Category Archives: Temples In Karnataka

Sri Manjunatha Temple, Dharmasthala :History Architecture,significance

Sri Manjunatha Temple, Dharmasthala

Sri Manjunatha Temple, Dharmasthala Sri Manjunatha Temple, in Dharmasthala, Karnataka, is about 800 years old with a pleasing environment dedicated to Bhagwan Shiva. There is a soul-stirring beauty about the temple which extends into its serene surroundings. But what does Dharmasthala mean? It means the “Adobe of Dharma”, representing the essence and nucleus of humanity […]

Hampi VirupakshaTemple:History,Architectur,Temple Timing

Hampi Virupaksha Temple

Introduction:  Virupaksha TempleLocated on the banks of the Tungabhadra river in Karnataka, Hampi stands proudly for its rich historical significance. Around 1500 AD, the city had sheltered as the capital of the great Vijayanagara empire. Popular as the city of ruins, Hampi, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, is enveloped by the abysses of […]

Kollur Mookambika Temple: Mythology, History, Significance, Timings

Kollur Mookambika

India is a country full of temples and the most are in South India. Kollur Mookambika is one such temple in Kollur in Udupi District in Karnataka. The temple is located 80 km from Udupi and 135 km from Mangalore. The famous pilgrimage site is near the valley of Kodachadri peak, on the southern bank […]

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