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Kukke Subramanya is located in the village Subramanya, of Kadaba taluk in Dakshina Kannada district, In this temple Murugan is worshipped as Subramanya (lord of all serpents). The epics relate that the divine serpent Vasuki and other serpents found refuge under Subramanya when threatened by the Garuda. Kukke Subramanya is lapped in the luxurious abundance of the beauty of the nature with a sanctity which very few places can boast of. Nature reveals herself in all her unhidden beauty in the rivers, forests and mountains which the temples is surrounded by. It is about a 170 km from Mysuru. This kshetra is situated in the banks of the river ‘Dhara’ which originates in the Kumara mountain and proceeds to the western sea. The great Shiva Bhakta and Serpent king Vasuki was performing tapas for years in the Biladwara caves of Kukke Subrahmanya to avoid the attack of Garuda. Following Lord Shiva’s assurance Shanmuka gave darshan to Vasuki and blessed him that he would stay as his parama bhakta in this place forever. Hence the poojas offered to Vasuki or Nagaraja are nothing but the poojas to Lord Subrahmanya. People visit this temple year round to perform these Important Sevas. Made Made Snana, Beedhi Madesnana, Sarpasamskara, Naga Prathiste, Ashlesha Bali, Uruluseva.

An epitome of spirituality and religious significance, Sri Manjunatha Temple is one of the renowned holy sites in South India. This Shiva temple is located in the sacred town of Dharmasthala. The primary deity of the temple, Majunatheshwara, has taken the shivalinga form. Besides the chief deity, other idols like Dharma Devas and Shakti are also worshipped in the temple. It is also the abode of Lord Dharma’s four Guardian Spirits, Kanyakumari, Kalarkayi, Kalarahu, and Kumaraswamy.

While the temple is implored by Madhwa Brahmins or Vaishnava priests, the administration is run by Jain descendants. This 800-year old institution reflects the true essence of spirituality despite the cast and religious differences. Dharmasthala, or ‘the place of Dharma,’ is a sacred landmark visited by thousands of tourists all across the world.

Many festivals and annual events are held on the temple premises, attracting pilgrims from far and wide. Laksha Deepotsava or the Festival of Lights, and the Pattanajae Jatre are some of the major festivals celebrated in the temple. Besides this, significant festivals like Diwali, Navratri, and Ganesha Chaturthi are organised with great enthusiasm and spirit.

Devotees coming to visit the Shri Manjunatha Temple in Dharmasthala have to follow a set of principles or rules. Men are not allowed to enter the temple with half pants, and they are supposed to remove their shirts and vests as well. On the other hand, ladies are prohibited from wearing nighties in the temple. Children below two years of age are barred from entering the Sanctum Sanctorum.

The temple town of Dharmasthala is situated at a distance of 220 kilometres from the Mysuru. You can reach the town by road or by railways.

Shri Rama Kshetra is located on the shores of the Netravati river, at a distance of 3.5 km from the Shri Manjunath Temple. Simple yet elegant in its construction, this temple has marble idols of Lord Ram, Lord Lakshman, and Goddess Sita. Each year this temple is thronged by devotees who visit the temple to meditate or worship their revered deities. In addition to being a spiritual centre, the temple site has unparalleled natural beauty as well. The temple complex overlooks the mighty Western Ghats with the Netravati River in the backdrop.

Built in 2003, Ram Mandir was established by Nithyananda Swami who was a well-known spiritual leader and yoga guru. The temple houses 36 idols of its presiding deities in the two floors. The temple is adorned with pristine marble shrines of Lord Rama, Lakshmana and Goddess Sita and is embellished with subtle carvings. Ram Mandir witnesses a grand celebration every year on the occasion of Rama Navami. Rama Bhajana Saptaha is celebrated for seven days to celebrate this major Hindu festival.



Leave mysuru via somwarpet.

You will be reaching to Kushalanagar town & have breakfast.

After completing breakfast  leave to Bisle ghat via somwarpet.

Reach Bisle ghat and witness mesmerizing views from here.

Leave Bisle ghat to reach Kukke subramanya temple.

Reach kukke subramanya temple.

You can either choose to have Lunch at Hotel or have Prasada (lunch) from the temple.

Dharshana at temple and also you can do special seva in the temple.

Visit temples and spend time in Kukke subramanya.

You can either choose to have Dinner at Hotel or have Prasada (Dinner) from the temple.

After a wonderful day spent and completing dinner come back to hotel for a good night’s sleep.

Today start early towards Dharmasthala.

Reach Dharmasthala on time and have breakfast with coastal Karnataka authenticity.

After breakfast visit one of the most visited temples in karnataka “Dharmasthala manjunatha Temple”.

Take dharshana of manjunatha and get blessed.

You can either choose to have Lunch at Hotel or have Prasada (Lunch) from the temple.

After lunch next we will be visiting Sri rama Kshethra temple.

After visiting Sri rama Kshethra temple. We will depart towards Mysuru.

Have tea and snacks at Sakleshpura.

Reach back to Mysuru with loads of memories and blessings received.


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