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“lord shiva” (28 reviews)
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Kadri, Mangalore, India
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Reviewed 3 days ago

It seems to be a huge complex. We had Darshan of Lord Shiva in the evening.With a well-maintained premises,quiet surroundings,the temple is a gem. There is a car park outside&the usual mix of shops& restaurants.

Thank Xenajay
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is one of the oldest Shiva temple, with huge premises. The place is kept neat and clean.Peaceful atmosphere and sacred place

Thank kasanadivenkatesha
Reviewed 6 days ago

Old temples, very divine experience. Beautiful carvings. Looks pretty in evening with all lamps lit up

Thank pinkorocks
Reviewed 1 week ago

This temple history goes back to mythology when Lord Parashuram's penance brought Lord Shiva here. Its a serene and spiritually powerful 'lingam'. Aarti is beautifully conducted and the premise is kept clean by the management. Also, this temple serves afternoon food to one and all...More

Thank AvniGor
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Kadri Manjunath Temple is a shiva temple. Footwear, luggage and other things can be kept outside the temple and is reliable. Inside there are many diety main being the Shiva. There is water continuously flowing which is said to sacred with medicinal value. Serene place...More

Thank Shreekrish
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It's a religious historical place. Very ancient bronze statue of Shiva and giant Hanumana statue are there. Natural holy spring comes out from "Gomukha" and there are five "kunda" for holy bath. Many rituals/Pooja were going on. A sacred place to visit.

Thank Bipin B
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Last temple on day one of our Mangalore temple route trip. Not to be mixed up with Dharmasthala Manjunatha. Situated on a hillock, very picturesque location, serene surroundings , no rush push, peaceful darshan. First experience of sharing annaprasadam with the devotees. Very humbling. Om...More

Thank m0ney999
Reviewed 14 October 2017 via mobile

This is a temple where waterponds are 15 ft above the temple floor. In ganapathy temple there is a contineius flow of water throughout a year, even then no extra water in the temple floor.

Thank kevalk80
Reviewed 13 October 2017

Do not miss the bhagirathi theetham,and the seven ponds on top of the hill,also climb up the hill to visit the caves during day time, some of the ponds have snakes swimming in it but the locals dont bother, they also swim freely with the...More

Thank PonmalaiGanapathy
Reviewed 9 October 2017

We visited this temple in late evening / night, and hence, there was no crowd as such. It is a very large temple with good amenities.

Thank saxenatushar
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Shivuhullurappa
22 December 2015|
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Response from Amrish S | Reviewed this property |
Manorama Hotel is a good and budget hotel. It is in market area. Temple is about 3-4 kms. from here.
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rama218
18 August 2015|
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Response from kaushalkishore76 | Reviewed this property |
It is happening, pl. Contact Temple admin.
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