Western Ghats Temple Tour is a once in a life-time divine tour which covers major temples and hill-stations across Karnataka’s evergreen mountains. Come and see the serpent god Kukke Subramanya, seek nourishment at Horanadu Annapoorneshwari, gain wisdom at Sringeri Sharadamba and get blessings of Dharmasthala Manjunatha. Come and explore this hilly region and get blessed!
Sringeri Sharadamba Temple: It is a common faith that by worshiping Sharadamba here, one can receive blessings of Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu along with Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. The ritual of Aksharabhyasa performed here is considered to be sacred and fulfilling. The parents of kids in the age of 2-5 are given a slate and chalk or alternatively, a plate of rice on which they pray to Goddess Saraswati and the Guru to impart good knowledge and education to their children.
Horanadu Annapoorneshwari Temple: Sri Annapoorneshwari is the Goddess of food and nourishment. It is believed that one who prays to the deity with conviction will never face any food scarcity in his or her life.
Dharmasthala Manjunatha Temple: Among the lush greenery of the Malnad Mountains, lies the symbol of religious harmony and charity, that is the Sri Manjunathaswamy Temple in Dharmasthala. The Temple has presiding deities belonging to both the Hindu and the Jain community. The word “Dharamasthala” means “the place where the Truth or righteousness resides (Dharma meaning the truth and Sthala meaning the place of stay)”. Hence, the place signifies the abode of “Dharma” or truth and justice.
Kukke Subramanya Temple: Thousands of pilgrims visit the Kukke Subramanya Temple to perform the Ashlesha Bali Pooja and the Sarpa Dosha Pooja from all over the country. Lord Subrahmanya is considered as the protector from the Kaalsarpa dosha and the Sarpa Dosha.
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