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Temple Tour Udupi Dharamsthala Subramanya Mookambika

Temple tour udupi sringeri mookambika dharamsthala subramanya  annaporneshwar can be visited in three night 4 day from mangalore provided early morning arrival in mangalore . THe Sequence of travel for  pilgrimage tour Udupi-Sringeri-Mookambika-Dharamsthala-Subramanya- Horanadu annaporneshwari, Day one arrive in mangalore and proceed to udupi and visit the famous krishna temple udupi, Day two visit Kollur mookambika temple and proceed to sringeri , Day three Sringeri temple visit and move to horanadu annaporneshwari temple and then proceed to dharamsthala to visit Kalasa Sri Kalaseshwar Temple,manjunath temple, Day four proceed to subramanya and visit Subramanya Sri Adi & Kukke Karthikeya Temple. proceed to mangalore depending flight /train timing visit mangalore temples Kadri Manjunatha Temple, Mangaladevi Temple and Kudroli Gokarnanath Temple .


Situated approximately 60 kms from Mangalore, the Udupi Sri Krishna Temple also known as Krishna Mutt, is one of the most popularc Built in 13the century, Sri Krishna temple has an alluring idol of god adorned with beautiful jewels. The idol was installed by great saint Madhavacharya .Shree Krishna Temple Udipi is first among the seven places of pilgrimages. The unique feature of Shree Krishna Mutt temple is that the Lord is worshipped only through a window with nine holes called the Navagraha Kitiki. The window is exquisitely carved and silver - plated. It has been a tradition in this temple to worship the Lord only through this window.

Sringeri :The name Sringeri is derived from Rishyashringa-giri, a nearby hill that is believed to have contained the hermitage of Rishi Vibhandaka and his son Rishyashringa.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.

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. Sri Dharmasthala which is one of the sacred places in South India and is a famous pilgrim centre. It is situated in the village of Dharmasthala, in Beltangady Taluk of South Kanara district about 75 kms from Mangalore.

Kuke Subrahmanya is situated in the village of Subramanya in Dakshina Kannada.Kukke Subrahmanya, dedicated to Lord Subrahmanya, also called Murugan, is a Hindu temple situated in Subramanya, in the Western Ghats of Karnataka, India. The God Subrahmanya is worshipped for his divine power as a snake as the epics relate that the divine serpent Vasuki and other snakes found safety under God Subrahmanya. It is famous for Sarpa Samsakara or Sarpha Dosha .The Temple is about 105 KM from Mangalore .

 


Itinerary

Itinerary for Sapta Kshetra Darshan

Day 01: Udupi - Malpe - Manipal

Reaching Udupi via Mangalore Airport or Udupi / Mangalore Railway Station, check into the Hotel. After refreshment proceeds to local Sight seeing, visit famous Udupi Sri Krishna Temple, Malpe St. Mary's Island. Post lunch Pajaka Madhwacharya Birth place, Kunjarugiri Sri Durgadevi Temple, Ambalpady Sri Mahakali and Janardhana Temple, Kadiyali Sri Mahisha Mardini Temple. Evening visit Venugopal Swamy Temple and Sunset at End point, Manipal
Overnight Stay at Udupi

Day 02: Murdeshwar - Kollur - Sringeri
Morning check out and visit Saligrama Sri Gurunarasimha Temple, Kota Amrutheshwari Temple, Kumbhashi Sri Vinayaka Temple, Maravante Beach, Murdeshwar Shiva Temple, Beach. Post lunch Kollur Mookambika Temple. Evening Agumbe Sunset point Overnight stay at Sringeri

Day 03: Horanadu - Dharmasthala
Morning visit Sharadamba Temple check out and precede to Horanadu visit famous Annapoorneshwari Temple and get Mahapooja and Prasada at noon. Post lunch proceed to Dharmasthala via visit Kalasa Sri Kalaseshwar Temple, Kudremukh Sceneries, Rama Mandira Sri Rama Temple
Overnight stay at Dharmasthala

Day 04: Subramanya - Mangalore
Morning visit Manjunatha Temple and Bahubali Statue, check out and visit Southadka Vinayaka Temple, Subramanya Sri Adi & Kukke Karthikeya Temple. Post lunch proceed to Mangalore visit Kadri Manjunatha Temple, Mangaladevi Temple and Kudroli Gokarnanath Temple
Return journey from Mangalore/Udupi

Note :Religious tour Karnataka - Udupi -Mookambika- Subramanya- Dharamsthala- Murudeshwar temples can be customised as per Guest preference.

Terms and Condition :-

1) Including Car, Fuel, Driver, Toll,Taxes.

2) Other charges will be applicable by the party ( Food, Hotel. )

3) Rates are subject to change without prior notice as per policy.

3) 100% Advance on Booking .


Access : Mangalore gets flights from some major cities of India and gets even International flights. Mangalore is a major railhead on the Konkan rail route.

By Rail : The train starting from Mumbai to Mangalore(1187 Kms) is MATSYAGANDHA EXPRESS at after noon (14:05).

Distance By Road

Subramanya Temple (100 kms)

Dharmasthala (60 kms Accessible from subramanya)

Karkala (40 kms from Udipi / 50 kms from Mangalore)

Karkala (40 kms from Udipi / 50 kms from Mangalore)

Vinayaka Temple (10 Kms)

Mookambika Temple Kollur (50 kms)

Sringeri Mutt (96 kms)

Annapurneshwari Temple - Horanadu (2 kms

Distance from Bangalore to Mangalore 320 kms

Distance from Mangalore to Udupi 90 kms

Distance from Mangalore to Sringeri 104

Distance from Sringeri to Udupi 86 kms

Distance from Sringeri to Kollur 130 kms

Distance from Udupi to Dharamsthala 110 kms

Distance from Mangalore to Kollur Mookambika 140 kms - 3 hrs drives

Distance from Udupi to Dharmsthala 110 kms

Distance from Udupi to Kollur Mookambika 70 kms

Distance from Udupi to Sringeri Mutt 90 kms

Distance from Dharmsthala to Subramanya 60 kms


Following are temples that can be visited Ex-Udupi / Ex-Mangalore

In and around Udupi town
Shri Krishna Temple, Udupi - 1Kms
Shri Saibaba Temple, Kodavoor - 2Kms
Shri Janardhana & Mahakali Temple, Ambalpady - 1Kms
Shri Venkataramana Temple, Kalyanpur - 2Kms

East of Udupi
Shri Sharadambha Temple, Shringeri - 85Kms
Annaporneshwari Temple - Horanadu - 100 kms
Annaporneshwari Temple - Hosanadu - 50 kms
Jain Temples - Moodbidri and Karkala - 50-60 kms
Shri Durga Parameshwari Temple, Kateel - 45Kms

North of Udupi
Shri Anegudde Vinayak Temple, Kumbashi - 30 Kms
Shri Kotilingeshwara Temple, Kundapura - 35Kms
Shri Kundeshwara Temple, Kundapura - 35Kms
Shri Agashehwara Temple, Kirimanjeshwar - 60Kms
Shri Shankaranarayana Temple, Shankarnarayana - 61Kms
Mookambika Temple Kollur - 70 kms
Murdeshwar Shiva Temple, Murdeshwar - 100 kms
Gokarna Shiva Temple, Gokarna - 190 kms

South of Udupi on Mangalore Route

Shri Durga Parameshwari Temple, Bappanadu - 30Kms

Following are temples that can be visited Ex-Mangalore

Dharmasthala - Manjunathaswamy Temple - 75 kms from Mangalore (Bahubali temple and Rama temple are there as well around Dharamasthala)

Subhramanya - Kukke Subhramanya Temple - 130 kms from Mangalore

Temples/ Churches in City of Mangalore - Gokarnanatha, Kadri Manjunatha, Mangaladevi Temple, St. Aloysius church

Shri Anantha Padmanabha Temple, Kudupu - 69 Kms from Udupi and 10 kms from Mangalore on the Mangalore - Moodbidri road.

 





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