Pilgrimage


South- Westren Temples (5Night/6Days) - Pilgrimage 15000 / Head

Hornadu, Dharmasthala, Kukke Subramanya, Gokarna, Murudeshwara, Belur, Halebidu and Mysore.


  Duration - 6  DAYS PACKAGE

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   DAY1 - Bangalore-ISKON-SriRangapatna(130Kms)-Mysore(30Kms)

Welcome to Garden city, drive to hotel fresh up later visit ISKON Temple. and depart Bangalore procced to Srirangapatana (130Kms) the hallowed capital of Tipu Sultan (often called as Tiger of Mysore). This tiny sleepy suburb of Mysore is a place of legends and history. River Cauvery divides itself before reaching this island town and the tributaries meet again about three miles downstream.

   DAY2 - Mysore- Shravanbelgola (120Kms)-Hassan(70Kms)

After breakfast visit to St.Philomenas Church at Mysore. This beautiful Cathedral was built in 1956 and is one of the largest churches in the country. Visit Mysore Palace, Once the residence of the Wodeyars, this structure is one of the largest of its kind in India. Built in 1912 in the Indo Saracenic style, this place excludes a grandeur that is unmatched. Have lunch and proceed to Shravanbelgola.

Shravanbelgola, a prominent Jain pilgrimage centre in Hassan district. Is home to Asia largestmonolithic statue of first Jain sage Lord Gommateshwara Bahubali. After visiting Lord Gomateshwara statue drive to Hassan (120 Kms) Overnight at Hotel.

   DAY3 - Hassan-Halebedu(40 Kms)-Belur(20 Kms)-Dharmastala(100Kms)

Have breakfast and proceed Halebedu. The temples of Halebedu like those of Belur, bear mute testimony to the rich, cultural heritage of Karnataka. The Hoysaleswara Temple, dating back to the 12th century, is astounding for its wealth of sculpture details. The walls of the temple are covered with an endless variety of gods and goddess, animals, birds and dancing girls. Yet no two facets of the temple are the same. This magnificent temple-guarded by a Nandi Bull-was never completed, despite 86 years of labour. Drive to Belur.

Belur is famous for its ancient exquisite temples. The Chennakeshava Temple being the finest example of the Hoyasala architecture which took 103 years to complete. The façade of the temple is filled with intricate sculptures and friezes with no portion left blank. Elephants, episodes from the epics, sensuous dancers.they are all there-awe inspiring in their intricate workmanship.

Drive to Dharmastala.The word "Dharma" traditionally means religion, ritual, duty, righteousness, and alms. It also implies justice, truthfulness, freedom from fear, faith, solace, fulfillment and peace.

Dharmasthala is the perfect embodiment of the word "Dharma" for it displays every shade of meaning with which the word is imbued. Average 10,000/- devotees visit this Sacred place daily... Early in the Morning take a dip at scared river netravathi, later check out the hotel have darshan of Lord Manjunatha followed by free food at Dharmastala Temple for which the ShreeKshethra is very famous for. Overnight at Hotel.

   DAY4 - Dharmasthala-Hornadu(90 Kms)-Sringeri(80 Kms)

After having early breakfast proceed for Hornadu.

Enroute visit Kalaseshwara Temple at Kalasa. Dedicated to Lord Shiva this temple is often called Kasi of South due to its significance and holiness, drive to Hornadu.( 10 Kms)

Like all temples of Karnataka Hornadu Annapoorneshwari Temple is also located at one of the most scenic place, surrounded by the natural vegetation, green lands and forest of Western Ghats. The name Annapoorneshwari means "God Of Food-Feeding one and all". All who visit this temple are provided with breakfast, lunch and dinner. Temple here on the Banks of river Bhadra in a remote corner Western ghats was established by "Sri Agastya Maharishi" several centuries back… Offer prayers and depart to visit Annapoorneshwari Temple, have a nice Darshan followed by lunch (Annaprasadam) at temple. Relax for a while and proceed to Sringeri (80 Kms).

Sringeri is one of the most celebrated pilgrimage centers in Karnataka, which is located amidst the Western ghats on banks of river Tunga.. "Jagthguru Sri Adi Shankaracharya" established it in 8th Century to spread Hinduism and preach Advaita…. If interested take a dip in scared river Tunga. And visit Srigeri Sharada Peetha Temple. Once getting the blessings of Sharadamba (Goddess Of wisdom) and explore the temple premises offering prayers to other deities. And proceed to Udupi(90 Kms) Overnight at hotel.

   DAY5 - Sringeri-Udupi(90 Kms)- Murudeswara(110Kms)

Have breakfast and drive to Udupi via Agumbe. Agumbe ( often called as Cherapunjji of South India).

Udupi has world famous Sri Krishna Temple established in the 13th century by the great Sanskrit philosopher, Madhavacharya. The temple attracts pilgrims from all over India and is also a centre for the Dvaita philosophy. Legend has it that once Kanakadasa, a worshipper who was so pious and devoted to Lord Krishna was not allowed entry into the temple. It didnt upset him, but instead made him pray with intense devotion. Lord Krishna was so pleased to allow the disciple to gaze upon his heavenly form through a small window at the back of the mutt (monastery). Till today, devotees still worship Lord Krishna by praying through the same window that Kanakadasa was blessed with a view. have darshan followed by delicious dinner at temple premises. Have darshan followed by delicious Lunch at temple premises. Later Proceed to Murudeshwar (110 Kms).

Murudeshwar temple is unique as it is related to ramayan, One piece of Atmalinga fell here when Ravana the demon king tried to pull the ling out of the ground. This temple is built on theKanduka Hill which is surrounded on three sides by the waters of the Arabian Sea. It is a temple dedicated to the Lord Shiva, Has an 20-storied 269 feet Gopura considered to be the tallest Gopura and Huge Statue Of Laord Shiva. Explore the temple and spend some time at beautiful Murudeshwar beach. Overnight at hotel.

   DAY6 - Murudeshwara-Gokarna (75 Kms)-Later drive to back to Bangalore

Early morning checkout hotel and head towards Gokarna. (If interested visit Idagunji Ganesha temple (20Kms) which comes in between).

Gokarna Shiva temple is said to be next in sanctity only to the Vishwanath Siva Temple in Varanasi. It is often called the Kashi of the South. Hindus come here to perform the death rites for departed ancestors. Tradition states that Lord Rudra (another name for Siva) was sent to Patalaloka by Brahma to undergo penance. He eventually returned through the ear of Mother Earth and blessed her with the name of Gokarna(go, "cow"; karna "ear"). Thus this place served Rudra as a womb. It is also known as Rudra Yoni and Adi Gokarna. Take blessings of Lord Shiva at Gokarna which houses the atmalinga. Other than temples, Gokarna is also a holiday destination having few awesome beaches. Later drive to back to Bangalore .


Hotel Details See the Details of the Hotel & Price

  Standard Hotel - (Budget Hotel)   15000 /-

  Luxury Hotel - (2 Star or 3 Star Hotel)   20000 /-

  Premium Hotel - (4 Star or 5 Star Hotel)   26000 /-


IMPORTANT NOTE

-Package starts and ends at Bangalore..

-Same package can be customized accordingto your requirement.


Cost includes:

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis as per the tour itinerary or similar.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Transport and Sightseeing as per the itinerary in A/C Totoyo Etios Liva with driver, parking and toll charges.
  • Any future levies will be charged extra.

Cost does not include:

  • Meals which are not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Any upgradation in the room category.
  • Entrance Fees of all the Sight Seeing, Guide charges.
  • Expenses of personal nature.
  • Any other expenses incurred beyond our control like road closure, landslides, political disturbances etc.
  • Extra cost incurred due to illness, accident, hospitalization or any Individual unforeseen cost incurring incidence.
  • Any items not mentioned in included column .

NOTE:Tariff subject to change without prior notice.


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