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Manjuguni Lord Venkataramana Temple

Manjuguni is one of the popular pilgrim centers located in the Uttara Kannada (North Canara) district of Karnataka state. The temple here is dedicated to Lord Venkataramana and Goddess Padmavathi. Devotees believe that, Manjuguni is called as Tirupati of karnataka.

The temple is situated in western ghat belt, popularly known as Sahyadri hills. During winter, this place is covered by thick fog and hence it is called by the name "Manjuguni". The temple of Lord Venkatramana is a huge complex built in Vijayanagara Style.

Distances from Manjuguni:
1. Kumta: 35 Kms
2. Sirsi: 26 Kms
3. Gokarna: 55 Kms
4. Idagunji Shri Mahaganapathi Temple: 74 Kms
5. Murudeshwara: 90 Kms
6. Jog Falls: 65 Kms
7. Hubli: 130 Kms
8. Panjim (Goa): 195 Kms
9. Mangalore: 250 Kms

Nearest Rail station:
1. Kumta
2. Hubli

Nearest Airport:
1. Panjim
2. Mangalore

Where to stay:
It is suggested to stay at Sirsi or Kumta.

Postal Address:
Shri Venkataramana Temple
Shri Kshetra Manjuguni
Sirsi, Uttara Kannada District
Karnataka, INDIA
Pin-code: 581 315





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