Udyavara
Udyavara, Udayapura, Alupas, Udupi, Siddivinayaka temple, Durgaparameshwari temple, Shambushaileshwara temple, Mangalore
Udyavara, Udayapura, Alupas, Udupi, Siddivinayaka temple, Durgaparameshwari temple, Shambushaileshwara temple, Mangalore
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Udyavara


Udyavara, a village located in the outskirts of Udupi at a distance of 5 km south of Udupi and to the north of the Udyavara river.

Udyavara was formerly called Udayapura. It was the capital of the Alupas. Many inscriptions are found here. The Udyavara River flows through here, forming small islets.

The main attractions of Udyavara are the palace and fort area, which is famous for two walls. The inner one encloses a palace and the outer one consists of temples and business establishments.

The important temples of Udyavara are Siddivinayaka temple, Durgaparameshwari temple and the Shambushaileshwara temple.


How to get there

Nearest Airport: Mangalore

Nearest Railhead: Udupi

Roads: Udyavara is well connected by roads. National highway (NH-17) passes through this village.




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