilivesha’ and many other dances are performed during the festivals like Dussehra and Janmashtami. The Government of India has planned to make Mangaluru a startup district with 20 tinkering labs and incubation centres. The startups aim at providing solutions in agriculture, health, education and information technology. The first startup incubation centre in Dakshina Kannada district is will be established at Mallikatta in Mangaluru. The government of Karnataka has planned to make Mangaluru an Animation hub for the State. Mangalore Travels

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