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Tourist places to visit in and around Kundapura
Kundapura is one of the important tourist places of Karnataka state. Kundapura is popular tourist spot because of the scenic beauty and superb Beaches located in the town.
The Kundapura taluk is dotted with many tourist attractions. The following are few important tourist places and beaches to visit in Kundapura Taluk.
Places to see in and around Kundapura.
Sri Kundeshwara Temple: Built by Alupa king Kundavarma, Sri Kundeshwara Temple is the main attractions of Kundapura Town. The temple lies in the vicinity of the Panchagangavali River.
Pete Venkateshwara Temple: Apart from Kundeshwara Temple, Kundapura also house Pete Venkateshwara Temple dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara.
Basrur: Basrur ia an historical place and houses many historical structures and temples. The main attraction of Basrur is Shree Mahatobar Mahalingeshwara Temple and Sri Mahalasa Narayani temple.
Anegudde Sri Vinayaka Temple: Anegudde is famous for Sri Vinayaka Temple. This is very old temple. The place gets its name as Anegudde because Lord Ganapathi is located on a small hillock.
Kodi Beach: Kodi beach is a wonderful beach located at a distance of 4 Km from Kundapura.
Ottinene: Ottinene is one of the important tourist attractions especially to view the spectacular sunset.
Maravanthe: Maravanthe is a picturesque beach destination located on Natioanl Highway NH-17 between Kundapur and Byndoor.
Kirimanjeshwara: The main attraction of this place is popular Kirimanjeshwara Temple located in the middle of beautiful surroundings.
Kollur Mookambika Temple: Kollur is one of the important pilgrim centers of Karnataka stat. A temple dedicated to Goddess Mookambika is the main attraction of Kollur. The idol of Goddess was installed by Sri Adi Shankara.
Kumbhashi: Kumbhashi is the very first holy place on the north of Udupi located. The place is also regarded as Gauthama Kshetra. Harihara temple is main attraction of Kumbhashi.
Kamalashile: Kamalashile is beautiful place located on the banks of River Kubja. An ancient temple dedicated to Goddess Brahmi Durga Parameshwari is the main attraction of Kamalashile.
Shankaranarayana: The place is considered as one of the Seven holy places created by Lord Parashurama. Shankaranarayana is one of the rare temples where we can see the confluence of Lord Shiva (Shankara) and Lord Vishnu (Narayana).
Hattiangadi: Hattiangadi is a village in Kundapura taluk. The village is famous for Siddivinayaka temple.
Koteshwara: The main attraction of Koteshwara is Kotinatha or Kotilingeshwara temple. The other small shrines of Koteshwara are Ganapati, Subramanya, Mahishasuramardini, Jyeshtha-Lakshmi, Gopalakrishna, Saptamatrikas.
Uppinakudru: Uppinakudru literally means 'Island of Salt'. This beautiful village situated on coastal Karnataka was once popular for trading of Salt and Sea food. Lord Gopala Krishna Temple, Lord Vasudeva Temple, Siddi Vinayaka Temple and Lord Lakshminarayana Mutt are the major attractions of Uppinakudru.
Hoovinakere: Hoovinakere is a small village and birth place of popular sage Vadiraja of Dwaitha Philosophy.
Maranakatte: Maranakatte is located about 16 Km from Kundapura on the way towards Kollur. It is believed that Goddess Mookambika performed a Marana homa after killing demon Mookasura at this place and hence the name Maranakatte. The main attraction of this place is attractive temple dedicated to Lord Brahmalingeshwara.
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