It is almost 2-3 KM away from the City Bus Stand and Mangalore Central Railway Station.
The temple has renovated recently and the temple is becoming famous now. Dasra(Navrathri) is the festival season here. The night view of the temple is very beautiful as there will be more lights and water fountain. I could not manage 360° on the first day I went as there was 3 marriage functions in the evening and it was crowded. One week later I went there and managed to take two 360° Panoramas
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Udupi is a town in Udupi district in Karnataka, India. It is 50KM away from Mangalore, towards North side on NH17.
Volvo and express buses are avail from Mangalore City Bus stand and KSRTC bus stand frequently. Bus which goes to Manipal and Kollur, will also go to Udupi. The volvo fare is 60Rs and express fare is 39Rs.
Mangalore > Surathkal > Mulki > Uchila > Udupi
I’ve started journey at 9AM from Mangalore City Bus Stand. I got down at the entrance of Udupi town on NH17 at 10:20AM. There is a big gate to welcome(Swagatha Gopura) and written in Sanskrit there,
“जगद्गुरु श्रीमध्वाचार्यप्रतिष्ठापितश्रीकृष्णक्षेत्रम्र रजतपीठगोपुरम् UDUPI(English)”.Read more
Pavoor Uliya, a small and beautiful Island in the river Nethravathi, 12KM far from the Mangalore city on NH48 near the Sahyadri college at Adyar. The bus took 20 minutes to reach Adyar, then walk for 1KM to reach the river side.
Local buses and express buses are available from City Bus stand(state bank).
The 1KM wide island divide the river into two for 3KM in lenght. The river part flowing through the South-East side of Island is the wider one. But the sand mining on the other side seems like, it will be wider in next few years. The 3/4 part of the Island is sand.
(If politics and money is there with you, then what is there in doing such things now!)
See the panoramaic picture below. (To see it enlarge, click on it)