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Kotitirtha is located in Gokarna. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Kotitirtha and many more Gokarna attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Gokarna family vacation planner.
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J'adore cet endroit, après des années et de nombreuses visites ,je ne m'en lasse pas... Selon le moment de la journée, l'ambiance y est très différente . Le matin , a l'heure des ablutions qui se term... read more »I love this place, after years and many visits, I can not get enough... Depending on the time of day, the atmosphere is very different. The morning hour of ablutions that end in toillette and laundry, it is very lively evening it's very quiet, very relaxing. At all times there are priests who do pujas (of the species of celebrations) requested by their "followers" for one reason or another, cows running casually around the basin to the research of waste left in their intention, saris drying in the wind... The hairdresser's at one of the corners of the basin is worth a visit.show original
very poorly maintained religious pond. algae growing unchecked. extremely dirty. not a pleasant sight.
Это большой водоем для омовений паломников, расположенный недалеко от храма Mahabaleswara Temple. Рядом с водой много небольших храмов и есть раздевалки. При нас желающих совершить омовения, правда, н... read more »This is a large body of water for ablutions pilgrims, located near the temple Mahabaleswara Temple. Next to the water a lot of small temples and changing rooms. When us wanting to ablution, however, was not. At the bottom of many sources, deep pond, so on the shore stand decals with a warning that every year drowning people (Indians almost do not know how to swim), does not become the next. The place is very calm and pacifying, past, like everywhere, there are cows.show original
Pilgrims start their Mahabaleshwar puja with a dip in the Koti Tirth. The small lake is well built with steps on all the four sides. There is a small Shiv Mandir at the center of the lake. During Mahabaleshwar Yatra, the lake is lit with oil diyas and it looks really beautiful.
Nice pond but not so clean
Gokarna is one of my favorite places in all of India and the Koti Tirtha is the not hidden, but certainly off-the-beaten track gem of the town. Lovely place.
Krishna Prasad Bhat
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