Puja Offering In Krishna Temple

The day's activity commences exactly at 4 a.m. with the blowing of the conch and the beating of the 'Nagari' in the gopuram outside the Mutt premises. With this the Swamiars and other employees of the Mutt wake up, attend to their ablutions and take their bath.

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Sri Krishna Mutt

Udupi 60 Kms north of Mangalore is the seat of Lord Krishna, considered to be one of the holiest places for pilgrimage in southern India. Here there is a holy temple of Sri Krishna and this is the birthplace of Sri Madhwacharya, founder of Dwaita Philosophy and one of the three great Acharyas.

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Sapta Kshetra Tour 3 Night 4 Day

Sapta Kshetra Darshan Tour covers 7 Holy Places in Karnataka - Udupi krishna temple , Kollur Mookambika, Sringeri Sharadaamba ,Horanadu Annaporneshwari, Dharmasthala Manjunatha, Kuke Subramanya, Mangalore Mangaladevi.

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