Karnataka Mukti Kshetra Tour Package
Religiously prominent sanctuaries of Lord Muktinath (Parshuram) are known as Mukti Shetras. The 7 well known mukti shetras Kukke Subrahmanya, Kodeshwara, Kumbashi, Udupi, Kollur, Gokarna, and Shankaranarayana together make Parshuram Khsetra. The sanctuaries worked in these districts are compositionally flawless and offer vacationers a peacefulness that one can discover seldom in the nation. Besides, the religious significance of these sanctuaries makes it an incredible spot to visit for the otherworldly individuals and history buffs.
This 04 Nights and 05 Days schedule takes the visitors to an extensive and engrossing voyage through Mukti Shetras. The real destinations secured in this schedule are Kukke Subrahamanya, Dhramasthala, Kateel, Kumbashi, Udupi, Halebid, Belur, Kalasa, Shankarnayana, Murudeshwara, Gokarna, Idagunji, Horanadu, Sringeri, and Kollur. Going to the grand and peaceful sanctuaries in these destinations is termed as the significant highlight of the outing to the Mukti Shetras in Karnataka. Going to these sanctuaries makes the otherworldly travelers get absorbed deep sense of being and quietness in the meantime!
Day 01: Bangalore - Kukke Subrahmanya - Dharmasthala – Kateel
On coming to at Bangalore airplane terminal/railroad station, meet out visit agent who will be there for your welcome and drive to Kateel. On the way, we will stop at Kukke Subrahmanya and Dharmasthala to visit their old sanctuaries. A short time later, drive to our last destination i.e. Kateel. On achieving, check in at the effectively reserved lodging and appreciate an unwinding overnight sit tight.
Kukke Subrahmanya is a well known religious focus that is encompassed by rich green woods and slopes. Situated on the banks of the Kukke Subrahmanya Kumaradhara River, it is a perfect spot to support your otherworldly existence.
Dharmasthala is the heavenly habitation Hindu fans. The significant fascination of this spot is the Sri Manjunathaswamy Temple where one can have a darshan of Lord Manjunatha Swamy (Shiva).
Day 02: Kateel - Udupi - Kumbashi - Kodeshwara – Gokarna
We will wake up at a young hour in the morning and inspire prepared to visit Durgaparameshwari Temple, one of the well known sanctuaries of Kateel arranged on the bank of Nandini River to offer petitions to Goddess Durgaparameshwari. A while later, we will return back to the lodging for breakfast. Appreciate heavenly breakfast and look at from the lodging in Kateel and leave by street for Gokarna. In transit, we will stop at Udupi to visit its well known Sri Krishna Temple and other prevalent sanctuaries found close-by, for example, Chandramouleshwara Temple and Anantheshwara sanctuary. In the wake of going to these sanctuaries, we will proceed with drive to Gokarna. In transit again we will enjoy a short reprieve to visit Kodeshwara and Kumbashi sanctuary. On achieving, we will check in at the officially reserved lodging and take joy of an agreeable overnight sit tight.
Day 03: Gokarna - Murudeshwara - Kollur Mookambika
Today, we will again wake up at a young hour in the morning and inspire prepared to visit Mahabaleshwara Temple, one of the well known sanctuaries of Gokarna. From that point, we will make a beeline for Tamra Gowri and Ganapathi sanctuary at Gokarna. In the wake of going to these sanctuaries and offering supplications, we will return back to the lodging for breakfast. Appreciate flavorful breakfast and inspire prepared to look at from the lodging and drive to Kollur Mookambika. On the way, we will stop at Murudeshwara and visit the Murudeshwara sanctuary. A short time later, we will proceed with our drive to Kollur. On achieving, check in at the effectively reserved inn and motivate prepared to visit the well known Mookambika sanctuary of the town. Later, we will return back to the inn to have an agreeable overnight remain.
The Mahabaleshwar sanctuary is one of the sacred spots of Gokarna. It protects the Atma Linga of Lord Shiva. As indicated by the legend, the Atma Linga was given to Demon King Ravana by Lord Shiva to make his kingdom a brilliant post.
Murudeshwara town is situated on the shoreline of the Arabian Sea. It is well known for the Lord Murudeshwara Temple, second tallest statue of Lord Shiva on the planet and 20 storied Gopuram which is worked at the sanctuary.
Day 04: Kollur - Shankaranayana - Sringeri – Horanadu
Today after early morning shower, we will leave to visit Sri Mookambika Temple at Kollur, a blessed site amongst Hindu lovers. After darshan, we will return back to the inn for breakfast and from there on, look at from the lodging to leave by street for Horanadu. In transit, we will stop to visit Shankaranarayana Temple, one of the uncommon sanctuaries to see the conjunction of Lord Narayana (Vishnu) and Lord Shankara (Shiva). A short time later, we will make a beeline for Sringeri, which is arranged on the banks of Tunga River and is the primary mutt site set up by Adi Shankaracharya. Vidya Shankara Temple and Sri Sharadamba Temple are the significant fascination of Sringeri. The Vidyashankara After going to these two sanctuaries, we will proceed with our drive to our last area for the day i.e. Horanadu. On achieving, check in at the lodging for an overnight sit tight.
Horanadu is situated in Chikmagalur region. It is without a doubt a position of enchanting regular scene. One of the significant attractions of the spot is its antiquated sanctuary of the goddess Annapoorneshwari which has been reestablished and renamed the Adi - Shaktyatmaka Shree Annapoorneshwari.
Day 05: Horanadu - Kalasa - Halebid - Belur – Bangalore
On the most recent day of the visit, we will eat in the morning and a while later, look at from the inn to leave for Bangalore. In transit, we will stop at Kalasa to visit the Kalaseshwara Temple and to see the brilliant Hoysala design at the sanctuaries of Belur and Halebid. From that point, we will proceed with our drive to Bangalore. On coming to, get immediate exchange to Bangalore railroad station/air terminal to load up train or flight for ahead adventure.
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