Thrissur Pooram, known as the festival of festivals is one of the spectacular events in Kerala at Vadakumnathan temple, Thrissur, Kerala.
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Vittalapindi Mahotsava in Udupi Sri Krishna Temple Sri Krishna Leelotsava festival, popularly called as “Vittal Pindi”, in Udupi. Mosaru Kudike is one of the major attractions of Vittal Pindi. Vittal Pindi is one of the major festivals in Udupi, which houses the 800-year-old Sri Krishna Math. It was in this temple that the exponent of Read more about Vittalapindi Mahotsava in Udupi Sri Krishna Temple[…]
Kottiyur temple, located in Kannur district is famous for its annual festival. The annual festival here is held at the two temple premises, located on opposite sides of Bavali river, that are known as Akkare Kottiyur and Ikkare Kottiyur.
Lands Flavour Resort Lands Flavour Resort is about 10 minutes drive on NH48. This is run by the Kamath who owns Natural Ice Cream. Raghunandan is a nature lover, who has set up his dream project, “Lands Flavour Resort”, by the side of Mangalore-Bantwal national highway in Adyar village, which is designed to introduce to Read more about Lands Flavour Resort – Mangalore-Bantwal National Highway (NH48) in Adyar Village[…]
Udupi Sri Krishna Temple Udupi is a divine shrine in the coastal region of Western Ghats. Udupi Sri Krishna Temple situated about 60 kms from Mangalore, it is a fairly large and upcoming town that was sanctum of Madhvacharya, the great Sanskrit Philosopher. The famous temple here, has a fascinating idol of Lord Krishna that Read more about Udupi Sri Krishna Temple[…]
South Kanara, ageless in its natural splendor and its famous historical wonders, and is rightly called the tropical paradise of Karnataka. Besides, no where else in India, one comes across so many temples and shrines as in South Kanara. Here are some of the places of visit ST. MARY’S ISLAND St. Mary’s Islands are a Read more about Places of Visit in and around Mangalore[…]
Kolluru Mookambika Temple Kolluru Mookambika Temple (Or Kollur) is situated 40km from Kundapura town and about 140 km away from Mangalore City in Karnataka state in Southern part of India. Kolluru village lies at the foot of the Western Ghats, and is famous for the Mookambika temple, a Hindu pilgrim center. Legend goes that a Read more about Kolluru Mookambika Temple[…]
Mulki Bappanadu Durgaparameshwari Temple is situated on the banks of the Shambhavi river and was built by a Jain king, as per the wishes of a Muslim merchant. History has it that Bappa Beary was responsible for the construction of this temple. Locals have an interesting story to tell about this merchant. When the merchant Read more about Mulki Bappanadu Durgaparameshwari Temple[…]