Bangalore, Coorg, Tala kavery , Udupi,Sringeri, Hornadu
Arrive Bangalore and proceed to Coorg
Upon arrival in Bangalore our executive will meet you and pick you up and proceed to visit Kukke Subramanya. Check and overnight at hotel
Kukke Subramanya Temple,
The Kukke Subrahmanya Temple is a famous Hindu temple that is located in Karnataka, India. Lord Kartikeya, who is the lord of all serpents, is worshipped here as Lord Subrahmanya. It is located in the heart of the village of Subrahmanya, in the Sullia Taluk of Dakshina Kannada, and is surrounded by the beauty and glories of nature on all sides. If seen geographically, Shesha Parvatha, a mountain shaped like a six-headed cobra, adjacent to Kumara Parvatha seems to protect the temple.
The Kukke Subrahmanya Temple is considered to be the abode of 'nagas', and pooja or prayer here is offered to Lord Subrahmanya, along with the serpent king Vasuki.
Talacauvery is the source of the river Kaveri, located on the Brahmagiri hill (not to be confused with the Brahmagiri range further south) near Bhagamandala in Kodagu district, Karnataka.
On the Cauvery changrandi day, thousands of pilgrims and tourists flock by the stream to witness the rise of the spring's fountainhead, when the river water gushes up at a predetermined moment. One can climb the 407 steps to the top of the hill to get a birds-eye-view of the evergreen forested land and the misty hills of Coorg.
Back to Hotel & Overnight
After breakfast proceed to visit Tala kavery
Madikeri is a major destination of tourists visiting Talacauvery (Talakaveri), situated at a distance of about 48 km away at an altitude of 1525 m above the sea level.
Madikeri hill station was named as Muddurajakeri, after its founder Muddu Raja, the prince of the Haleri dynasty, in 1681. Madikeri, known also as the Scotland of India, is the district headquarters ofCoorg.
The prime attractions of Madikeri are Omkareshwara Temple, Madikeri Fort, Raja's seat, Raja's Tomb, Abbey falls and many more
Namdroling Monastery is a popular destination of tourists visiting Talacauvery (Talakaveri), which is located at Bylakuppe town of Coorg District of Karnataka. Bylakuppe is considered among the largestTibetansettlementsinIndia.
The story of the Manjunatha Temple goes all the way back to 800 years. The village of Dharmasthala was then known as Kuduma and was home to a Jain couple Birmanna Pergade and his wife Ammu Ballalthi, who lived in a house called Neliyadi Beedu.
Later proceed to check into hotel .Overnight stay at hotel
After breakfast proceed to visit Udupi.
Considered to be one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in South India, the Krishna Temple or the Udupi Sri Krishna Matha is quite a huge name associated with the worship of Lord Krishna. The fascinating idol of the Lord is adorned with jewels and a golden chariot.
This place is affectionately called as the Mathura of Southern India. The temple bears a resemblance to a living ashram, fostering daily life and devotion. It is also the birthplace of Daasa Sahitya, a Udupi form of literature.
Mookambika Temple is dedicated to Aadiprakarshakti, believed to embody the powers of three goddesses, Goddess Saraswati, Goddess Mahakali and Maha Lakshmi. The sanctum sanctorum houses a Linga represents Purusha as well as Shakti and is called the Udbhavlinga.
Anegudde Vinayak Temple,
Anegudde Vinayak Temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesh, who helped Sage Agasthya kill a demon named Kumbhasura, when he was performing penance to help the draught struck village. The idol of the deity is a stunning 12-foot tall naturally found in the form of an elephant.
Devoted to Lord Shiva, this temple must be visited by all devotees before visiting the Krishna Temple.
Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Ananteshwar Temple is an ancient 8th century temple believed to be the oldest in the region. The temple complex also houses Chandramouleshwara and Krishna Temples. The main shrine is made of stone and has a recently installed silver door frame. A Hindu philosopher, Madhavacharya, trained and taught his disciples in the temple complex.
After the visit ,drive towards Sringeri and overnight stay at hotel
Visit Sarada Sringeri Peetham, Horanadu Annapporni
After breakfast,proceed to visit Sringeri
Also known as the Sharadamba Temple, it was established by Acharya Sri Shankara Bhagavatpada. It is devoted to the Goddess Sharadamba.
It has been reconstructed in a South Indian style of architecture and features multiple stone pillars replete with carvings of various Goddesses.
Sringeri Mutt, Sringeri
The famous Adi Shankara, regarded as the greatest reformer and most inspirational teacher of the 'samartha', established Sringeri Mutt in the 8th century AD. Erected on the banks of the Tunga River, Sringeri Mutt is a rustic ancient temple with a lot of history attached to it.
Torana Ganapati Temple,
As the name suggests, this temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha who is worshipped here in the forms of Kshipra Varaprasadi and Vara Prasadi.
Home to the Adi-Shaktyamaka Shri Annapoorneshwari Temple, this holy city attracts pilgrims and Hindu devotees.
The temple is dedicated to Annapoorneshwari, represented by a pure gold statue within the temple. The blessings of this deity grant abundance of food for the devotee.
After the visit Drive to Hornadu check in and overnight at hotel
After breakfast proceed to sightseeing of Hornadu . later drive to Bangalore airport for Departure
Kalaseeshwara Temple, Horanadu
Situated 92 km south west of Chikmagalur in Kalasa, this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, surrounded on three sides by the river Bhadra. The marriage of Shiva-Parvathi is celebrated here every year.
Being an agriculture town, Kalasa is rich in tea, coffee and spices production. Kalaseeshwara is the main temple of the town, but there are other small temples nearby worth visiting such as - Girijamba Temple - Hanuman Temple - Venkataramana Temple - Ranjal Mahalakshmi Temple - Vasishta Ashrama - Shree Chandranatha Swamy Temple…
After the visit have lunch and leave for Bangalore around 2.00pm for departure
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