Monday, October 19, 2020

Udupi

The lush green mountains on the east and the beaches on the west. Travel through NH 17 welcomes you to the most sacred and beautiful land in the Karnataka State, Udupi. The hospitality, love and affection and concern of the people of this land creates very homely atmosphere for the people who visit here from different places. Udupi, the cultural and spiritual capital of Karnataka is the seat of education, banking and healthcare. Known as the temple town, Udupi was carved out from Dakshina Kannada district. Consisting of three taluks Udupi, Kundapura and Karkala, Udupi is the most sacred land where the proponent of Dwaitha Philosophy Sri Madhwacharya born and spread the messages of Dwaitha philosophy. The place is the land of Lord Krishna who is centre of attraction here.

Udupi district spread between the rich Western Ghats on the east and roaring Arabian sea on the west, is known for its temples, architecture, wood carving, the beaches, the stone carving, Yakshagana, the theatre art form and also for quality education. The land being calm and quite since ages has led to the flourish of many art forms. Many artistes, writers and different cultures have originated from this place. People of this beautiful land are known for their peace loving and co-operative nature. While Tulu is the mother tongue of large number of netizens here, Kannada is the official language. As the place is situated in the Konkan belt, Konkani is also being spoken by large sum of people.

Besides its spiritual and cultural aspect, the land has recorded remarkable growth in banking and healthcare too. The Manipal institutes and other hospitals in Udupi and educational institutions here have been doing yeoman service in the field of health care and education. Various institutions are also involved in enhancing knowledge of public in various aspects of fine arts and literature.

Temples in Udupi

Kunjarugiri Sri Parashurama Temple

The story of Assassination of Kshatriya by Parashurama, the incarnation of Vishnu is well known. He conquered the Kshatriyas for 21 times...
Temples in Udupi

Ambalpady

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"DARSHANA" - CONSULTATION TROUGH ORACLE Consultation of deities through an oracle popularly known as DARSHANA is a time-honored religious practice of this...
Sri Krishna Temple Udupi

Anegudde Vinayaka Temple

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Kumbhashi, about nine kms to the south of Kundapur, is famous for its two Temples, namely, Mahalingeshwara and Anegudde Vinayaka. The name...
Temples in Udupi

Batte Vinayaka Temple, Barkur

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Batte Vinayaka Temple is one of the oldest shrines of the district. This Temple attracts large number of devotees on Sankashtahara Chaturdashi,...
Sri Krishna Temple Udupi

Daily Puja at Udupi Sri Krishna

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The day's activity commences exactly at 4 a.m. with the blowing of the conch and the beating of the 'Nagari' in the...
Temples in Udupi

Dharmasthala

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Dharmasthala Sri Manjunatha Temple is perhaps the most highly revered and best-known temple town in Karnataka. Located amidst the picturesque Western Ghats...
Temples in Udupi

Dharmika Punaruthana Seva Mandali

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Dharmo Rakshathi Rakshitha - is a saying well known in the Hindu culture. In the recent age the popularity of television and Cable...
Sri Krishna Temple Udupi

Festivals in Sri Krishna Temple

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Seven Utsavas The Saptosava or the seven Utsavas can be considered to be the annual festival in Sri Krishna...
Temples in Udupi

Kadiyali Sri Mahishamardini Temples

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Kadiyali Mahishamardini Temple of Udupi is one of the oldest temples in the district of South Kanara and has a history of...
Kapu Marigudi

Kapu Marigudi

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The devotion of goddess mari was commenced in Tulunadu during 17th century. Basappa Nayaka, one of the prominant rulers of Keladi royal...
Temples in Udupi

Kateel

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Sri Durgaparameshwari Temple, Kateel During the early part of Kaliyuga, the good earth was struck by famine and pestilence....

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