Kadri Manjunath Temple, Mangalore
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
One of the oldest shrines in South India, Kadri Manjunath Temple features spectacularly diverse scenery. At the back of this colorful temple, a natural spring on an elevated platform drops water into nine ponds of different sizes, where devotees bathe before entering. Originally built between the 10th and 11th centuries as Buddhist temple, the complex was converted into a Hindu shrine by the 13th century, featuring numerous statues of deities. Set in the rural Kadri Hills some 4 km (2.6 mi) away from the densely populated Mangalore, the ancient site offers a picturesque scene of natural beauty. Use our Mangalore travel itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Kadri Manjunath Temple and other attractions in Mangalore.
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Very old and serene temple with beautiful surroundings and a peaceful place for people to spend their evenings in a divine way.
Nice temple, Holy water flow out of a small tunnel called Bhagirathi Teertha. There is a cave situated on the hill top and on the way of the hill top there is big Hanuman idol is there. There is seven... read more »
the place is best during the dasara festival. dasara will be celebrated in very grand and the plays will be done.
Good place to visit. This place has a unique history. Visit, check the temple's pond. Questions will automatically arrive.
Rajesh B K
Damn near to my home. Awsome location.
Mind blowing power full
Very peaceful place .. Om Namah Shivay《》
Om namha shivaya
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