Sapta Kshetra Tour From Bangalore
Sapta Kshetra Tour From Bangalore Tour covers 7 Holy Places of Karnataka - Udupi, Kollur, Sringeri, Horanadu, Dharmasthala, Subramanya, Mangalore.
Udupi is known for the Krishna Mutt (Temple of Lord Krishna) and also native place of the Vaishnavite saint Shri Madhvacharya who founded the Krishna Mutt in the 13th century.Udupi is getting modernized day by day retaining its image as a pilgrimage centre.
Mookambika temple is an ancient temple located at Kollur in Karnataka. It is the only temple that is dedicated to goddess Parvathi and believed to be created by Parashurama. The Goddess Mookambika is in the form of Jyotir-Linga incorporating both Shiva and Shakthi. Mookambika is regarded as a manifestation of Shakti, Saraswathi and Mahalakshmi.
Sringeri - According to legend, Adi Shankaracharya is said to have selected the site as the place to stay and teach his disciples, because when he was walking by the Tunga river, he saw a cobra with a raised hood, providing shelter from the hot sun, to a frog about to spawn. Impressed with the place where natural enemies had gone beyond their instincts, he stayed here for twelve years
Horanadu - The deity at the Annapoorneshwari Temple at Hornadu is Annapurneshwari. It is believed that a person who seeks the goddess' blessings would never have any scarcity for food in life. It is believed that Lord Shiva once had a curse and that this curse was reversed when the lord visited Goddess Annapoorna and sought her blessings.
Dharmasthala : Situated on the banks of river Nethravathi and surrounded by the lush green forests and hills of Malnad, Dharmasthala is known for it's beautiful surroundings and Sri Manjunathaswamy Temple. In Dharmasthala, charity is a way of life, extended to all without discrimination.
Subramanya - Set amidst the beauty of nature in village Subramanya is the Subramanya temple. Here Lord Subrahmanya is worshipped as the lord of all serpents. The epics relate that the divine serpent Vasuki and other serpents found refuge under Lord Subrahmanya when threatened by Garuda.
Mangalore - The Mangaladevi Temple is at Bolara in the city of Mangalore, India, situated about three km southwest of the city centre. The temple dates back to the ninth century. The Goddess Mangaladevi gives the city of Mangalore its name. She is the main deity of the Mangaladevi Temple at Bolar, Mangalore. The temple was built in memory of the princess of Malabar Mangale in the 10th century. Mangala is worshiped as Shakti.
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