Udupi Sri Krishna Temple – Tourist Places & Attractions in Udupi

Udupi Sri krishna temple

Udupi Sri krishna temple, located in the state of Karnataka, is famous for the temple of Lord Krishna. This temple is associated with Hinduism. Krishna temple and food are very famous in Udupi. It gets its name from a simple tasty dish of the Madhav community, which is cooked to offer to God and this has been happening for centuries.

Udupi is located at a distance of 420 km from Bangalore. And Mangalore is located at a distance of about 54 kilometers. This temple is mainly famous and dedicated to Lord Krishna. It is believed. Udupi Krishnamath was founded by Saint Madhvacharya in the 13th century. Udupi cuisine was not limited to Karnataka, but was famous all over the country. His dosa is particularly famous.


Udupi Sri Krishna Temple

Udupi Sri krishna temple

According to local mythology, 27 stars of Hindu astrology married Moon. Immediately thereafter, the moon lost its luster. The moon and the stars formed a Lingam of Lord Shiva and worshiped him. And this gender still remains here in Udupi. This is how the city is named. Udu in Sanskrit means God and Pa means sitar.

Places to visit in Udupi are the beautiful beaches of Malpe and the Yellur Sri Vishweshwara Temple are other interesting places nearby.  All the cities of Udupi Pass are connected to major cities by rail and road.

Mangalore Airport is the nearest airport to Udupi. There are many hotels in Udupi for people to stay. Udupi is home to many handcrafted traditional toys, such as drum drums containing toys for children in Krishna temples.

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Tourist Attractions in Udupi Sri krishna temple

Krishna Temple:

A legend explains why the temple’s god faces the window rather than the entryway, as is the case with most temples. It is said that a dedicated follower from a community other than Brahmin was once barred from entering the premises, so he chose a window to catch a glimpse of the Lord. Since then, God has been on the lookout for such devotees.

The town of Malpe

The legendary Malpe Beach, Daria-Bahadurgad Fort on the nearby island of the same name, Temples of anantheshwara & BalaramaLord Krishna’s revered elder brother – and the other three islands that surround Malpe, including Kari-Illada-Kallu, Daria-Gadara-Kalluthe, and St. Mary’s Island, making this area of Udupi Sub.

Udupi Sri krishna temple

Chandramouleshwara Temple

The legend of Daksha’s Curse on Moon, Moon indulging in self-mortification, and Lord Shiva blessing him is associated with the Chandramouleshwara Temple. This temple attests to many of these events in religious history. All rituals begin with such a visit to the Krishna Temple in Udupi as Aajya (meaning ‘Grandfather‘).

Best Time to Visit Udupi Temple

Best time to visit Udupi is December-February. These winter months are good and comfortable.
The time to visit the Udupi temple is at 5:30 in the morning.
The worship and unique feature of the temple is that the deity is worshiped with the nine-hole Navagraha (Navagraha Kindi).

How to Visit Udupi Sri krishna temple

By Road: The roads adjacent to Udupi make the journey of National Highway 66 and National Highway 17 to Udupi easier. These highways connect Udupi to local sites within the state including karkala, Dharmasthala Shivamogga & Srihari. Buses are available as local transportation.

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By Rail: The Udupi station is connected to the Konkan Railway. Direct trains from cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Rajkot & Ahmedabad are available here. On the way north from Udupi, the nearest station is Kundpura railway station.

By Air: Mangalore Airport is the nearest airport to Udupi. And it is almost 50 kilometers from Udupi.

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