Omkareshwara Temple, Kodagu (Coorg)
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Enjoy tranquility of a sanctuary built over a pool at Omkareshwara Temple, a small Hindu temple built on the banks of Narmada River. Originally built in mid-18th century, the current structure has a mixture of neo-Gothic and an Islamic-style with a gilt dome surrounded by four turrets resembling minarets with the main building painted white with stark red lining. One of the 12 revered Jyotirling temples, this place is a popular pilgrimage site. A pool behind the temple, abundant with fish and frequented by ducks and herons, make this place a good spot for family visit. Use our Kodagu (Coorg) trip itinerary builder to arrange your visit to Omkareshwara Temple and other attractions in Kodagu (Coorg).
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This is a beautiful temple that is house to a lingam brought from Kashi by a King in 1820. One can have peaceful darshan of this place and it is neither a hustle bustle nor pompous. Beautiful and calm... read more »
Nice place, easy to access, Sivan, Murugan and Pillaiyar idols are kept and no restrictions on photos.
The visit to this temple come as part of your Coorg Tour. It is very old temple but the style is somewhat different than other temples in India. The main temple has a Shivaling. ( No photography is al... read more »
Chandra kanth chandu
Peaceful and good. The temple us very spacious
Nice ..place..... Kanakanapalya kannadiga Kirankumar kuruba's
Silent yet beautiful. No cams allowed inside. They have huge fish in the tank and several ducks.
Nothing great or special, but this place has a sense of serenity which you don't find else where. You need to see this is your every go to Madikeri.
Nice temple in cool environment
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