Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

Karnataka has about 34,000 temples and Bangalore alone has over 1,000 temples. Few of these are very ancient and pujas are no longer performed because they are under the care of the archaeology department. Book online cabs and explore Karnataka, The coastline of Karnataka is known for fantastic shorelines and religious spots. Among them, the six Ganesha temples in this extended part of the seaside which are viewed as exceptionally holy and incredible. A prevalent view says that enthusiasts need to cover every temple of Lord Ganesha in one day to increase exceptional endowments from Ganesha. | Ganesha Temples in Karnataka |

Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

5 Must visit Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

Madhur Temple

Madhur is a little town close to Kasaragode on the Kerala-Karnataka fringe. Initially, it worked as a place of worship for Lord Shiva. However, later it turned out to be progressively renowned for the Ganesha holy place. The Madhur Temple or Madhananteshwara Siddhi Vinayaka Temple is viewed as a position of supernatural occurrences. Henceforth, it ended up one of the mainstream sanctuaries in North Kerala.

Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

Sharavu Mahaganapathi Temple

Sharavu Mahaganapathi Temple is one of the acclaimed sanctuaries in Mangalore. Now you can travel to Mangalore by outstation cabs from Bangalore to Mangalore with AHA Taxis. Legend says that it was sculptured by King Vira Narasimha Bangaraja (King of Tulu Nadu). Lord Ganesha here is said to be a  swayambhu (self-showed), god. Today, it is situated at the core of the port city and is accepted to be an amazing holy place.

Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

Anegudde Sri Vinayaka Temple

Anegudde is a town in the waterfront town of Kundapura. Whimsically, it got the name as Kumbashi. From now on, Anegudde Temple is in like manner called Kumbashi Vinayaka Temple. Here the standard god Ganesha is a swayambu and it is said to have molded out of a stone. Anegudde means elephant (Aane) hillock (Gudde) and it is the abode of the elephant god, Sri Vinayaka. Sri Vadiraja Yathi, in his Theertha Prabandha epic, said that when drought hit this area sage Agasthya came here to perform yajna to please the rain god.

Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

Hattiangadi Siddhi Vinayaka Temple

Hattiangadi is an inquisitive town in Udupi territory, travel Udupi to Kamta by Cab through AHA Taxis. The Siddhi Vinayaka Temple at Hattiangadi was operated in the midst of the standard platform of Alupa Kings. The stone edamuri (trunk towards the left side) image of Ganesha was like manner presented in the midst of their time. Hattiangadi is one of the superb spots orchestrated on the banks of Varahi River. Sri Siddivinayaka temple of Hattianagadi dates back to the 8th century. It is located in the northern bank of the river Varahi. The idol of Sri Siddivinayaka is 2.5 ft high and is carved of a Saligrama stone.

Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

Idagunji Vinayaka Temple

Idagunji Vinayaka Temple has a history of more than 1000 years. This quaint village of Idagunji is believed to be a place of miracles, travel with AHA Taxis in The locals, as well as people from neighboring places, have a great belief in the power of Idagunji Ganesha. The great saints and Heavenly beings chanted the hymns in praise of Lord Ganapathi. Ganapathi, magnificently attired, was holding “Modhaka” and “The Padma” in his hands.

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Ganesha Temples in Karnataka

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Roshan Dibya Ranjan

Hi! I’m Roshan. I started my travels without any plans to unknown destinations. I always believe that ‘We live only once’. So I try to make most of my life by traveling around the world. travel and photography is just an integral part of my life. For me, as a photographer ‘Every face has a story to tell’.

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