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Karnataka >> Udupi

Udupi


Location
50 km from Mangalore
Temperature
34 c at Summer/ 28 c at Winter
Latitude : 13.332320    Longitude : 74.746048

Language : Kannada,Hindi,English
Udupi is a town and the headquarters of the Udupi District in the Indian state of Karnataka. Udupi is famous for the Krishna temple located here. It also lends its name to the Udupi cuisine which is famous across the world.It is widely believed that the name of Udupi was derived from its Tulu name Odipu.
Marwanthe
Marwanthe
Marawanthe, a seaside town where the West Coast Highway cruises alongside the Arabian Sea on one side, with the picturesque Kodachadri Hills forming a backdrop to the Sauparnika river on the other. Marawanthe wears the look of a fairyland at sunset when the sky turns crimson and the golden rays of the sun are reflected in the sea as well as the river. Water sports promise an action-filled holiday. It is 52 km from Udupi.
Mookambiga temple
Mookambiga temple - Goddess - Mookambigai
Mookambika Temple is one of the seven most sacred spots of the coastal region.It is dedicated to the goddess of emotional power and strength. The temple has a gold plated crest and copper roofs. Adi Shankaracharya, the great philosopher, is said to have visited this temple to perform penance.
St Mary's Island
St Mary's Island
Another delightful getaway right across from Malpe Harbour, is only a 30-minute boat ride away. The island is 300m long and 100m wide and has a few palm trees. The unique basalt rock formations here jut out of the Arabian Sea to break into startlingly myriad shapes. Vasco da Gama is said to have placed a cross here in the 15th century.
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