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Temples in Coastal Karnataka you can't miss

Temples in Coastal Karnataka you can't miss
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All these temples have long standing history and the power of these gods and goddesses are feared and respected by the devotees. In this article, let us familiarize ourselves with some of the prominent temples in the region. On your next visit to Karnataka, do not forget to seek divine blessing from these places.


Temples in Coastal Karnataka you can
Mookambika Devi Temple in Kollur is about 130 km from Mangaluru and 440 km from state capital Bengaluru.


Temples in Coastal Karnataka you can
Udupi is considered as the final resting place of Lord Krishna. Sri Krishna Temple and matha was set up in the 13th century by Madhvacharya. 


Temples in Coastal Karnataka you can
Goddess Saraswati resides in Sringeri, a temple town some 100 km away from Mangaluru and 330 km from Bengaluru. 


Temples in Coastal Karnataka you can
The gigantic temple of Lord Shiva Murudeshwara is visible from a distance. This is the second tallest Shiva statue in the world (tallest one being in Nepal).


Temples in Coastal Karnataka you can
This temple is situated at a distance of just about 20 km from Mangaluru is the popular Durgaparameshwari Temple in Katee.


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