Sringeri Temple Tour Package
Sringeri is a lovely town in South India. It is a site having antiquated significance according to the legend, Adi Shankaracharya is accepted to have chosen this spot to stay and show his followers. There are a few excellent sanctuaries worked in this district having a sheer place as far as religious noteworthiness. There are a few notable sanctuaries situated in Sringeri and places adjacent.
This 02 Nights and 03 Days schedule is an impeccable otherworldly visit bundle to investigate the Sringeri Temples alongside a few other religiously and verifiably basic hallowed places. The significant destinations secured in this travel bundle are Belur, Hiremagalur, Sringeri, Kigga, Hariharapur, Shakatapuram, Halebid, and Belavadi. The significant highlights of this trek are going to Chennakesava Temple, Kodandarama Temple, Shringeshwara Temple, Adi Shankaracharya Sharada Lakshmi Narasimha Peeta, and a great deal more. This visit takes the voyagers to delightful universe of engaging engineering and tranquil universe of absolute quietness.
Day 01: Bangalore - Belur - Hiremagalur – Sringeri
On landing in Bangalore air terminal/railroad station at a young hour in the morning, meet our agent who will take you to Sringeri by street. In transit, we will stop at Belur to visit its acclaimed antiquated sanctuary. A while later, we will go to Hiremagalur situated close Chikmagalur region. Here, we will visit the mainstream Kodandarama Temple. Subsequent to offering supplications at the Kodandarama Temple, we will proceed with our drive to Sringeri. On achieving, check in at the pre-booked lodging and rest for quite a while. From there on, we will leave to visit Vidyashankara Temple and Sri Sharada Temple.
Sringeri is a well known town situated in Karnataka state in India. It is known for its sanctuary Dakshinamnaya Sringeri Sharada Peetam that is one of the four Hindu Advaita mutts built up by Jagadguru Sri Adi Shankaracharya.
Belur is a town that lies in Karnataka state and is recognized for its Chennakeshava sanctuary. The Chennakeshava Temple at Belur is one of the incomparable case of Hoysala engineering. The Chennakesava Temple (Vishnu) as the middle piece encompassed by the Kappe Chennigraya sanctuary worked by ruler of lord Vishnuvardhana, Shantaladevi, is one of the real fascination of Chennakeshava sanctuary complex.
Hiremagalur is another well known town of Karnataka renowned for its Kodandarama Temple that depicts Rama, his consort Sita, and sibling Lakshmana, as they would have showed up according to a Hindu wedding parade, with Sita to one side of Rama.
Day 02: Sringeri - Kigga - Hariharapur - Shakatapuram – Sringeri
In the morning after breakfast, we will leave to visit the celebrated sanctuaries around Sringeri. We will begin our day visit with a visit to Kigga. Arranged around 9 km from Sringeri, Kigga is a little town that is known for its Rishya Shringeshwara sanctuary (Rishya Shringa). In the wake of offering supplications in Rishya Shringa sanctuary, we will head towards Hariharapura, a journey focus settled in the Koppa Taluk. The Adi Shankaracharya Sharada Lakshmi Narasimha Peeta, a Mutt of Goddess Sharadamba situated on the banks of Tunga River is the real fascination of Hariharapura. From that point, we will continue to Shakatapuram, an awesome spot lies on the banks of Tunga River. Here, we will visit a 600 year old mutt known by name Shri Vidya Peetam. Later, we will retun back to our lodging in Sringeri for an agreeable overnight sit tight.
Day 03: Sringeri - Halebid - Belavadi – Bangalore
On the most recent day after breakfast in the morning, we will look at from our lodging in Sringeri and drive to Bangalore. In transit, we will stop to visit the awesome Hoysala design at the sanctuaries of Halebid and Belavadi. A while later, we will proceed with our drive to Bangalore. On entry, get immediate exchange to Bangalore air terminal/railroad station to catch flight or prepare for forward voyage.
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