Monday, March 7, 2011

Neelavara Temple





Last week I visited the 'Mahisha Mardini Temple of Neelavara' for a family function. This temple is usually crowded during the last of monsoon season. 'Neelavara' means surronded by water. The river Seetha flows by this temple. It was total calm and peaceful here. Sharing few pics.

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  1. Sudhakrishna PeddintiJune 12, 2015 at 8:08 PM

    Looks like a wonderful location and temple :-)

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    1. Hi Sudhakrishna, the location is serene and calm with the river flowing by the temple. Small temple but very famous in Coastal Karnataka.

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    2. Hi Sudhakrishna, the location is serene and calm with the river flowing by the temple. Small temple but very famous in Coastal Karnataka.

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  2. hi can u tell the exact location n details of opening timings of temple etc...would like to know vidhya

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    1. It's approximately 20 Kms from Udupi, Coastal Karnataka. Temple opens around 8 in the morning and about 12:30 or something there is maha aarati . This aarthi is famous and people often visit for this maha pooja. Evening I think it closes around 8:30

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